Gambling is very risky. Winning a number of times might lure you to putting a huge amount of your money on stake. You might start taking your luck for granted and that is when you might be exactly placing yourself in a dangerous situation. This is because luck cannot be taken for granted and you never know when it might be leaving you. The same logic applies to people who try over and over again in anticipation of winning some money, when they do not do so in the first few chances itself. As a result they end up losing the entire money. Well, this is not said to give you a gloomy picture of gambling, as such, but it is just to warn you that you should not blindly keep trying. You should calculate your risk factors and formulate a unique strategy for yourself that will will be the best for you.
First of all, you should always set limits for yourself in terms of time and money. Do not spend endless time on the rounds. The other gamblers around you might try to lure you into playing endless rounds but you should not let anyone or anything influence your decisions. Before you start off with a game, you strictly set a time limit for yourself. The same applies to the money that you spend in the game. It is always better to approach a game with a positive bent of mind, but in gambling, which is a game that is based on sheer luck and nothing else, you cannot be sure of the outcome. Your experience of the game does not count. You should always determine beforehand the amount of money that you can risk to lose in a game for a particular day and take only that much money with you. Do not put more than the limit that you have set for yourself under any circumstance.
For online gamblers this is even more important as they can now access the game the moment they feel like.
A very common mistake that many gamblers make is to chase their losses. They keep putting their money at stake, round after round, in expectation of winning sometime or the other. It is good to be optimistic but not overly optimistic. You should always watch the trend. It is always better to give up playing if you do not win in one or two subsequent rounds. You should only gamble on the amount that you can afford to lose, not more than that.