Women are luckier gamblers than men, winning more often, whilst men are bigger risk takers Friday 18 May 2018 PDF Print women are luckier when it comes to betting and win more than their male counterparts. However, men take bigger risks as compared to women. London, UK – May 18, 2018. A recent study conducted by CasinoBiggestBonus.com indicates that women are luckier when it comes to betting and win more than their male counterparts. However, men take bigger risks as compared to women. In a questionnaire sent to newsletter subscribers of CasinoBettingBonus.com seeking to find out current trends in gambling, a total of 2,457 participants responded to the survey. Findings of the study showed that men gamble more than women. On average, 28% of men reported having gambled that week while only 11 percent of women said they had gambled. The survey further showed that men risked more than women. 10 percent of the male participants reported gambling with over £1,000 a week while only one percent of the women fell into that bracket. On average women reported making more winnings as compared to men. 32 percent of the male respondents reported they win between one and three times in a week while 27 percent reported winning less than 41 percent in a week. In contrast winnings among men are way less. 32 percent responded that they win between 1 to 3 times in a week while only 27 percent said they won between three to five times in a week. In comparison to women, men reported gambling more. 59 percent of male respondents said they had never gambled in their life while 83 percent of the women respondents said they had never gambled. Majority of the male respondents said online companies were doing enough in managing the gambling problem while only a third of the female respondents reported the same. Majority of the respondents among both the male (56%) and female (77%) reported to having never lied their betting outcome to friends and family. John Pentin, Editor in Chief of CasinoBiggestBonus.com, had this to say about the findings of the study: “It’s interesting to see how gambling has different effects based on gender. Similarly to driving women tend to be more careful and get the best results overtime while men are more impulsive and are the joy of gambling companies. As if this wasn’t enough it is surprising and a bit concerning to see that most men have the tendency to lie about the outcome of their bets which could be a sign of the start of a gambling problem!” Marco Narardi BSpin Limited firstname.lastname@example.org 07572 189281 This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Betting Spin in the following categories: Men's Interest, Leisure & Hobbies, Women's Interest & Beauty, for more information visit https://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.