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  • User Description: Why do we have all this talk about legalized gambling? Why can't states create tax based gaming and let the residents make some money? What is the difference between a bet on a horse race and a bet on a baseball game? How do gambling be both enjoyable and rewarding? It seems that the only answer is money.The argument for legalized gaming falls flat when you realize that people that are addicted to gambling aren't making any money. Casinos gambling isn't legal in Nevada and Atlantic City, New Jersey; if other nations follow their lead, why not follow their example. States appear to have less moral concern about legalized gambling, as noticed the proliferation of cardrooms and craps, also known as rollback or blackjack tables. Gambling addiction is a issue, and people who do it at the casinos, obviously don't care how it's made easy.The argument for not allowing gambling in the states is sound, however you will find some merit points to consider as well. How would all of the winners on college sports teams be financially rewarded if they won a world championship and then went on to make millions in endorsements? It seems illogical to benefit these players and their paycheck with such a large quantity of free money. 먹튀검증 Additionally, college sports is a really unique industry where the skills of the players and fans are extremely unique. I feel there should be an equal chance for all players to be paid equally, and I would think that the U.S. should follow the rest of the world and create a sports lottery. This way everyone who plays in the U.S. would share in the prosperity produced by the college sports industry.In all seriousness though gaming is now an issue in america and we can't ignore it any longer. I would like to see the government regulate gambling because it is causing problems and is now a massive problem in our country. Whether you agree or not gambling is wrong, however, the solution should not be placing more individuals in debt, which is what is happening now, or creating still another industry where the winners get bailed out by the winners of this new gaming market. I would suggest that the solution is to make gambling illegal and allow the free market to solve the issue.Now then, let us look at the merit of being a gambling demerit. If you are saying that you are not good at gambling then you're most likely just saying that to try to hide something. It is the simple truth. Now then, if you're saying that you are good at gambling then maybe you're a Gambler. That is a whole different thing.What I am trying to say is that all of the successful gamblers as well as the very best organized crime gangs in this country will also be problem gamblers. Is that what I meant? I'd say that if you're saying you are not a Gambler, then I'd say you are a Gambler that's made it large and successful by gaming the system rather than by playing fair. I'm telling you there is an entire industry of people that are very good at gambling, but they're good at covering up their gambling problem, and if you find them they will tell you it is not real gambling, though it is.Problem gamblers, organized crime syndicate leaders, drug kingpins, and many other types of problem gamblers are very good at covering up their dependence, which is the reason why they are those that the government wants to lock up. They could cover up for a long time and it will not matter one bit since they're in control of the gambling in this country. Problem gamblers aren't the problem, they are the solution. The solution to solving the problem of gambling in our country is stopping the gambling industry from creating more problem gamblers.Since the introduction of slot machines to casinos all over this country, problem gamblers have turned to card counters to help them win the pot. The problem with this is the problem gamblers fall into the trap of thinking they are actually gambling. This is since they are not thinking logically, and they become a circle quickly wherein they spend more money and win less money. But what they do not realize is that this only increases the quantity of money they need to gamble, which means more chance of losing everything again. So rather than calling their family and friends and confessing their dependence to problem gambling, these problem gamblers go into another casino and continue to lose more money, until they eventually do decide to seek support from a professional gambler.

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