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Compulsive gambling is a very common problem among many people in today's society. It is defined as being unable to stop gambling at any point in time and. To the gambler, gambling has become an addiction - like an addiction to alcohol or drugs. They find it extremely hard to stop gambling and believe they can "beat the odds" - even when their entire world begins to fall apart. When people can't stop gambling, they loose all their money, their job, family and can even loose their life over it. Problem gamblers come from many backgrounds. They can be rich, poor, young, or old. …
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