Once again-cant cashout!

Solveit

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Jan 16, 2010
Location
Sweden
After winning $11000 at Club World Casinos i just have $3000 left...

:axeman2:


Just no meaning to play this stupid games when you are addicted!
I cant stop playing!

Someone sad on this forum that, if everyone cashed out out after winning
$50, then no online casino would survive!

So, they live at us who are addicted!

If there is an devil he is here!

Anyway, i cashout this $3000 and try to take an serios mind about online slots.

Ulf
 

SlotMonster

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After winning $11000 at Club World Casinos i just have $3000 left...

:axeman2:


Just no meaning to play this stupid games when you are addicted!
I cant stop playing!

Someone sad on this forum that, if everyone cashed out out after winning
$50, then no online casino would survive!

So, they live at us who are addicted!

If there is an devil he is here!

Anyway, i cashout this $3000 and try to take an serios mind about online slots.

Ulf

Hello, Ulf
I'd suggest you to take a looong break and stop playing online casinos for at leas one month or so. Just relax, find another hobby or spend more time with your family! Life is a wonderful thing. :)
I also would like you to read my own "Responsible Gambling Rules" and hope you'll find it useful
http://www.casinomeister.com/forums...wn-responsible-gambling-rules.html#post252006

Good luck!
 

Solveit

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Location
Sweden
Thanks Slotmonster for your kind support.
I read your Responsible Gambling Rules and its good rules.
Anyway i dont believe in playing rules.
I think its just to quit right away for me.
Its the trigger with the free spins that caught me to the online casinos.
And you dont see the REAL money in it!
Its just fictive!
Internet and a computer with the possibilty to transfer money in real time
is an perfect way to get thoose people like me to get hooked.

"Soon the free spinns come, just one more spin,soon it comes"

And there it goes...forever.
 

anniemac

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I'm not real sure that the OP would have asked for a flush. The message I got was that he just couldn't stop playing. Since I have been there and done that, I can sympathize. However, CW has always flushed withdrawals when I asked them too. You just have to be willing to stop and ask.

You are always saying just one more spin and the big hit will come, just one more. Yep, been there, done that. Don't kick yourself.

Take a break.
 

Solveit

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Joined
Jan 16, 2010
Location
Sweden
I asked Club World Casinos Live support to flush my account but the only
answer i got was just to withdraw and set it to pending.

Thanks for that...

Not a single cent to Club World Casinos from me now!
 

Wildfire7

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Joined
Apr 9, 2006
Location
UK
After winning $11000 at Club World Casinos i just have $3000 left...

:axeman2:


Just no meaning to play this stupid games when you are addicted!
I cant stop playing!

Someone sad on this forum that, if everyone cashed out out after winning
$50, then no online casino would survive!

So, they live at us who are addicted!

If there is an devil he is here!

Anyway, i cashout this $3000 and try to take an serios mind about online slots.

Ulf

It is very rare for somebody addicted to gambling to quit after a substantial win. As if you are winning then you have no reason to stop.
But if you are serious about quitting then you need to close all those casino accounts by self exclusion. Then look for new hobbys that will take your mind away from gambling.

Mike
 

Solveit

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It is very rare for somebody addicted to gambling to quit after a substantial win. As if you are winning then you have no reason to stop.
But if you are serious about quitting then you need to close all those casino accounts by self exclusion. Then look for new hobbys that will take your mind away from gambling.

Mike

I understand that im not alone with my problem in this forum ;)
Anyway i played on the horses and won $1300, five horses of seven.
Only a $90 bet.
Maybe i would just paly on the horses,there its not same trigger for me.
One player won over $8 000 000!
 

vinylweatherman

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Location
United Kingdom
I understand that im not alone with my problem in this forum ;)
Anyway i played on the horses and won $1300, five horses of seven.
Only a $90 bet.
Maybe i would just play on the horses,there its not same trigger for me.
One player won over $8 000 000!

