निकोलस पाइलगी कैसीनो डाउनलोड fb2

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  1. I get the addiction but what I dont get is how people cant predict their future after a track record of losing and see they are most likely just going to lose!?
    Does an experienced person at the mugs (thats what fruit machine arcades are called in UK) ever count what they get back from, say 100$? Its the first rational thing to do, its as if theyre not capable of complex learning.

    1. I would say as a guy with an average to smarter iq compared to other people and as a gambling addict. You just don’t think like that.. you might lose 1k but come back in an instant with a new reload. You forget quicklu

  2. Love this, vector graphics? Reminds of original Tron film or Tempest /Battlezone arcade game. Lovely movement with paper cut-out minimalism too, makes me want to draw again – maybe some crayon etching, thanks.

    1. @Charby Ibrahim you guys have done an amazing job full love and support to you from India.

    2. This film is an amalgamation of several real life stories, voiced by Claudia Karvan. All subjects are anonymous. I popped a note at the beginning of the film… you may have missed that though. Thanks for watching 🙂

  3. These machines need to end. It’s just a pitfall and they’re not to be trusted or taken lightly.

    1. @Lisa Langille i read the whole thing –

      Yes to having a budget
      I think some people’s brains are a little more resistant than other brains to falling into the gambling trap – like for me, if i play a little, i get bored if i lose my money. I think about walking away and doing something else. There are other people who sit for hours and say all kinds of things to themselves. (Playing is a spectrum)

      I do think that casinos in lower income areas is so complicated. Lack of education, cheaper land, maybe some business cuts to the real estate brokers, ease of credit to build, empty promises that it will add new jobs… there’s a lot to how it can be promoted in the short run, but once it’s “up”, the House wins, and it can bleed a group of people dry. It’s really scary and it can also tear families and communities apart.

    2. I agree as well, 1000%. I live in northern Ontario Canada, and truthfully, seriously despise the lottery commission’s handling of where geographically, casinos and/or those video slot machine things. What I mean is in many provinces, the gambling industry sets up a lot in areas of lower incomes! *** I don’t think it’s fair either to just say “gambling should only be allowed in med/high incomes” but when those casinos and gaming machines on the tables at coffee shops, bars, etc.. are set up, very quickly there is a rise in family income going there. Then when it’s a problem the crimes rise exponentially!
      Not everyone who plays is “an addict” I certainly am not suggesting that, I also realize that people have to have more self control too. The closest casino to me is about 3hrs away. It’s huge, has amazing entertainment (concerts, etc) and amenities that don’t involve actual gambling. My husband & I enjoy going once a year or so for about 5 days. We have a budget for each of us to play with and our separate budget for meals, shopping etc.. We budget a certain amount each day, and go into the trip assuming that we won’t be winning much! We’ve always stuck to it, enjoyed our “get away” and several times been lucky enough that we’ve won back the amount of money we spent for the hotel room for the 5 days! I’m not saying I’m better than anyone because Lord knows, I’m not! It’s just about keeping control and knowing when to walk away. Now, that being said, there’s a casino opening 90minutes from where I live, and that city is already in the throws of opioids & crime! Great idea folks! Build a casino there!! 😒 I have family members and friends who have gambling problems and I’m heartbroken that now a casino will be right there!
      I guess it’s like a drug?..
      **Drug -used properly, helps with pain but can be highly addictive
      **Casino -visited properly, entertaining but can be highly addictive
      Sorry for the rant, I was just going to add a brief comment, but continued typing what I was thinking..if you are still reading this, thank you 🙂.

    3. Couldnt agree more! They are the absolutely pits… insidiously evil. Thanks for taking the time to watch our film and comment. 🙂

    1. You can be strong and turn week! Trust me! I’ve lived in Las Vegas since 1980 and only over the last 4 years did they finally get me! The party is over!!

  4. I excluded myself from casino a decade ago then I found online casino when the coronovirus pandemic started. Ive got a serious problem. And need help

    1. Im so sorry to hear this, Irene. I hope you find the support in your region. Many of our participants relapsed time and again, but ALL came out the other-side. Wishing you well.

  5. Can people gamble online legally, with/for real money? I’m genuinely asking because I know laws are different everywhere and I see ads EVERYWHERE about gambling but it shows people winning something like 8,568,524 gold tokens, 🙄 so obviously that’s not real. Anyone know what those games are like? are they legit? How can they advertise that the games are free, buy show people winning large amounts of money? That’s mathematically impossible. They couldn’t be paying out loads of money, if they aren’t MAKING larger amounts of money!
    I am clueless about online gambling, please forgive my questions! Thank you 🙂

  6. I like the guardian article about Trump being a kgb asset….biggest asset the kgb have in the usa is the ….the ny times / washington post / cnn and in the uk, the guardian.

