Executive Teams

Even the best executive teams need to invest time developing their group dynamics. Put your best people in one decision-making unit, and chances are that sooner or later people fall back on old habits and rely on learned behaviors. Traditional learning with a high-pressure executive team working through pervasive, deep-rooted challenges won’t do. We take a more tailored approach.

Section 1. How to Play Responsibly

  • Only deposit what you can afford to lose.
  • Never chase your losses, as this can lead to problems.
  • Balance playing with other activities.
  • Monitor the amount of time you spend playing.
  • Think about how much time and money you should spend on playing.
  • Take regular breaks from gaming. Gaming continuously can cause you to lose track of time and perspective. Also, playing without breaks over long periods of time could affect your performance and could negatively impact hand-eye coordination, balance, and multi-tasking ability.
  • If your hands, wrists, arms, eyes or other parts of Your body become tired or sore while playing, or if you feel symptoms such as tingling, numbness, burning or stiffness, stop and rest before playing again. If you continue to have any of these above symptoms, please stop playing IMMEDIATELY and consult a doctor.
  • Do not play when under the influence of alcohol or when you are upset or depressed, or under peer-pressure as it can impair decision-making.
  • Give yourself plenty of room to play and always be aware of your surroundings.
  • Control your surroundings and movements at all times when playing the game to ensure that you don’t injure yourself, any other persons, damage any property etc.
  • Any playing of the games is at your own risk and Nirlopa Industries shall not be liable for any death, injury or health consications resulting from your use of the Platform.

Section 2. Problematic gaming signs and warnings, when you should take a break from gaming.

  • Having arguments with family or friends about money and gaming.
  • Losing interest in your usual activities or hobbies, like going out with friends or spending time with your family.
  • Always thinking or talking about gaming.
  • Gaming until all your money is gone.
  • Borrowing money, selling possessions or not paying bills in order to fund your account.
  • Needing to play with larger amounts of money or for a longer time to get the same feeling of excitement or buzz.
  • Neglecting work, university, family, personal needs or household responsibilities because of gaming
  • Feeling anxious, worried, guilty, depressed or irritable.

Section 3. Understanding and acknowledging the Facts not Myths.

*The more you play, the more likely it is you will win.
*Knowing a game will increase your wins.
*If you keep playing long enough, you will eventually win all your money back.
You can increase your wins only by understanding how the game work, its rules and any relevant game strategies, but you can’t guarantee the outcome without practicing. Games playing for longer will not increase the likelihood of winning. Practicing will.
To practice try playing the games without including money. No matter how well you know a game or a sport without practice you cannot account for a win. After all, we can acknowledge that no two games are the same, even when the same participants are playing in the same rooms, chances of seeing same moves are less. BONUS Fact
Keeping track of previous used skills, strategies and acknowledging results, practicing without money in a match or room of a certain game can help you figure out the next moves much better, in the same game improving your skills.

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