Your case illustrates the point that, yes, there ARE those for whom internet casinos are the devil in disguise. You are in a minority, but you should take heed of this and self exclude while you still have some money left from that win. Self exclusion helps because even if you weaken, the casinos will NOT (or should not), and they will NOT reopen your account even if you beg them too UNTIL the term of the self exclusion has passed. The MINIMUM is 6 months, but casinos should be prepared to give you any period you request, right up to "forever".
This will NOT stop you joining NEW casinos though, but you could close off all your viable deposit options, which will make it very hard for you to deposit substantial amounts of money into any new account you open in a period of weakness. There is also software (Gamblock is an example), which you can install on your computer to block any attempt to install or access gambling services.
Making it hard for you to gamble in a moment of weakness gives a chance for this moment to pass WITHOUT you having succeeded in placing a bet, and in turn this makes it easier for you to give up in the long term.

If you run out of money and assets altogether, and don't turn to crime, the decision to quit will be forced upon you, but in an unpleasant way.
 

sparkz

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It is very rare for somebody addicted to gambling to quit after a substantial win. As if you are winning then you have no reason to stop.
But if you are serious about quitting then you need to close all those casino accounts by self exclusion. Then look for new hobbys that will take your mind away from gambling.

Mike

thats exactly it... i'll be happy to admit I have a problem with gambling thats why i have now quit

just look at xmas for me... I won 1000 and swore that my gambling days were over... an hour after it was paid in I gambled and lost most of it. Then the next day lost it all.... So for me it was loss after loss... then when I win something nice its giving back almost instantly and more

Then again recently I won 700... 2 days after I blew all of it and more gambling and now im left with -217 in my bank
 

Solveit

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Sweden
Thanks all for your good support, and thanks for your forum Casinomeister.
Have played and loosed a little again but now after reading all posts about
rigged software i just understand that its time to just quit this online gambling.
Not beause of that i believe that its rigged, just that we all are loosers in the long run.
And that i put in to much money in it.
I rather play on the horses once a week and loose than get hooked on the free spin feuture.
Good luck loosers!
:lolup:
 

maphesto

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Jun 5, 2009
Location
Sweden
I rather play on the horses once a week and loose than get hooked on the free spin feuture.
Good luck loosers!
:lolup:

V75 is the worlds best game.:) Unfortunately I have lost more than I have won there..:rolleyes:

And for those who don´t know what V75 is:

7 horse races(trotting) in a row, pick the winner in each one of them.

Prize money for 7 correct picks have been from 30$ to 10 000 000$
 

vegetagirl2008

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Location
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Yes the story its all too familiar we win that first hit and we try to chase the second one. Then BAM! we lose everything that's what happens.

First of all you have to truthful with yourself. Ask yourself this question. Do you really want to quit? We can tell give all the advice in the world but its up to you do make that move..
 

Solveit

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Yes the story its all too familiar we win that first hit and we try to chase the second one. Then BAM! we lose everything that's what happens.

First of all you have to truthful with yourself. Ask yourself this question. Do you really want to quit? We can tell give all the advice in the world but its up to you do make that move..

Yes i want to quit as MANY people here!
I think you all have an addiction problem when you are so active in forums like this.
How often do you think about onlinegambling on a day?
Even if you can cashout, where does the winning money go?
More gambling!
Nice hobby some of you call it.
Get a life!
Im going to!
I just deleted all casinos and closed my email that i haved since 1998, just for this purpose.

I think all realtime gambling is an VERY addictive way of spend your life.
And now i going to hear a lot of excuses from you all that its up to every person to choose self etc.etc...
If God exists, Devil have started online gambling.
Good Loosing everybody!
 

marcsudbury

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Jan 29, 2010
Location
sudbury ontario
lol just because you don't like who you have become don't be a d#$k. you know where my winnings go? my brand new rec room. my paid off suv. my new boat. not everyone blows all there winnings on gambling. when i win i think of something i can spend that on. makes it easier to cash out when you visualize something. hope you find your inner peace sometime.
 
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