  7. Boring.. nothing new here… this is a typical average story of most gambling addicts…

    1. Im so sorry to hear this, Michal! Are there services in your region that you might reach out to for support. Sending you well wishes. These machines are hypnotic fly traps.

    1. Yup – The bells and whistles and lights are all feeding that part of our brain. Thanks for watching.

  8. Hey theGuardian Artificial intelligence , Why do you remove my post to a link from your own website! Left wing news can say it but I cant why?

    1. Couldnt agree more… these machines are a nightmare for anybody caught in their sticky web. Thanks for watching our film and sharing insight.

    1. HAHA – I had never thought about it that way, but I suppose it kinda does… thanks for watching. Massive compliment for somebody who grew up on that show. 🙂

  9. Help! I was addicted to gambling at the beginning, then I played to pay off debts and loans. I do not know what to do. Please help me, if you are going to put the thinking now I will raise it, and everything will go away it will not work, it is better to stop right now! 10 dollars is already a lot for me, but to repay the loans I need about 600 dollars. collectors threaten me, and life is bad. Im from Kazakhstan

  10. I’m 18 years old and I’ve lost around $2k in total on gambling which is a lot for a student without a job, I’m pretty much broke right now. What I’ve realized with gambling tho is that there’s literally no way to win, you always lose in the long run.

    When ”chasing” the lost money you tell yourself that you will quit when you win it back. But when you end up winning back the lost money you just keep gambling more because you think ”If I won it back, why cant I win some more and then quit”. Which will just result in you losing it all…

    And a lot of gamblers never get to win back the lost money. They just keep chasing it and keep losing more and digging the hole deeper.

    1. @Axum ገብረመድሂን Yeah right now when you don’t have that $9k you’d think that you would stop there and cash it out if you could win the same amount again. But when you do win it back you’re never really satisfied and try to go for more until you lose.

    2. Recently, I turned $200 into $9K and lost it all in a few days. I thought I would never lose it but the money is just never enough

    3. 2k? thats nothing. I have lost probably 30k and I am only s few years older than you. Everyday goes by and I regret beginning gambling at age 13

  11. I’ve made a vow to never gamble I’ve seen the affect it has on people I refuse to go down that road

  12. I think its a similar problem to the micro-transactions you see in gaming. When you dont see the money leave your pocket, thats when its dangerous.

    1. For someone like myself that has had micro-transaction addictions in the past (still do today) this is a very clever comment. I never thought about it that way but it is oh so true.

  13. Been trying to quit but I keep thinking about the loses and how I could potentially win it all back but I know I can’t. It’s actually sickening. Low appetite lost of sleep.

    1. Wishing you the very best in recovery… this disease is too real! I hope there are services that can support you in your region. BLESS!

    2. You have glorious future ahead of you when you quit gambling. Let go of your past because the money you lost will not belong to you anymore

    1. It is indeed. Especially when it goes so unregulated and rich stand to get richer. Thanks for watching!

  14. The breakdown and dehumanisation of so many ordinary individuals, perfectly captured and projected via your amazing animation.

    1. Its a heart-breaking situation to be sure. Thanks for the kind feedback, Bo… and for watching our film. BLESS!

  15. 19, almost 20, down 15-20k right now, no way of recovering from this, I guess I just wish I could turn back time

    1. @Glader exactly. Quitting while youre up creates the illusion that you beat the casino. The only way to beat the casino is to never go into one or log into one.

    2. you only have to do one thing. STOP. You have time on your side. As long as you stop gambling immediately. You will look back on it an laugh at how dramatic you were over scraps.

    3. Sending bags of hope and strength your way… I hope you find the support you need, and land on your feet.

  16. Gambling is the worst thing in the world it kills you mentally especially after a big loss and you know you cant do anything about it but regret every second you spent wasting on the machines and with the regrets comes the suicidal thoughts 😩

  17. ℂ𝔸𝕃𝕃,𝕋𝔼𝕏𝕋 & 𝕎ℍ𝔸𝕋𝕊𝔸ℙℙ +𝟙(𝟞𝟘𝟡)𝟝𝟡𝟜-𝟝𝟙𝟟𝟞
    𝚒𝚗𝚝𝚎𝚛𝚎𝚜𝚝𝚎𝚍 𝚒𝚗 𝚖𝚊𝚔𝚒𝚗𝚐 𝚜𝚘𝚖𝚎 𝚐𝚊𝚒𝚗𝚜 𝚏𝚛𝚘𝚖 𝚋𝚎𝚝𝚝𝚒𝚗𝚐 𝚜𝚒𝚝𝚎𝚜 𝚠𝚒𝚝𝚑 𝚖𝚘𝚍𝚒𝚏𝚒𝚎𝚍 𝚊𝚗𝚍 𝚊𝚌𝚌𝚞𝚛𝚊𝚝𝚎 𝚋𝚎𝚝 𝚝𝚒𝚙𝚜? 𝚠𝚛𝚒𝚝𝚎 𝚖𝚎 𝚊 𝚖𝚎𝚜𝚜𝚊𝚐𝚎 𝚝𝚘 𝚐𝚎𝚝 𝚌𝚘𝚛𝚛𝚎𝚌𝚝 𝚜𝚌𝚘𝚛𝚎𝚜 𝚊𝚗𝚍 100% 𝚝𝚒𝚙𝚜.

