Many Gambling Americans Don’t Understand Gambling

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The US National Council on Problem Gambling shared the main results of a large study in the country of gambling. A public survey of 28,000 people was conducted for him. The council hopes that the results will be used by organizations associated with the gambling industry to better understand public sentiment in the States, where large-scale legalization of gambling is taking place. In particular, according to the National Council, bettors are more problematic than non-sports bettors – they lie, for example, to hide this hobby and rely on other people to pay their betting accounts. Players under the age of 35 are at greater risk of problem gambling than their older counterparts. Many of the surveyed Americans who are addicted to gambling do not understand their principles and rules. As My Lucky Story wrote, earlier the National Council on Problem Gambling issued recommendations to bookmakers, university authorities and state authorities to prevent problems with gambling. Earlier it was reported that a group of scientists from the United States and Canada, based on the results of a five-year study, did not establish a relationship between the opening of new gambling houses and the emergence of problem gambling. Recall that in the United States, the authorities demanded the immediate demolition of the Boardwalk casino building in Atlantic City, which previously belonged to former President Donald Trump.

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