College Gambling

Gambling involves risking something of value on an uncertain outcome in the hopes of increasing value or profit.  Gambling is generally regarded as a problem when the gambler begins to experience a number of negative consequences from their gambling, including feelings of guilt, gambling more than intended, and spending less time at school or at work. Pathological gambling involves a persistent pattern of gambling that causes disruptions in the gambler’s personal, familial, and work life.

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