Responsible gaming is done for limited amounts of time, both in frequency and duration.
Responsible gamblers understand that gambling by its nature entails risk and that the odds of winning are with the house.
Responsible gaming always has predetermined, acceptable limits for losses.
Slot machines operate randomly at all times. There is no such thing as a “hot” or “cold” slot machine.
Because the odds always favor the house, the longer or faster a person plays a casino game, the more a person should expect to lose.
Any money spent on gambling should be considered the cost of entertainment. You should only gamble with money you can afford to lose.
Gambling is an entertainment activity for adults only. Casino employees: make sure all your customers are at least 21 and have valid identification.
All the games in a casino are games of chance based on random outcomes. There is no ritual or lucky charm that can influence the outcome of any casino game.
With few exceptions, it is important to remember that the house continues to have a statistical advantage even against a skillful player.
Responsible gamblers never gamble while drinking excessively, or as a means to cope with tragedy.