The gambler realised time was short. And he needed money. So he threw the dice, and won. Thus he managed to scrape past that particular situation.
Some time later, he needed a quick fix again. So he threw the dice and once again he got lucky. After setting his affairs in order, he still had some left over.
So he spent it all.
The nature of the gambler is that whenever he wins something, he will use it to play for ever bigger stakes. You can never expect him to save his winnings and invest in the future.
But you can't throw the dice and expect to get 6 every time. And sometimes, when you throw a bad number, the consequences can be bad.
And this time, the gambler has thrown all ones.
God save the gambler....