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What Is Gambling?

Gambling is participating in any game or activity in which you risk money or a valuable object to win money.

A few examples include the following:

  • Lotteries (Lotto 6/49, Lotto Super 7)
  • Instant lotteries (7 chanceux, other scratch cards)
  • Bingo
  • Betting on billiards or pool
  • Card games (poker, blackjack, etc.)
  • Private sports betting/sports lotteries (Mise-au-jeu)
  • Casino games (slot machines, roulette, Keno)
  • Video lottery terminals
  • Internet gambling
  • Dice

Is my gambling causing harm?

It’s sometimes hard to know if your gambling is getting out of hand. A typical response is minimizing or denying it’s causing harm. Some people may hide their gambling or lie about how much time and money they spend on it.

You may be:

  1. Kept up at night thinking about gambling; or
  2. feeling out of control.
  3. Incurring debts that you are unable to repay.
  4. Putting up more money than you can afford.
  5. The feeling that you can’t talk about your gambling with anyone.
  6. Hiding proof of your gaming behavior.

If you’re worried about your gambling, you’re not alone.

Guidelines of the Article – Gambling Write For Us

To save you time and avoid possible disappointment, we have a set of editorial guidelines that all our contributors must adhere to when they write for us.

Length: At least 800 words

Exclusiveness: All articles must be unique; we will check for plagiarism when you submit them. It would help if you did not publish the paper elsewhere before or after submitting it to vigorblog.

Images: Including helpful visuals always helps to engage our readers (especially infographics!), but please make sure any supplied images are free of copyright and include a link to the source. Any infographics should also cite data sources.

Links: External links to authoritative sites are accepted. You may include one link to your domain as long as it is relevant in the context and not directly sales-related. We also encourage you to link to other posts on the vigor blog where appropriate.

Format: Use subheadings and bullet points to break up the text. Avoid lengthy paragraphs.

Audience: We have all kinds of readers on the blog, but articles generally target management-level roles of small-medium-sized businesses, so make sure your article offers advice relevant to the SME community. Our readers will also vary significantly in technical knowledge, so don’t assume it will understand if you mention a technical term. Similarly, with any acronyms, break down what it stands for in brackets.

Tone: Written work should not be self-promotional but instead focus on offering practical advice and sharing exciting insights to help our readers.

Spelling and Grammar: Please proofread all articles before submission and check for grammatical and spelling errors.
Please note we reserve the right to edit any submissions, but we will gladly run the final piece by you before publication so you can confirm you’re happy with it.

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