Responsible gaming

The team has a special passion for the crash gambling entertainment genre to which Lucky jet game belongs. However, we strongly believe that it is important to maintain a healthy attitude towards gambling. We recommend that all players, regardless of experience or level, adhere to the principles of responsible gambling so that gambling remains an enjoyable pastime and hobby and does not lead to negative consequences.

How to determine that you are in the risk zone

Time flies by quickly, and it's just as easy to lose control and become at risk. A healthy confidence in your own control is great and helps a lot in entertainment where it's easy to give in to emotions. However, there are times when overconfidence creates blind spots and a person loses touch with reality without noticing it. We suggest that you read this article to the end, even if you do not encounter it. We will be very happy for you to play for fun and it will not harm your life.

  • Do you gamble a lot more than you thought you would?
  • Playing with credit?
  • Trying to hide or conceal your gambling losses?
  • Have your personal relationships deteriorated or your distance from loved ones increased?
  • Are there problems in your life that you are trying to hide or use gambling to hide?
It is important that you answer honestly. If you answered yes to any of the questions, it's a sign that you may be in a danger zone. In our experience, it is a good idea to take some time off. It will also help if you are free to explore the situation from different angles.

What to do if you find yourself in the risk zone?

There are several options that can help, depending on the level of your gambling problem.

Option 1.

Who fits:

  • You don't gamble often.
  • Sometimes you bet more than is reasonable.
  • Sometimes you gamble more than you should.

What to do:

Set limits in advance. Please do not set or adjust limits during play when you are emotionally charged. It is best to set limits before you start playing. Your deposit limits, betting limits, stop loss - whatever you feel you need, put it there.

Option 2.

Who fits:

  • You play frequently (more than 2-3 times a week).
  • Do not notice how your odds are increasing.
  • Do not notice how you lose all or most of what you brought in.
  • You are often haunted by the thought that you know the casino's algorithm and are sure to win back in the next round.

What to do:

Take a 1 month break. Give yourself time to reboot and do more active things in your life.

Option 3.

Who fits:

  • None of the above has helped.
  • You feel like you're being sucked into a vortex.
  • What to do:

    Block access to the online casino yourself or ask a loved one to help you. This can be done at any gambling establishment. You will need to fill out a request form.

    Useful Resources

    Gambling is a great way to experience vivid emotions and excitement, but it is good to remember the risks. We can give you recommendations on what to do in this or that case, but your responsibility is in your hands and nothing will work without your participation.

    It is also worth mentioning that unfortunately there are cases when the player does not help and his own strength is not enough to fix the situation. In this case, we strongly recommend that you seek professional help. There are organizations in every country that provide support and assistance to people with a gambling addiction.

    Recommended organizations that have been proven over time:

    You can apply directly on the site. If you feel more comfortable getting help offline, you can find an organization in your city.


    Thank you for familiarizing yourself with the principles of responsible gaming. We believe that with the right approach, gambling entertainment can be a great way to spend your free time and experience quality emotions. Play for money that is not critical to you and you are calmly prepared to lose. If you feel you are getting sucked in, take a break. Play responsibly.
    It is all in your hands. Good luck to you!