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How do I know if I play too much?

Gambling problems can manifest themselves in many ways and have different effects on your life. Below are a few questions to help you identify whether you have a gambling problem or not, or if you are running a risk of getting a gambling problem.

The answer alternatives and points are the following:

0Never
1Sometimes
2Most of the time
3Always

How often during the last twelve month:

  • Have you played for more than you can afford?
  • Have you needed to play for larger amounts to get the same feeling of excitement?
  • Have you returned another day to try to win back the money you have lost?
  • Have you borrowed money or sold anything to get money to play with?
  • Have you had a problem because of your gambling?
  • Has gambling caused you any health problems, including stress and anxiety?
  • Have anyone criticised your gambling?
  • Has gambling caused you any financial problems for you or for your household?
  • Have you felt guilt about gambling or for what happens when you you gamble?

Calculate your points and see what category you fall under:

0 pointsNo gambling problem
1 - 2 pointsLow risk
3 - 7 pointsModerate risk
8 - 27 pointsGambling problems

Are you worried about that someone close to you is gambling too much?

Personal finances

If the person starts to lend money more often without being able to pay back or have problems paying the bills, even with a good income, gambling too much could be one of the reasons.

Time

Money isn’t always a problem when it comes to gambling, a habit can be unhealthy in other ways as well. More and more time spent around gambling and prioritising games over other things in life.

Mood and behaviour

A change in personality can show that there’s something wrong. The person might become more easily irritated than usual or showing signs of depression or being low. It’s not uncommon that the person is isolating him or herself and starts avoiding social activities.

The signs above might not always be because of a gambling problem, but they are still signs of a friend in need of help. Don’t hesitate to reach out!

Reduce the risk with limits

At Dunder you can set your own limits to reduce your risk.

As registered player you can send us a written notice from your registered email and choose one or more of the options below:

  • Wager limit within a specified period of time (24 hours, 7 days or 30 days);
  • Limit on the losses within a specified period of time (24 hours, 7 days or 30 days);
  • Limit on the deposits within a specified period of time (24 hours, 7 days or 30 days);
  • Time limit you may play in one session session;

If you want to restrict your play completely for a time period you can suspend your account for either 1 day, 7 days, 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, 12 months or an indefinite time. You will not be able to access your account for the duration of the chosen period and we will do everything we can in order to stop you from creating multiple accounts.

If you have a gambling problem please state that to us and we will help you to self exclude you completely from Dunder.

Asking for help reveals strength

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Dunder.com is operated by MT SecureTrade Limited, a company incorporated under the laws of Malta with registration number C56545 and registered address at GB Buildings, Penthouse, Watar Street, Ta’ Xbiex XBX 1301, Malta. MT SecureTrade Limited is licensed and regulated by the Malta Gaming Authority under the licences: MGA/CL1/954/2014 (issued on 19 May 2014) and MGA/CL1/955/2014 (issued on 19 May 2014). MT SecureTrade is also licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission under the licence: 039575-R-319439-002 (issued on 13 August 2015).

If you want to get in touch with us, drop us an email at help(at)dunder.com.

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