Sports Gambling Warning

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Apparently, betting on sports is now legal across the USA, because suddenly I'm being besieged with ads for it.

I want to warn everybody - particularly those with addictive personalities - to be supremely cautious about this. I was a compulsive gambler throughout my 20s, and it cost me more money, relationships, time, stress, and heartache than I can possibly describe. This was entirely sports gambling. I could tell you stories of self-debasement and financial destitution that would make you shocked. Selling my car for gambling money. Selling my blood for gambling money. Stealing my girlfriend's money for gambling money. Lying, lying, lying, lying, lying, lying. Shame, shame, shame, shame, shame.

Gambling addiction is an all-consuming pit of despair, kept alive by pipe dreams and, admittedly, highs which are utterly euphoric.

If one believes one is shrewd and smart enough to prosper long term, I am telling you that you are not. It is statistically impossible (particularly with the dime lines I'm seeing posted on the NHL broadcasts, which feature INSANE profit margins for the house; when I bet the "vig" was usually 10-20%, it is now regularly 30% or more. This is utterly insane.) If you are confused how even a great gambler cannot win, than simpy research "gambler's ruin". It is a simple statistical premise which demonstrates that, for all practical intents and purposes, all gamblers - even some wizard with a 60% win rate - will absolutely go broke, without exception. (Actually, with modern vigs, I think you'd need a 60% win rate just to keep afloat, nevermind profit.)

I don't want to be too puritanical. If you have a hobby of throwing town $100 bucks on the rare UFC fight or the Super Bowl, or you like doing an office pool on the NCAAs, that's totally different. But getting into it full time is completely different.

I have repeatedly heard that virtually all compulsive gamblers started off with huge winnings, and that jump-started incurable dreams. That's exactly what happened with me. There are other stories I know of, too: My parents' neighbor committed suicide when her husband found out she'd bankrupted them going to the casino in secret. I know of a college kid who robbed a bank to feed an online poker addiction (though I didn't know him personally).

Anyway, I think most people here are probably too smart to get sucked into this.

But it's shocking to me: When I started gambling, it was literally small bets through a bar, and then it was through online bookies in the Caribbean. In both cases, it was illicit and hush-hush and there was implicit shame. The sports leagues themselves never spoke of gambling, with the exception of the NFL, which would speak of the "betting favorite" here and there, but certainly not focus on it.

So if you enjoy a simple bet here and there, please ignore my drama. But if you are the sort of person who gets consumed with particular interests (and I'd guess the dissident right has a disproportionate number of such people), avoid it like the plague. It doesn't matter how many TV ads you see for it, just mute and ignore, the same way you do when you see any other Jew bullshit on TV.
 

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I think the blacks mostly stick to the lottery. Sports gambling involves too much thinking.
I was involved in baseball betting primarily and can confirm that I never interacted with blacks.

The sabermetrics (advanced baseball stats) were really booming, and the lone achievement of all my gambling was doing some very advanced statistical work, two such works which became viral in the sabermetric community. This was all between 2000 and 2010.
 

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Never bet your money on any arena filled with niggers. My buddy still bets basketball and I still laugh. I told him to find 10 random nigs on the street and give them $20 eachπŸ˜…
 

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Never bet your money on any arena filled with niggers. My buddy still bets basketball and I still laugh. I told him to find 10 random nigs on the street and give them $20 eachπŸ˜…
Professional gamblers understand that it's very, very, very easy to fix a basketball game. Remember, you don't have to change the outcome to win a bet, you only have to change the score. A few strategically-timed missed baskets, or a stupid foul here and there, can be enough to get the job done. College basketball games are especially easy to fix, as the players need the money. Pro basketball players are a little harder to get on board. Generally if a pro is getting involved in fixing games, he is doing so to work off a big gambling debt.

There are some successful basketball gamblers, but they employ squads of full-time number crunchers who spend all day looking for statistical anomalies that can give them an edge.
 

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Professional gamblers understand that it's very, very, very easy to fix a basketball game. Remember, you don't have to change the outcome to win a bet, you only have to change the score. A few strategically-timed missed baskets, or a stupid foul here and there, can be enough to get the job done. College basketball games are especially easy to fix, as the players need the money. Pro basketball players are a little harder to get on board. Generally if a pro is getting involved in fixing games, he is doing so to work off a big gambling debt.

There are some successful basketball gamblers, but they employ squads of full-time number crunchers who spend all day looking for statistical anomalies that can give them an edge.
I totally agree and therefore refrain from all gambling whatsoever. I've eaten at a few casino buffets when I was traveling in an area with gambling. Biloxi has some good ones to chow downπŸ€—.
After that, I'll hang around to see some buddies empty their wallets while trying to win πŸ˜…
 

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Yeah I keep seeing ads everywhere for sports betting. States and cities are so broke they are legalizing it like weed to get some tax revenue. Of course no one has any money to go to Vegas so legacy gambling systems are investing in it. Also people are just bored and looking for some entertainment. I even saw the pre-game basketball show on in the airport and they had the betting lines up on the broadcast, something I had never seen before on a TV sports show. I think the Jews are getting desperate to get the goyim to go back to watching their shitty niggerball no one cares about anymore.

"Just get high goy and bet your stimulus on Jamal Davids' team vs Tyrese Buckley's team in the niggerball match this Wednesday!"

It's a really sad state of affairs.
 

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Sports gambling can be very profitable if you're pretty much an expert on some sport. I make like 200-600 USD a month from boxing.
 
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