After you've exhausted your lines of credit and locked yourself out of your accounts you may decide to turn to using your Paypal account to gamble.
In all but a handful of countries this is against their ToS but for a seasoned gambling addict there are ways around it.
Most of these involve transferring from your PP to a different eWallet or currency, such as uKash, however a word of warning if you decide to go this route;
No reputable business will trade Paypal for anything without at least a 7 day cooling off period. If you DO find somewhere that offers instant conversions, it is a scam. I would list sites here that are scams but it's easier for me to list the ones that aren't scams:
They will "process" your order, there will then be some problem with processing, they'll make something up, and they will tell you to file a Paypal Claim to get your money back.
Sounds fair enough right?
Nope, As soon as you file a claim and tell Paypal it was for a non-tangible (virtual) item, they will side with the seller, as the PP buyer protection policy does not cover these goods.
So if you have still done this and find yourself reading this, file an Unauthorized Transaction dispute instead.