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Problem gamblers’ brains light up at sight of gambling imagery
Steven Stradbrooke
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New research shows certain 'reward centers' of problem gamblers' brains light up when shown imagery of gambling activity. 1.Brain study offers more evidence that problem gamblers are born that way
Problem gambling rates fall in Singapore, British Columbia
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Turkish imam: oral sex okay, but chess “worse than gambling”
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Icahn slaps deed restriction on AC’s Trump Taj Mahal casino
Steven Stradbrooke
Carl Icahn slaps deed restriction on shuttered Trump Taj Mahal casino, so future owners will have to pay unspecified fee to operate gaming on the premises.
Lawyer accuses IRS of pursuing ‘improper’ summons in Coinbase case
Jasmine Solana
Jeffrey Berns, the Los Angeles-based lawyer who attempted to block the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) from issuing a “John Doe” summons on bitcoin wallet service Coinbase is back in court.
Anthony Cabot: Macau should bring in new players
Anthony Cabot of Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP how Macau can sustain its renewed growth.
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ICE 2017 confirmed as the biggest on record as net space increases by nearly 2,000 square metres
Gaming professionals planning their annual visit to ICE Totally Gaming will need to allocate some additional time on the show floor.
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