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    LEGALISING BETTING IN SPORTS Chapter-1 Introduction Neither gambling nor its disapproval are new concepts. Leftist critics have always viewed gambling as a heavy economic burden on the backs of the working class while social conservatives continue to view gambling as a disease whose painful symptoms effect all sections of civil society. In 1852 Charles Dickens a prominent a social commentator devoted an entire magazine article gambling. Fifteen years later, the Fyodor Dostoyevsky wrote the autobiographical

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    the “New World”, and created gambling in America. Settlers brought with them the view that gambling was a harmless diversion. In these colonies, gambling was a popular and accepted activity. Legal gambling tended to be those types that were considered gentlemen-like. For example, it took a long time for cock fighting and prize-fighting to become legal because it was not considered a suitable gentlemen’s’ game. Although the financial backers of the colonies viewed gambling as a source of the colonies'

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    There are many factors that contribute to games and gambling. Many people don’t realize how much of a toll gaming and gambling takes on their lives both physically and financially. Most of modern games have something what’s called “house advantage”. The “house advantage” is when there is an element in the game that gives a certain player an advantage to win. Overtime, games (specifically gambling) have had a great impact on society. Gambling has dilapidated the lives of many citizens and still continues

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    Gambling, while it lowers taxes and creates jobs, it also causes addicts to lose money and therefore creates a higher crime rate.A Quick History of Gambling.Gambling was a popular pastime in North America long before there was ever a United States. Playing cards and dice were brought over by both the British and the Dutch. By the end of the 17th century, just about every countryseat in colonial America had a lottery wheel. Cockfighting flourished thoughout the countries, especially in the South.

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    The history of gambling in the United States shows how the public and the government assess the progression of the lottery and gambling. In 1984, all forms of gambling accounted for less than $15 billion in revenues. In 1995, these gambling activities generated $55.3 billion in revenues, nearly a 400 percent increase in 11 years. Gambling had become the largest component of the American entertainment industry. There have been five waves of gambling activity that have occurred in US history. The first

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    Gambling "Just one more pull, only one more dollar. Anytime now this machine is sure to pay off big!" This is an example of the chatter you may hear if standing along a row of slot machines, or "one arm bandits" as some like to call them. You might find yourself in the midst of a diverse crowd. There are people celebrating their birthdays, and couples celebrating retirement. You see anxious people putting nickels in slot machines, and you see others risking thousands on a hand of poker

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    the bar scene, individuals view gambling as a relaxing and entertaining past time. However, we recently encountered an article by Pathlights entitled “The Case Against Gambling”. Apparently what we thought was a fun night out, is causing otherwise good citizens to perish under the gambling system. Are we looking at gambling the wrong way? In Gambling There Are No Winners In the article by Pathlights it is made quite clear the major claim is that gambling is impoverishing America. We are

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    Gambling "Gambling is defined as risking money or something of value on the outcome of an event involving chance when probability of winning or losing is less than certain."[i] Over the past ten years, Ontario has undergone a dramatic change in gambling attitudes. Since the legalization of gambling in Ontario in 1994, there has been an explosion of gambling opportunities for the public

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    Statistics and Gambling According to Dictionary.com the definition of statistics is “The science that deals with the collection, classification, analysis, and interpretation of numerical facts or data, and that, by use of mathematical theories of probability, imposes order and regularity on aggregates of more or less disparate elements.” We see statistics is our everyday lives, especially in places you would not expect to see it. One place statistics is majorly seen is in gambling. Gambling is pretty

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    Gambling As time marches on into the twenty first century, gambling has become an increasing problem in the United Sates. The continuing problem has hurt the lives of many often leading to actions such as suicides. The problem with gambling today is it is not taken as a serious problem by the American world. According to Richard Wilhelm, it is thought of as “ a recreational hobby that has little negative affects”(2). Little does much of the public know that gambling is a serious addiction that

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