A lot of guys giving you good advice itt. All I can say is I know for a fact that most bettors hate losing more than they love winning. These are the times where you feel the worst about yourself. If you need to take time off, then do it, but there's also other options like lowering your average bet size and definitely focus on learning to try to be more disciplined. I still chase and over bet at times but it's a lot less worse than in my earlier days of gambling years ago. Almost every successful bettor that I know has lost a ton of money and ruined their bankroll at least one time before. I've heard horror stories you can't imagine with poker players and sports bettors, it's terrible but you live and you learn. Just know that the worst mistake you can make is chasing when you're losing (like betting double your last stake if you lose, you just can't do that if you want to make money) and not get carried away with the amount you risk on fights/games. Either way keep your head up, you'll be alright, it's not the end of the world, although I know it's depressing as fuck, but now you have to start lowering your unit size now that you lost so much of your bankroll, and start trying your best to stay more disciplined when you bet, it's the hardest thing to do when it comes to gambling but it's also the most important. I don't care what anyone says, everybody fucks up bad at some point, hopefully you learn from it and make it all back and more. GL in the future buddy.