Lobbyist: Casinos Want Fair Online Gambling
Lobbyist: Industry wants fair shot at online gambling with tribes, lotteries
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Gambling history facts:
- Poker is derived from the Persian game of "as nar" and was probably based on the dice game "tali", which was played by the Romans.
- U.S. News and World Report did a comparison of crime rates in cities with gambling versus those that do not. The crime rates were significantly higher in the places that allowed gambling.
- At a land-based casino, if your slot machine is malfunctioning, you won't get paid if you win the jackpot! All slot machines have this written on them but many players are not aware of this policy. The casinos have a device which lets them know if a slot machine is malfunctioning or if it's been tinkered with. Your best bet is to stop playing at it and try another.
- The most popular form of charitable gambling is bingo. In California, bingo is the only charitable game that is legal.