Gambling is a passion, fun entertainment, even a smart way to meet new people, participating in exiting matches and tournaments. The challenge and the thrill pump up the adrenaline, for the enjoyment of the player. It's no doubt a roller coaster of fascinating feelings. But when a leisure activity becomes a constant practice and the player puts betting at the centre of his daily routine, then there is a good chance that he may develop compulsive gambling. This psychological disorder may lead to many problems, including losing personal and family savings, with the consequent occurrence of pathological anxiety and depression.