Should you give a spouse who is a gambling addict a second chance?

To me, a gambler is as bad as a raging alcoholic or drug addict. He may not  be a bad person, but as a spouse, what could be worse? The thing with gambling like any other addiction is that it’s always there, lying latently, ready to come out and raise its ugly head at the wrong time. Gamblers wreck lives. They wreck dreams. The good thing is, I don’t hear of people being out of control gamblers as much as I do of people being addicts of alcohol or drugs or other stuff like that. Maybe I’m insulated from that world, I  don’t know. But I don’t really know anybody who is a gambler. And so I don’t know what it’s really like, although I can guess it can be pretty frustating and…upsetting…I guess.
Should you give this person a second chance? It’s hard to say. It depends on what they’ve done, how badly they messed up, what was lost, what was at stake, how many other chances they’ve been given. I just think at some point, you have to draw the line no matter how hard it is. It’s not like you don’t love the person anymore. It’s not like you don’t wish em well. But addicition is a very dark thing. It can consume your own life; change the trajectory of your life, even if you are not the addict. Addicts need to find their own peace.  And sometimes that takes a lifetime. In the meantime, why should another person be taken to hell with them? I don’t advocate that.
I am all for the forever marriage. But some things are dealbreakers. I think this may be one of them. What do you think?