gambler


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better

risk-taker

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Synonyms for gambler

one who bets

one who speculates for quick profits

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someone who risks loss or injury in the hope of gain or excitement

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Based on these factors, the IRS contended that Boneparte was not a professional gambler but instead a casual gambler.
The gambler becomes consumed by panic, desperation and paranoia, resulting in self-centeredness and isolation.
3%) problem Internet gambler had a gambling debt of under MOP$500, and five pathological Internet gamblers (71.
It can only accomplish that by attracting either more gamblers, or existing gamblers to part with more cash.
In other words, the gambler will need to win their stake back plus at least 22 per cent just to stand still," said Mr Brown.
Their thought processes are so messed up, that even if they've been a gambler for three, four, five or 10 years, and it hasn't worked out, they all say, 'All I need is a win, a big win'.
Poker has arrived, again, after a long period of dormancy, and it's not just for riverboat gamblers anymore.
Neal Jordan's The Good Thief (2002) casts Nick Nolte as a sympathetic gambler who pays his debts by burgling famous art, and Wayne Kramer's The Cooler (2003) has William H.
But Gambler's Anonymous UK blasted the casino bosses who placed the add and insisted Gamblers Anonymous had nothing to do with it.
There's the chronic gambler whose only luck is bad, indentured to the sociopathic casino boss whose own sentimental attachment to the ``glorious'' days of the precorporate, mega resort Sin City is the tough guy's Achilles heel.
By the time the deal was cemented, Maharg said, New Yorker Abe Attel, the former featherweight champion, and Boston gambler Joseph "Sport" Sullivan were involved in raising the necessary money, which they ultimately obtained from Arnold Rothstein, head of one of New York's largest gambling syndicates.
A score of 3 or more indicates that a person is at least a problem gambler, and less than 3, a non-problem gambler.
In designing a profile of "the current gambler," that is, someone who had gambled at least once in the preceding 12 months, the researchers used a device based on 20 criteria of the American Psychiatric Association to diagnose pathological gambling.
The typical problem gambler story goes something like this: Mr.