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WilhelmGer

In Love Lv4️⃣
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you call this a wheel of fortune! you should have called it a wheel of misfortune.
i lose more than i earn this isn't even funny this wheel should have 50% risk But from what I seen ,it's 85% losing 15% eaning...
okey i have had it with this site ,so yeah bye bye forever.
Good Choice
 

secretbunker

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It appears, or is offered in many forms.
No matter the form in which it appears, if its GAMBLING, and you fear LOSING; just don't gamble.
Yes, in whatever state it manifests itself, if you fear losing do yourself a big favor, just walk away!
If you refuse to gamble, you've made a wise decision, refusing to gamble is refusing to lose!!!!

To call gambling a “game of chance” evokes fun, random luck and a sense of collective engagement. These playful connotations may be part of why almost 80 percent of American adults gamble at some point in their lifetime. When I used to ask my psychiatry students why they think people gamble, the most frequent suggestions are for pleasure, money or the thrill.

While these might be reasons why people gamble initially, psychologists/psychiatrists don’t definitely know why, for some, gambling stops being an enjoyable diversion and becomes compulsive. What keeps people playing even when it stops being fun? Why stick with games people know are designed for them to lose? Are some people just more unlucky than the rest of us, or simply worse at calculating the odds?

I look to the brain to understand the hooks that make gambling so compelling. I’ve found that many are intentionally hidden in how the games are designed. And these hooks work on casual casino-goers just as well as they do on problem gamblers.

Uncertainty as its own reward in the brain
One of the hallmarks of gambling is it's uncertainty – whether it’s the size of a jackpot or the probability of winning at all. And reward uncertainty plays a crucial role in gambling’s attraction.

Dopamine, the neurotransmitter the brain releases during enjoyable activities such as eating, sex and drugs, is also released during situations where the reward is uncertain. In fact dopamine release increases particularly during the moments leading up to a potential reward. This anticipation effect might explain why dopamine release parallels an individual’s levels of gambling “high” and the severity of his or her gambling addiction. It likely also plays a role in reinforcing the risk-taking behavior seen in gambling.

Studies have shown that the release of dopamine during gambling occurs in brain areas similar to those activated by taking drugs of abuse. In fact, similar to drugs, repeated exposure to gambling and uncertainty produces lasting changes in the human brain. These reward pathways, similar to those seen in individuals suffering from drug addiction, become hypersensitive. Animal studies suggest that these brain changes due to uncertainty can even enhance gamblers’ cravings and desire for addictive drugs.

Repeated exposure to gambling and uncertainty can even change how you respond to losing. Counterintuitively, in individuals with a gambling problem, losing money comes to trigger the rewarding release of dopamine almost to the same degree that winning does. As a result, in problem gamblers, losing sets off the urge to keep playing, rather than the disappointment that might prompt you to walk away, a phenomenon known as chasing losses.
 

secretbunker

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In all fairness to the site owner, he exhibited his honesty and sense of fairness by WARNING and INFORMING you about "this wheel". His message was honest, forthcoming, and very clear.

Here it is, if you failed to read and heed his honest missive.

This isn't a regular "Wheel Of Fortune":
1) First of all, it's completely free to play (you need 1,000 SB Points only to be able to see the Wheel of Fortune).
2) Then, most importantly, it's not a risk-free Wheel of Fortune, as the prizes can also be negative, which means you can win up to 10,000 SB Points, or lose up to 1,000 SB Points every time you spin it.
3) Also, you can play unlimited times, as it's currently not a daily minigame (things might change in the future).

How much can I win?
As said above, you can win up to 10,000 SB Points, but beware you might also lose some of your SB Points.

Are you brave enough? Here's the button to start playing:
 

secretbunker

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Gambling can harm your finances, cause you to become addicted, if you're weak of mind, spirit, and heart; NEVER gamble.

The ONLY sure thing about any form of gambling is that EVENTUALLY you'll lose!!!!

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MedicallyMedicated

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Member for 3 years
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😭😭😭😭just trying and i lost all my sp
 

CutiePieness

Addicted Lv3️⃣
Why I just lost many SB everytime??!!!🥲🥲😭😭

I am trying to level up from messaging and replying!!!🥲🥲🥲

I very very hope I can download my favorite game soon!!!🥲🥲😔😔

Has anyone ever won 10000???🤗😁👀 I am just curious!!!😂😂😂
 

laquatuss

Lurker Lv0️⃣
So, to test it I said I was going to take 10 shots, and it was like this:

+50
+50
-200
+20
-30
-500
+20
+100
+50
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-440

I think I'm not gonna play any more
 

nabs1234

Novice Lv1️⃣
Lol...I lost all points and I had to start again to earn points
 
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