Greetings and peace be with you shaikahmad;
I stopped and I came out of addiction.But still my losses chasing but right now I dont want to do any thing wrong action other than praying allah.
I am so sorry to hear your story, whatever you do, you must stop gambling now, even though there is a temptation to keep chasing your losses.
My uncle was a wealthy man, he ran a fleet of 25 lorries and warehouses, he had a big house in acres of ground with a stable block, that was back in the 1950's. He went to a casino one night and won a lot of money. From that moment on, he thought he could earn a fortune gambling. He lost his business, house and wife. He gambled for the rest of his life and died a poor man five years ago, with nothing to his name, he was still hoping to come up with a formula to beat the odds.
He was an incredibly clever man, and had started off in life as an accountant, he should have known better. The bookies set the odds, if you gamble to their rules, they will always win. But winning money, or thinking you can win money is the worst thing possible with gambling. We could all see he was doing wrong, but he would not listen.
Draw a line under your loss, that is the most that you have lost, now is the time to build yourself up, it sounds as if you have a good job.
I like the advice from Adam, start again, volunteer, help people in need, and you will find a greater wealth, this will bring you closer to Allah, rather than having money in the bank.