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Are you saying that the wording of your agreement does not cover bonuses?
If your agreement gave them the right to refuse any payments then they have the discretion to refuse the payment.
This is based on contract law. You made a contract and so are bound by it. If the wording is not that clear then it would make sense to have a lawyer read the contract to see if the lawyer sees some way around it.
But based on what you've said you made this agreement to help yourself, gambled anyway and now want to get the money you agreed not to take in an effort to help yourself from gambling so it's hard to see how you can say this is not what the agreement says because the agreement would have no meaning if you can compel them to pay you if you win. Do you see what I mean?