  18. This is a huge problem at least in my country. We have online casino adds even on kids channels. There’s no statistics proving how many people are actually addictive. There’s no policy that can protect their family members! I’ve been studying this problem from every angle. I’m also planning to do either documentary or research paper to address this issue to our society! The problem of our society is that “you must be ashamed by speaking it out”. I personally lost almost everything for paying out the debts that I never acquired.

  19. Here is the question to all the detractors and critiques of the Ethiopian government—who have no axe to grind.
    * Where in the world have you seen such a lightning victory against a well-armed, well-networked, and well-resourced force (tplf Terrorist organisation)with the least casualties and damage?
    * Where have you seen, at least in Africa, where captured combatants treated, cared, fed, and dressed in the manner they have been?
    * Where in the world does the leader of a nation talks about rebuilding while the conflict is still hot on the plate?
    * How on earth would one expect a major conflict without casualties—human and property—and human displacement?
    * How on earth would one expect—and demand—an instantaneous return to peace and security while a major operation is wrapping up and the demobilization of nearly a quarter of a million people just started?
    * How is it that the massacres and atrocities committed by a villainous cabal is ignored, and yet any such allegations and innuendos are falsely attributed to the government?
    * How is it that the world continues to consume wrong information and twisted news cooked by cabal shenanigans and hired guns who have proved to be wrong, time and again?
    * And more.
    In Conclusion
    The Ethiopian government and its people now feel that they are under the gun—unjustly. In a rather unique way this may help bring the country and its people together—as external threat has been an antidote to Ethiopia’s internal discord.
    Be this as it may, it is important for global players to pay attention to the incessant litany of unfair and unjust demands and attacks on the country, as this may have an adverse—and enduring—impact.
    Everything has its own limits.
    The Queen of Sheba may be reached at [email protected] | Twitter: @TheQueenofSheb5

    1. Not until governments and the uber rich are held accountable will we see change. Thanks kindly for taking the time to watch our documentary. PEACE! 🙂

  20. Rnt being funny to anyone , but if u gamble and lose its your own fault ,no1 is making you gamble , its like walking past a pub and then people saying i saw the pub so had to go in and have a drink !

    1. With booze, we fully understand the risks… they are disclosed. With poker machines, they are no disclosed or transparent. They are designed for addiction… and you are guaranteed to lose over time. It is not even a gamble. If more people knew this, fewer folks would fall into the trap.

  21. I apologize sincerely for commenting here. Im not a bad person, just so desperate for help. You have a spare $1? Tryin to save to get a working laptop – to start a homebased job. I got no opportunities outside. 😷 Lost a lot since 2020.

  22. The best solution is to buy an old slot machine and play it at home – be the punter and banker at the same time…

    1. @Stuart Austin – if need to explain then youd best get back to Las Vegas and those slot machines….

  23. at least with smoking theres warning on the packaging, but with gambling unfortunately theres no warning

  24. Gambling (and its digital equivalents e.g. microtransactions, pay to win, FIFA Ultimate Team packs etc.), smoking, drinking, drugs – all vices that have done more harm than good.

  25. Me being so condescending to the woman then halfway through the vid I remember how much I lost on stocks and crypto

    1. Not the same you can win on the stocks and investments but you cannot win on slot machines

    2. Very real crypto and stocks just safer. I have gambling addiction. I fuel it with stocks and crypto. Im well off but stressed all the time.

  26. I remember catching my Mom late nights doing the same thing shed be drenched in sweat and say I need cigarettes We all know she wasnt planning on buying smokes with that money though SMH 🤥🤮

  27. I had this urge to continue in Monaco once on a class trip, I promised myself to only gamble with 5 Euros, i instantly lost all of it, but then thought, I can easily get it back and almost put 10 euros in it again. Glad i snapped out of that desire.

  28. Im a recovering alcoholic and gambling is not a vice Ive ever understood.

    1. That’s funny cause I can’t fathom how someone could enjoy liquor a lot. I think it’s gnarly and makes me feel terrible lol but I understand the intrigue of gambling

  29. Gambling cost me absolutely everything I have worked for. Now at age 39, I am in enough debt to pay for an entire house because of gambling.

