Online Gambling is a virtual thrill activity accessed through an application or a website that hosts as a platform where people can bet on Cards Games, Rolling a Die, etc which involves mere probability and luck. In comparison to its Reality alternative, it is even more risky. Speaking of gambling, what immediately pops up in the mind of most is the Indian Mythological tale in which Yudhishtra bets his wife in the game and ends up losing both the game and his wife. The major reason why Domino Online is seen to be morally unsound is that it brings both riches and ruin at the same time, effortlessly.
The types of gambling
There are two types of Online Gambling that one can witness. The first type is the regular one, where one will be required to provide with his banking credentials like credit/ debit card details, bank account details, etc. to proceed with the Domino Online betting. This is like adding a cherry on top of the cake, only it is not a cake but trouble in disguise. To sum up it is gambling risk plus cybercrime risk. So to all those who can interpret this clearly, it is a definite “NO”.
Moving on to the next type, it is a game wherein one can earn or lose game points in the gamble, there could also be a requirement to provide an initial top-up to start playing. This alternative is very attractive especially to those who love the pleasures and thrill of gambling and who may strongly argue in its favor citing there is no risk at all! Continuing debunking this without further ado, the secret behind this game is that the damage is quite intangible or to be precise psychological and not financial. The change in psyche towards gambling is damage which is difficult to be realized and draw lessons from. Just like a shot of adrenaline makes us crave for more, mutatis mutandis applies to gamble.
The game part
On the up-side, gambling on any platform can be enjoyed as a game, seeking luck and taking pleasure from the win. However one should keep this spur under control and say a firm “NO” if it involves your hard-earned money or any valuable. The effort principle de facto applies when it comes to money, which is ‘no bread without the struggle’. Money is the compensation for the effort, toil, and intellect but not a prize won with ease. The mantra here is nothing in this world comes for free, but when it does one should reconsider her investment choice and give it a second thought.
Hence as The Great www, my advice to folks of all age is this- ‘everything on the internet is subject to inherent risk, please read the user manual carefully before accessing’.