Responsible Gambling

At OnlinePoker.Guru, we are committed to promoting responsible gambling practices and ensuring that your gaming experience remains enjoyable and safe. While poker is an exciting and skill-based game, it’s essential to approach it with responsibility and mindfulness. This Responsible Gambling page outlines our commitment to your well-being and offers guidelines to help you gamble responsibly.

Our Commitment

We take responsible gambling seriously and adhere to the following principles:

  1. Age Verification: We do not promote or provide our services to individuals under the legal gambling age in their respective jurisdictions.
  2. Information and Education: We provide information and resources on responsible gambling, including self-assessment tools, to help you make informed decisions.
  3. Limits and Controls: We offer features that allow you to set deposit limits, loss limits, and session time limits to help you manage your gambling activity.
  4. Self-Exclusion: If you feel the need to take a break from gambling, we support self-exclusion options that prevent you from accessing our website for a specified period.
  5. Support and Assistance: We encourage you to seek help if you believe you have a gambling problem. We provide links to organizations that offer support and counseling services.

Responsible Gambling Guidelines

To ensure your poker experience remains enjoyable and responsible, consider the following guidelines:

  1. Set a Budget: Before you start playing, determine how much you can afford to lose and stick to that budget. Never gamble with money you cannot afford to lose.
  2. Set Time Limits: Limit the amount of time you spend playing poker to prevent excessive gambling sessions.
  3. Balance with Other Activities: Ensure that poker does not dominate your life. Maintain a balance with other hobbies, responsibilities, and social activities.
  4. Avoid Chasing Losses: If you experience a losing streak, resist the urge to chase losses by increasing your bets. Accept that losses are part of the game.
  5. Self-Assessment: Periodically assess your gambling behavior using self-assessment tools. Be honest with yourself about your gambling habits.
  6. Self-Exclusion: If you believe you have a gambling problem, consider self-exclusion options to temporarily or permanently restrict your access to online gambling.
  7. Seek Help: If you or someone you know is struggling with problem gambling, seek assistance from professional organizations and support groups specializing in gambling addiction.

Resources for Help

If you or someone you know is experiencing issues with problem gambling, please seek help from reputable organizations:

National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG):

Remember, responsible gambling is about enjoying the game while staying in control.