I like the spirit. But I would caution against using divination for things you don’t really have an interest in knowing, or repeating the same question too much (which itself causes one to lose interest).
I, and others, have found that this can lead to divination being inaccurate. It’s very difficult for people to divine the stock market, for example, as they get mixed results on it as divination must be done very frequently. The same should be true of trying to divine any gambling frequently.
I myself have had experience in this. When I started practicing divination, I tried divining the dice rolls on a certain video game, and found mixed results, but when I divined other questions I had infallible accuracy. I’ve also done divination on non-gambling things and more normal life things and experienced the divination also becoming innacurate after I lose my focus and interest.
This has to do with how divination works through our Soul and its relationship with the Soul of the World. The Heavenly cycles rule over our spirit and emotions, and so with this, it is like we are raised to ask a certain question at a particular moment through means such as Tarot or Omens, and because of the wonderful harmony between all things, we are able to divine accurately. So naturally, when we lose that interest, and our questions become vain, so too, do our readings become the same.
However, don’t let this scare you into checking if you’re serious about the question or not. I’ve always loved to do divination for fun. As Christopher Cattan, the 16th Century master of Geomancy says, Geomancy is also an art recreative. So with this, he gives a method to divine what anyone is thinking at any particular time. I find if you want to divine the question, then it is accurate. Just be sure that you do not divine something such as gambling so frequently that you lose interest in it (and, you will see that this is something subtle and happens fast), or especially do not divine the same question twice. Even our traditional texts advise against casting a reading for the same question multiple times, but I find this is fine if you genuinely believe you made a mistake (and don’t be scared that you did if you are new. I find often times, when a reading is repeated for this reason, both readings are in near perfect harmont).