Responsible Gaming shares the idea of responsible gaming:

•    Gamble only what you can afford to lose, do not spare money for everyday expenses
•    Decide how much you are going to spend and how high your losses can be, follow this decision
•    Don’t chase losses (it’s normal to lose, after all, this is why it’s called gambling!)
•    Set a time limit for your gambling activities, take regular breaks
•    Don’t play if you are feeling down
•    Don’t play if you’re feeling sleepy
•    Use the tools provided by many gambling operators: Customer-Led Deposit Limits – let you control the amount you deposit into your account; Self-Exclusion Tools – you can set a period of time in which you are not able to log in to your account

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Legal notes

You must be at least 18 years old to gamble, or the legal gambling age where you live. This is the age at which a person enters into full adult legal rights and responsibilities, in most countries it is 18, 20 or 21. Please, ensure you are of the right age before playing poker for real money.

Protect minors (your kids, little brothers and sisters, etc.) by keeping your account information safe. If necessary use child protection software that enables you to restrict gaming sites.

Do you need to control your gambling or gaming?

Check up a few tests to learn the answer:

•    BetCheck test
•    HealthyPlace test
•    On-Line Gamers Anonymous test

You can also consult your trusted friends, relatives and the loved ones.

Say No to Gaming Addiction

We hope you never face gaming addiction problems. But if you or your loved ones do, remember – you are not alone. Check the following Web sites, they can provide help or advice.

Gamblers Anonymous

National Center for Responsible Gaming (NCRG) is an American nonprofit group, that funds scientific research on gambling addiction.

The Institute for Research on Gambling Disorders is an independent program of the NCRG charged with administering a competitive research grants program, and conducting public awareness and education about gambling disorders.

On-Line Gamers Anonymous (OLGA) is a twelve-step program for recovery from video game addiction.

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