Types of Gambler (Part 2)

The percentage of the online gambler keep increasing nowadays is because more online gamble website has been created. Other than Social Gamblers and Frequent Gambler (also known as "heavy" and "serious" gambling).
The main reason of a person will become a gambler is because they wish to earn more money in a short time and they do believe in their luck. This week i will going to explain 2 more types of gamblers:

Problem Gambler
-Gambling results at least one negative consequence to the gambler or person in their life, this would include relationship problems.
-Money used to gamble with should be otherwise allocated to other things.
-There might be family discord regarding the time or amount spent gambling.
-The gambling may diminish work performance or ability to focus on work fully.
-Long term goals and ambitions are sometimes replaced by gambling.
-Usually the gambler can and does quit or stop for periods of time, and may do so to "prove" that they do not have a problem.
-Often there is some degree of intolerance to losing as demonstrated by mood swings after a loss, or chasing the loss to get even.
-Problem gamblers may deny that any problem is occurring despite the observations of others.
-There may be attempts to hide or minimize gambling behavior.
-Often thinks of gambling as a second job or a viable source of revenue; they may aspire to be professional gamblers.
-May try to earn money needed for daily living by gambling, and in the process get into financial jams.
-Time spent gambling exceeds what an outsider would think is reasonable.
-Unless the gambler is affluent, money may be occasionally borrowed from other people or credit cards.
-Problem gamblers often temporarily quit gambling after a big loss and will resume once their finances have stabilized.
-Often viewed as being a "regular" at gambling establishments, staff may know their name and they receive comps, these comps, or other reward programs foster more gambling.
-The severity of the problem does not meet the full criteria for a diagnosis of pathological gambling as defined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Psychiatry, DSM-IV™ (a copy is provided in the assessment section) but they often have between 1 and 3 symptoms (a sign).

Professional Gambler:

Professional Gambler:
-Rarely loses control when placing bets.
-Gambling is methodical and planned (e.g., a professional horse gambler may not bet on every race).
-Maintain discipline and refrain from impulsive betting
-Accept financial losses without chasing to win them back.
-Professional gamblers do not meet the DSM-IV criteria for pathological gambling, but may have a couple of symptoms (e.g. preoccupation).
-Gambling is their primary source of income.
-Most problem and pathological gamblers fantasize about being a professional gambler or mistakenly believe that they are, there are very few true professional gamblers.
-Many professional gamblers will eventually evolve in to problem or pathological