I wasn't giving out any advice to anybody here. I was asking a question.
And I am actually a successful gambler. When online poker was still legal in the US, I was quite profitable.
I use game theory, statistics, math and psychology to win at poker, and I try to apply many of the same techniques to my stock trading.
You trade however you want, and I'll trade however I want.
Playing the stock market is a little different than gambling in a poker game. There's no bluffing in the stock market. You can't apply game theory in playing the stock market since you aren't looking at your opponents. All you are doing is looking at trends and some statistical probability, but do you run SAS or some other predictive analytics application when you decide what and when to buy?
If you want to play Liar's Dice, I'm always up for a rousing game, but I don't cheat and look at my own dice while I play the game. :-)