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Gambling News and Blog

New York: A Flourishing Gambling State

4 November 2017
New York: A Flourishing Gambling State

During the early part of the nineteenth century, anti-gambling forces decided to make lottery games illegal in New York. By 1840, most of the states didn't have any state lottery. However, it didn't really mean that gambling had ended. There were still so many clubs that operate in New York, though they could be considered as underground. Horse racing was very popular, and somehow, casinos had managed to grow and survive.

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Pokies explained

3 November 2017
Pokies explained

When talking about pokies, only one country comes to mind: Australia. Indeed, the Australian version of machine slot games called pokies has been immensely popular in the country, so much so that this online casino game is always associated with . After all, pokies is the Australian slang for slot machines. Aside from that, most of the biggest and most popular manufacturers of slot machines are Australian companies.

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Gambling Legislation in Alaska

29 October 2017
Gambling Legislation in Alaska

Alaska may be the largest state in the United States in terms of total land area, but despite the number of native tribal governments in the state, there is still limited room for gambling. Several tribes have attempted to establish gaming areas to no avail, as it is met with strong opposition. In 1990, an initiative was placed in the ballot asking permission for casino games with limited stakes to operate in taverns and bars. Forty percent approved while sixty percent of the population disagreed, effectively defeating the initiative.

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Delaware: one of the states with the toughest anti-gambling laws

28 October 2017
Delaware: one of the states with the toughest anti-gambling laws

If you're looking for a state with the harshest anti-gambling laws, Delaware might just be what you're looking for. 1992 was the year when a federal law was passed and states were prohibited sports gambling, but recent developments is posing to change all that for Delaware as legislation is being ushered in where the three casinos of the state can start offering table games for their guests. Until that bill is passed, however, the people of Delaware still have their slot machines to gamble with.

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Gambling Smartly: Do's and Dont's

27 October 2017
Gambling Smartly: Do's and Dont's

Smart play in the casinos can be habit-forming. Keeping your bet size proportionate to your bankroll, choosing games wisely and avoiding chasing losses with bigger bets should be deeply ingrained in any smart player. Unfortunately, not-so-smart play can be habit forming, too. From the things I see walking around the casino, and from the feedback I get from readers, I know there are many who aren't strictly betting with their heads. As we head into 2006, let's review a few do's and don'ts that should be fundamental for any player, habits that help make your trip to the casino fun without gobbling your bankroll: DO learn all you can about the games you choose to play. If you're a blackjack player, learn basic strategy.

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The Intentions Behind Gambling Laws And Enforcement

27 October 2017
The Intentions Behind Gambling Laws And Enforcement

The success of new regulatory systems has recently led many state governments to legalize lotteries on a large scale, thus reversing a century-and-a-half old policy of suppression.

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A Clinical Picture of Pathological Gambling

26 October 2017
A Clinical Picture of Pathological Gambling

There are many different forms of gambling with casinos, betting on horse tracks (legal or not), lotteries, numbers games, cards, dice games, and bingo, which may account for the increasing number of compulsive gamblers. No one can account the real sum that changes hands in legalized gambling, but estimates show that the gamblers in the United States alone lose more than $20 billion annually.

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New South Korea Casino Caters to Foreigners

26 October 2017
New South Korea Casino Caters to Foreigners

A new South Korean casino, that caters to foreigners only, will be launching baccarat, poker, blackjack and roulette table games. The casino will be open year round on a twenty four hour a day basis.

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Playtech Software: Setting the Standard in Online Gambling

26 October 2017
Playtech Software: Setting the Standard in Online Gambling

Download-based casinos rely on good software to run its games. Software is an important element of an online casino. While a land-based casino has pillars, a roof, floor, wooden tables with felt tops and such, casino software represents the interior and exterior of an online casino.

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Playing and owning slots is absolutely forbidden in Nevada

25 October 2017
Playing and owning slots is absolutely forbidden in Nevada

Nebraska is one of the leading ranching and farming states in the country. In fact, it's one of the reasons why it has earned the moniker Cornhusker State. It is also the birthplace of Kool-Aid, and has the biggest train yard in the United States. Nebraska may be known by a lot of things, except a gambling hub.

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Slots Gambling In New Mexico

24 October 2017
Slots Gambling In New Mexico

The year 1997 was significant for the gambling community in New Mexico. It was during this time that tribal casinos become popular, as they were legalized by compacts. In this case, meaning that there are now more casinos that offer slots. Based on the number of casinos one state has, New Mexico places 15th among the 46 states that have casinos.

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Canadians Question Sports Betting Regulation of their Country

23 October 2017
Canadians Question Sports Betting Regulation of their Country

In light of the recent hockey scandal, Canadians are beginning to question their own ambiguous attitude towards sports gambling. Gambling on sporting events is illegal in Canada unless it is through the national lottery, and many Canadians say that it is hypocritical to run the country’s largest gambling operation and, in the next breath, condemn professional sports gambling bookies. Many also say that the government’s attitude toward sports gambling may lead the country in a dangerous direction.

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Capitol Hill Aims to Undo Abramoff’s Lobbying Impact on Gambling Legislation

23 October 2017
Capitol Hill Aims to Undo Abramoff’s Lobbying Impact on Gambling Legislation

Now that lobbyist Jack Abramoff has been removed from any position of public influence, lawmakers on Capitol Hill are beginning to pick up the pieces of the legislation that the corrupt lobbyist had worked to defeat.

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