View gambling as a form of entertainment and not a source of income.
Only gamble what you can afford to lose. You can use Deposit Limits
to help manage the amount of money you spend.
Never chase your losses, as this can lead to problems.
Monitor the amount of time you spend playing. You can use Reality Checks
to remind yourself how long you have been logged into your account.
Balance gambling with other activities. When gambling becomes your only form of entertainment you should stop and consider whether you are still having fun.
Take regular breaks from gambling. Gambling continuously can cause you to lose track of time and perspective.
Do not gamble when under the influence of alcohol or when you are upset or depressed, as it can impair decision-making.
Think about how much time and money you spend gambling. You can track your activity using your Online Account History
Understand your chance of winning and how the product works
Know that if you ever need to talk to someone about problem gambling you can contact a problem gambling support organisation