Are you by nature a gambler? Do you enjoy watching Texas hold em tournements on television? Do you plan trips to Vegas or Atlantic City to hit the casinos?
If you go to casinos what games do you play? Do you participate in poker nights with friends or coworkers? Maybe just play the lotto or buy those instant lottery tickets at the gas station once in a while? Perhaps you enjoy the visceral thrills that go along with hanging out with the little old ladies at the bingo parlor?
How about in your work or personal life - do you take any pleasure when bluffing a developer 'fine, see you in court'? Ever take a calculated risk not telling a SO about something you've either done or not done that you know would displease them, on the chance you might not get caught?
I confess I'm luke-warm when it comes to gambling. I don't really enjoy the 'excitement' that comes awaiting uncertain outcomes in most things in life - gives me knots in my stomach more than 'thrills'. I've gambled at a casino only once in my life (lost $12), but have participated in poker games a dozen or so times in my lifetime (probably broke even big picture).
I will admit I frequently play the lotto, but only because an enthusiastic coworker always buys the tickets for the office pool, otherwise I probably would not. Maybe once a year or so I'll buy instant lottery tickets when the mood strikes (and usually end up winning a couple bucks). It kills me when you see people enthusiastically playing the lottery only when there's an enormous jackpot (what, it's not worth your time to play getting slightly better odds when the jackpot is a 'paltry' 12 million?)