Did Geoffrey Chaucer really have a gambling addiction?

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Posted Glen Moore edited answer

Did Geoffrey Chaucer really have a gambling addiction?

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Glen Moore Glen Moore edited answer

When I was younger, I liked the idea to make easy money without any hours of works. My dream came true because now I bet only on sport in which I am an expert. I played tennis when I was younger and I know everything about it and all the players, too. The problem is that now there are a lot of bet sites and many of us don’t know what to chose. I will advise you the https://yaboclub.asia/sg/sportsbook because it has the best odds than others and moreover, your money are safe all the time. For me, bet is like a job.

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Charle Charle edited answer

I can’t say for sure and nobody can because he can hide this thing and he can play in an online casino. I love to play in judi ovo and I have my system how to play, plus I have self-control. I don’t understand how other people have dependencies for this, because when I see that I lose, I leave the game.

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Robert

You know I believe that gambling is only necessary in public institutions, not online. I read about www.cherchehotel.com/cherche-casino-our-slot-machines this casino is the most interesting for me. I generally like to stay in hotels in which there are gambling establishments.

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Mark Towers

I can’t say for sure and nobody can. We are not psychiatrists to define whether he is addicted or not. I don’t even know which games he plays. For example, I gamble and my mother finds me addicted while I am not. So, she just didn’t read the information about Baccarat and she doesn’t know that I can’t be addicted.

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This is an invention for the writers of “A Knights Tale” who brought in a fictional character called “Geoffrey Chaucer” in a film that was loosely based on the real Chaucer’s “The Knights Tale” – Chaucer was however at one time accused of “raptus” (but not convicted) – no-one is quite sure what this crime was, rape or kidnapping or both or something else

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