The other day, I was contacted by an eBook writer with a new game eBook on Amazon, made to Kindle Users, he asked if I would like to request it. Alan Samontes latest book about gambling Gambling System That Works sounds interesting, and I think hes moving a real thrill here. It is as if we recently seen some growth in the number of players out there in recent months.
In fact, Ive seen fascinating retirees on slot machines, which were taken by busload, Asian tourists and high-rollers. I have also visited the outskirts of Las Vegas where Shanty Towns resembles the pictures in the Pay It Forward movie and I have game addicts, like those who love to have some fun in moderation, so my experiences and observations actually drive the gambit. Nevertheless, things seem to increase in the gaming world, so I can only guess.
Min konklusion er at økonomien og fremtidsperspektiver for fremtiden er årsagen til nogle af dette. Of course, the rest is just good casino marketing, branding, and all special offers, player clubs and incentives. For those who just like having some fun and not blowing it or playing beyond their means, this is a great way to entertain. For others, yes, of course there are some sad stories out there, but to be as we live in a free country, we must also understand the choice.
Why do I see games on the rise? Well, it seems everywhere I look, in the media, online and in the real world, there is growth in the gambling industry, and its very competitive not only in the United States but world wide - not just in the real world but online TOO.
Recently in Japan Todays magazine, there was a story about how Japan wants to open gambling in the country saying that the government needs the money and can tax revenues, rather than losing Japanese travels to Macau, Singapore and Las Vegas.
There have been reports that the US Congress can give pressure to online games in the United States, as they clean up the current illegal online gaming sector first. For example, WSJ had an article Gambling Site Bodog Shut Down under the crackdown and US Shuts Sports Betting Site, the founder of Bodog, published February 28, 2012.
It was a cool article in the Atlanta Business Journal on Leap Day 2012 titled; The developer proposes $ 1 billion game complex, written by Carla Caldwell, who said that a GA Developer wants to build a hotel, theater and a game floor with 7,500 video game machines, which can generate $ 350 million annually for the states fierce HOPE Scholarship program. state legislators are looking for ways to help HOPE, proposals do not typically propagate support.
There was another segment on CBS News on March 1, 2012 titled; Florida House voted to ban so-called Internet Cafes, which discussed how people went online at online coffee shops and betting online, which violates FL and US Law for people to do it while the cafe says they do not tell people what they can and can not do online, even though the site is set up for online gaming in this way. The segment stated that FL legislators voted to close 1,000 of these types of store documents and a legislator expressed dramatically.
This is really a crack of cocaine or games, and the segment continued to say; Internet cafes sell customers either phone cards or internet time. But they also offer customers the opportunity to solve electronic competitions on computers that use software that mimics casino games.
Okay, what about games that intrigue people? It turns out to be a very real psychological reason for human games, and I suppose it will increase because human minds in our society continue on the path of fast information, entertainment and the need to be globally connected in real time and to have continuous mental stimulation - something that plays definitely brings with all its excitement, fear and fun.
Outside of CA, we have a lot of Indian casinos offering food and game offers, although it is not allowed to play in CA, but this is on Indian property, which is of course common throughout the United States. Ford games are so fun, it draws people from all walks of life; grandmothers, executives, the unemployed, and even those responsible for implementing everything. It breaks all obstacles to race, religion, nationality, socioeconomic plans and intelligence levels. Gambling is a human thing, I doubt we could stop it if we tried.
If people do not play in casinos, they will do it on the horse track, the stock market, on business or any other endeavor, where they can ponder the potential potential for monetary gains.