gambler


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risk-taker

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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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Commissioner." Ultimately, this treatment under the revised version of IRC section 165(d) negates the ability of a taxpayer to generate a loss in excess of gambling gains, especially if the taxpayer is a professional gambler.
When completing his 2012 and 2013 federal income tax returns, he prepared a Schedule C, Profit or Loss From Business, with "professional gambler" shown as his business or profession.
The gambler becomes consumed by panic, desperation and paranoia, resulting in self-centeredness and isolation.
A total of PS893 per gambler was lost in the county during 2013 - PS12 more than Cardiff which had the second highest rate of losses.
This largely occurs through lost time and productivity, or in desperate situations the gambler may resort to theft, fraud or embezzlement.
Excessive gambling can adversely affect the gambler, his family and the wider society.
Comment OF THE DAY AS a compulsive gambler, now attending Gamblers Anonymous, I'd like to warn of the dangers and how easily one can become addicted.
None of the recreational Internet gamblers had any debts in the past year, whereas one (33.3%) problem Internet gambler had a gambling debt of under MOP$500, and five pathological Internet gamblers (71.4%) had gambling debts ranging from MOP$500 to MOP$3,500.
There is no shortage of concern with the "problem gambler" in contemporary gambling studies, but the bulk of this work is dominated by psychologists, for whom the gambler appears as a carrier of cognitive distortions or a statistic of problem behaviors.
By encouraging gambling, its prime function for the owners is the removal of cash from the gambler.
The cost can soon mount up: an online gambler racking up pounds 5,000-worth of debt on a credit card at a 22 per cent cash advance rate will repay at least pounds 1,100 per year in interest unless they clear the debt.
Currie Ph.D., The Gambler Romancing Lady Luck: A Jungian Exploration is a one-of-a-kind examination of gambling from a Jungian perspective.
6 listed an incorrect time for a Gambler's Anonymous meeting.
Another gambler can sniff out irrational thinking and say directly: "You're slipping; you want to get back into the action."
JANET MEISENBACH knows the mindset of an addicted gambler well.