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    Gambling In Alaska

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    Gambling at the casinos is an enjoyable activity in most US states. Roulette is offered by a high percentage of the US state’s casinos, unfortunately, there are no land based casinos in Alaska that can offer table games such as Roulette. Even the tribal casinos which are available in other states that don’t allow commercial gambling are not present in Alaska. In fact, Alaska is considered to be one of the stricter states in US and excited gamers who like table games and spinning slots have to opt for the online casinos. The closest live gambling casino site in Alaska is an Alaskan cruise ship at sea. There are no online based Alaska casinos as well. They are prohibited as covered by their existing laws. All of the Alaskan online gambling sites…

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    Gambling Regulation

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    works. An issue, however, is the lack of attention given to the debate on gambling. It is an activity that creates serious economic benefit and social costs for both individuals and government, but the state thus far has not enacted clear policy to address it. It is key then to explore what the ideal state policy should be concerning gambling. In this essay I will argue that the state should enforce regulatory policy on gambling to maintain…

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    Gambling is the act of playing games of chance for profit or in simpler words, betting for money. Gambling has long ago become a norm for alternate entertainment throughout the world. This activity is usually played with pokers, slots, roulettes and cards whether in a casino or by online. Gamblers can also be found betting on a sport game. The question is why should we stop gambling? Yes, gambling is one of the shortcuts to get money. Moreover, if the players were professionals, gambling can be…

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    Gambling Essay

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    Gambling has been a part of America’s history as early as the 1600’s. The Puritans, still under the influence of the crown, were allowed to participate in lotteries to help grow the colonies. “All 13 original colonies established lotteries, usually more than one, to raise revenue. Playing the lottery became a civic responsibility… Lottery funds were also used to build churches and libraries” (Dunstan, 1997). As our country expanded west, the lotteries and casinos only grew more popular. As of…

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    Gambling And Stereotypes

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    Individuals attending casinos do not necessarily imply they gamble; for example, they could be working there and trying to make an income for their family. Communities who disapprove of casinos do not realize the positive impacts these casinos can contribute to there communities. Commercial gambling within British Columbia has assisted with more than $1 billion of revenues to further fund health care, education and community programs across the province (Columbia, 2013). British Columbia also…

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    Pathological Gambling

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    Gambling has had a long and deep-rooted history throughout time and even in the founding of the United States. Lotteries were used in the early American colonies to establish and fund themselves along with instituting famous universities, such as Harvard, Yale, and William and Mary to name a few. Beginning in the early 1900’s, states began banning gambling because of its association with corruption and violence. It has long been proposed that gambling from a Christian viewpoint is a sin…

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    Las Vegas Gambling

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    Journalist: How does this shop appeal to Las Vegas? Joey: Our city is based on gambling. This is a real business, a business based around something real. When people come here and spend some of their money they get something in return. You get affordable music and great conversation. I believe Record City gives Las Vegas character. Journalist: What is the craziest thing that has happened in this shop? Joey: There was this lady wrapped in this clear saran wrap, wearing floppy dish gloves, and a…

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    Casino Gambling Ethics

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    service of gambling that is legal but socially irresponsible (Oddo, 1997). Casino gambling influences the economy through the creation of new jobs, encouragement of tourism, growth of income from taxes, and the reduction of the tax burden on the local residents. Even though casinos can create new jobs, they can also cause other businesses to go out of business by removing money from the local economy. On the other hand, casino gambling can increase the high costs of crime, create compulsive…

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    The public gestures by the sports leagues are simply for show as they haven’t taken any significant measures which could actually curb illegal gambling. They could easily block media access from any newspaper, website, or TV station that publishes or references point spreads. However, the days of subtle references to the point spread by Jimmy “the Greek” are long over. Point spreads are openly discussed on TV and published by nearly every newspaper. Likewise, ESPN radio advertises sports…

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    When playing any gambling game, players need a strategy. Not only does a strategy increase their chances of winning, a strategy gives players the opportunity to get organized. Also, it gives players the opportunity to add direction in their bets. Out of all of the betting strategies out there, the Labouchere strategy remains relevant. For years, numerous players use the strategy to the full out extent. Moreover, the Labouchere system uses a cancellation platform when players make their bets. In…

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