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John Hopkins Study Reveals How Gamblers Make Risky Decisions

According to a new study from John Hopkins University, gamblers are more likely to take risks and place big bets after winning several times. This is despite the fact that they might be facing long odds. This reflects the findings of the study that people start creating internal biases that influence how they make risky decisions. Gamblers usually take into account the most recent events and not look at the big picture.

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