Decided to play blackjack at a local bar to kill some time while my wife finished a late night at work. I'm usually in control of myself but tonight was an exception. I bought in for 20 units as usual (I'll use units as my actual $ loss would be insignificant to some on the board...but not to me). That was gone in 20 minutes. This is where I usually walk away. Not tonight. Bought in for another 20 units. That was gone in about 15 minutes. Things have got to change, right? Long story short... finally walked away down 95 units. This was by far my biggest loss at the blackjack table. I'm feeling a mixture of anger and embarrassment at my lack of control at the moment. I fessed up to my wife about my loss right away when we met for dinner. She was a gem and didn't give me a bad time about the loss. Obviously it's still bothering me though. My question is how do you handle a big loss?