Playing at any casino always be an entertainment, and never thought of as a way to make money.
Likewise, money spent on gambling should always limited to within you means, such that it does not affect your day to day life and long-term goals in any way.
It is worth appreciating that all casinos are designed to be profitable and so over the long-term, when you play casino games, you will spend money, rather than make money. Yes, you may luck-out once in a while, but in the long-term, the casino is the (financial) winner, whilst the player should be the winner in terms of entertainment.
If you are not enjoying casino games as a responsible entertainment, you need to get help. If you are worried about your casino spend, take a look at this self assessment test to help asses whether you are a compulsive gambler and seek help from organizations like gamblers anonymous
In addition, please see the links below for resources that can help you and of course, just google the term 'gambling addiction help" and you will be able to find extra help resources in your country, if none of the links below are appropriate for you.
www.gamcare.org.uk [email protected] (+44) 0808 8020 133
www.begambleaware.org (+44) 0808 8020 133
National Council on Problem Gambling: (USA)
California Council on Compulsive Gambling: (USA)
Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling: (USA)
All the casinos we list here will allow you to sign-up to a self-exclusion list. If you have a problem with gambling, please make sure you use these services and also, for extra protection, use one of the services designed for your country or territory.
For example, we recommend Gamstop in the UK
It is illegal for any casino to accept players that have not reached legal gambling age in the country / territory they live in. None of the casinos we recommend here will do so, but to be extra sure, it is well worth investing in software to protect children from any restricted websites, including gambling websites. One good option is NetNanny