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New York Times article about fantasy sports and online gambling

Discussion in 'Casino Industry Discussion' started by GrandMaster, Oct 21, 2015.

    Oct 21, 2015
  1. GrandMaster

    GrandMaster Ueber Meister CAG

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  2. Oct 21, 2015
  3. dunover

    dunover Unofficial T&C's Editor Staff Member CAG PABnononaccred PABnonaccred PABinit mm3 webmeister

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    Excellent. Shows the futility of the US Congress's attempts to ban payments etc. If Congress wasn't in the pockets of casino operators who are afraid of foreign and higher RTP competition, and actually expanded on the NJ ethos, it would benefit all in the long run. Matters could be regulated, the revenues properly taxed and funnelled back into sport etc. Above al 300 million Americans are being told what they can and cannot spend their income on.

    Maybe this is a wake-up call.
     
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  4. Mar 9, 2016
  5. birthdaysuit

    birthdaysuit Dormant account

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    We need less restrictions on gambling and weed and more restrictions on guns.
     
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