    Its an absolute illusion. Losing losing losing.

    It kills relationships, friendships, businesses, families and has caused so many people to turn to suicide.

    Casinos are poison. I was a high roller player for years. I now never put a penny down again.

    Gambling WILL ruin you.

    1. Im so sorry to hear that! I hope there are services that you might tap into in your region… many of our participants tried many times to quit before it finally stuck. PLEASE dont give up. 🙂

  30. Look at the society we live in. Bookies, casinos, alcohol all flashed in our faces. The vulnerable will always be drawn in. Consumerism holds more value to industry than morality, this is why I advocate for a remodelling of our own economy here in the UK, but that will only gain support through education and it is NEVER the priority of the state to educate. Because with education comes revolution.

    1. With education comes indoctrination. Colleges and academia suffocating due to political activism and state ideologues

    2. I was talking to a friend about this, you don’t see any adverts promoting tobacco or smoking, yet you see pay £10 and get £30 to play every time you go on the tube, or the betting rebellion.

  31. Funny my friends grandma has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on slots in the past 10 years and she looks down on us for doing an occasional line.

    1. That slogan was probably thought up by a bookies or casino, theyre already indicating that it was fun, when reality is, it was never fun, why not have a slogan with when the misery continues STOP

    1. I would wish you luck but luck will not help you quit only you can do that you can talk to someone which I recommend but in the end only you can do this and I believe in you

    2. 😮 Are you serious?!? 25yrs gambling? I don’t mean to seem judgmental, because I’m honestly not! I’m just shocked! This is entirely none of my business, but how have you been able to afford it all this time? I notice you said “and still trying to stop” have you sought help for gambling addiction? I really hope you can stop (Easier said than done, I understand) Truly, I hope you can. 💜

    3. @Yola Nowak bro I dont understand how anyone would ever expect to win money from a slot machine. Its electronically setup for you to lose

    4. @Mark Enver like the dragon, lightning link. Any new slot machine. Basically love to gamble, my weakness

  32. In statistics there is what we call the law of large numbers. To explain simply, a coin can land heads or tails. If you toss if for the first 10 times, its possible that all the outcomes would be tails. But try tossing it 1000 times. Youd get an equivalent value of 498 heads and 502 tails. Closer to the expected odds. Now, no casino game has a 50:50 odds. The odds usually favor the house. So which means you are not even gambling your money. The more you bet, the more you will lose. Winning in your first early bets is the luck. but that only encourages you to keep on betting. And eventually, you will lose. It is a scientific fact.

    1. And to add to that, these machines are rigged to lose WAY more than win. PS – Thanks for watching and sharing insight.

  33. monkE sees shiny lights monkE likes it , not about winning just shinning things monkE likes monkE brain happy

  34. You think your too smart to fall in the trap and when you do you cant get out until you tell others around you to help you out

    1. @Usama Gideir – Yes, I did. Thanks so much for the kind word. Very much appreciated brother.

  35. Yup u are right I have given it up its done job well done u have to have a strong mind say no more it over

  36. I find it interesting that this woman didnt seem to be aware that they were gambling machines, just some sort of low-money stakes game.

    1. Throughout the interviews, almost all who were introduced to these machines in the 90s, saw the machines that way… just a way to waste some time at the pub, in a light-hearted way. I found that quite interesting myself. Thanks for watching! 🙂

    1. The universe can be cruel like that! Thanks for taking the time to watch and comment. 🙂

    1. Omigosh 😮 how long did you gamble to lose that much? A month? 3 months? I’m not judging, I honestly don’t know so I’m just curious. I’m sorry you went through that and lost so much. 💜

  37. Barona Casino reels you in.They make you feel all fuzzy and special. As long as you spend your money your considered family. Once you run out of money, you are now a stranger and nuisance. At that point they ban you and consider you a problem.

    1. It doesnt matter how much or how often you have won. Sooner or later the money returns to the house 3x to 10x.
      Ive vowed never to gamble again numerous times but when the pain goes away or suffer specific memory losses youre back at the casino trying to recover.
      Winning is an illusion if you keep patronizing casinos. We all know this but with selective memory loss and denial we cannot stop the bleeding and eventually bleed out. Best time to stop gambling is now.

    2. This is common casino etiquette – Imagine family and friends treated us this way! Anyhow, thanks for watching.

  38. This is my life… Ive done worse things to the people I love to feed my demons.. I always try to stop but I cant… Death seems to be my only way out 😔

    1. I used to be a compulsive gambler. I lost everything and hope but I overcame it because I would die if I couldn’t get rid of it. The best way to start a new life is to find a new passion instead of throwing away your hard earned money

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