"Gambling" Essays and Research Papers

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    Freshman Seminar (DFU) Should N.Y Legalize Casino Gambling? New York should legalize casino gambling in it municipal. Casino is a facility where people go to have fun and earn money. The industry that is responsible for the casino is the gaming industry‚ Casinos are most commonly built near or combined with hotels‚ restaurants‚ retail shopping‚ cruise ships or other tourist attractions site. Casinos are mostly brighten and decorated with lights of colors because it has to attract people to it.

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  • Gambling Addiction

    Josh Eng 113.01 12:30-1:45 Research Report 1 February 7‚ 2012 Gambling Addiction A few years back my brother‚ Zach‚ started gambling. He started out with the small poker tables at a friend’s house. He would make a few dollars here and there‚ so he thought he could beat anyone. Zach thought he was untouchable‚ he thought he could be the system. It did not matter what it was. He thought he could beat it‚ from poker to roulette to betting on sports. He believed that he would win every time.

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  • Is Gambling Immoral?

    In my culture‚ the somewhat money-orientated Chinese culture‚ gambling is nothing but daily entertainment‚ something to occupy yourselves with over a cup of tea or some rice wine with friends‚ a must-do during family get-togethers on Chinese New Year‚ or a fun activity you see going on under a tree in a random park. That is our version of gambling‚ or Majhong‚ as we call it. However‚ in recent years‚ as the western world invaded Asia‚ more and more “casinos” or “pachinko slots” have started mushrooming

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  • Gambling Essay

    Stock Market Vs. Gambling Jeff Galuardi The difference between gambling and buying stocks of companies is that you are betting on the future of the company and you have records you can research. If something terrible happens to the country‚ like a natural disaster‚ stocks will go down. If the country does well‚ the stock market will most likely go up. The key to doing well in the stock market is to research the companies you are trying to buy stock in. If you just pick a couple random companies

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    Stop gambling Today‚ I’m going to talk about gambling. Nowadays‚ gambling becomes a entertainment in our life. Some people go there just for fun‚ but most people go there for money‚ they think they can make money by gambling. As we known‚ only very few people can make money from gambling‚ the winner always not belong to gamblers‚ so the problem comes out. Most people with gambling problems say they lost control over how much time and money they spend on gambling. Meanwhile‚ they ignored other responsibilities

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    Why Gambling Should be Illegal By amerten‚ Hopedale‚ MA More by this author Email me when amerten contributes work Image Credit: Andy G.‚ Phoenix‚ AZ Did you know that 40% of all problem gamblers started gambling before they were seventeen? Or that problem gambling causes the most suicides out of all the recognized addictions? Even with these facts‚ the most startling truth is that not one federal dollar‚ out of the billions collected in gambling taxes‚ has been spent to treat or help

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  • Legalizing Gambling

    Legalizing Gambling Gambling is legal in many places‚ it’s not either a criminal or dangerous activity provided it is done responsibly‚ and in accordance with the law. Have you ever wagered on a game? If so you were gambling and should have been fined. Lawmakers have decided that it is evil to gamble‚ they have justified it as a means to scam billions from citizens in order to compensate for their mismanagement of tax revenue. They pass laws that could put a taxpayer in jail for placing a single

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  • Legalizing Gambling

    Legalizing Gambling in Ohio Just a decade ago gambling was limited to two cities in the United States‚ Las Vegas and Atlantic City. Today there are only two states that don’t have some form of legalized gambling‚ such as lotteries or bingo. Since commercial casino gambling was legalized in Nevada in 1931‚ the public attitude toward gambling has shifted from prohibition to permissiveness. Pamela M. Prah discovered in 2004‚ that there are "11 states that have commercial casinos‚ six have riverboats

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  • Gambling Outline

    Nick Cortese Research Outline Gambling Thesis: Gambling in society has detrimental effects to people in United States. Topic: I. There are certain types of gambling that people should be aware of. A. Gambling is any bet you make that involves chance‚ a stake‚ and there is a pay-off. “Here is the definition of gamble – to play at any game of chance for stakes‚ to bet on an uncertain outcome” (Brown). “The following three elements must be present for something

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  • History of Gambling

    In modern day America‚ gambling is seen everywhere. Whether it is gambling on a sporting event‚ a horse race‚ a game of cards‚ or any other event‚ it is seen as a common practice among many American citizens. The most popular place for one to gamble is a casino. There are many casinos throughout the country‚ and despite the many critics of such venues‚ these casinos are here to stay for quite some time to come. Starting in 1931‚ Nevada took control of the casino gambling market and held a monopoly

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