The other day, I was contacted by an ebook author with a new wagering ebook on Amazon, created for Kindle Users, he asked if I’d like to review it. Alan Samonte’s newest ufabet book on wagering; “The Wagering System That Works, ” does sound interesting, and I think he’s holding on a real uptrend here. It is that just lately we’ve seen a bit of growth in the number of gamblers out there in recent months.
Interestingly enough, I’ve done a bit of writing on the topic of wagering. You see, after traveling across the US, I have visited all the major wagering areas, and some small ones out of the way too, mostly on Indian Reservations or near state lines, estuaries and rivers, or other areas in the dull area of law, including such.
Indeed, I’ve seen mesmerized senior citizens at slot machines, brought in by the busload, Asiatische tourists, and high-rollers. I’ve also visited the outskirts of Nevada where the “Shanty Towns” are similar to the depictions in the movie “Pay it Forward” and I’ve met wagering lovers, as well as those who love to have some fun in moderation, so my experiences and observations indeed run the gambit. Still, it seems that things are on the rise in the wagering world, why I can only guess.
My conclusion is that the economy and prospects for the future are causing some of this. Of course, the rest is just good casino marketing, branding, and all the promotions, players clubs, and offers. For those who just like to have a little fun , nor blow it or gamble beyond their means it is a great way to entertain. For others, well, there are some sad stories out there of course, but being even as do live in a free country, we must also understand choice.
Why do i see wagering on the rise? Well, it seems everywhere I look, in the media, online and in the real world, there is growth in the wagering sector, and it’s really very competitive, not just in the country, but world-wide – and not just in the real world but online too.
Recently in The japanese Today newspaper there was a story about how The japanese is wants to open up wagering in the country stating that the government needs the money and will tax the revenues, rather than losing out as Japanese travel to Macau, Singapore, and Nevada.
There have been reports that the US Congress may yield to pressure to make online wagering in the us alone legal, as they clean up the current illegal online gaming sector first. For instance the WSJ had an article “Gambling Site Bodog Close Amongst Ongoing Crackdown, ” and “US Shuts Sports-Betting Site, Indicts the Founder of Bodog, ” published on February 28, 2012.
There was a cool article in the Atlanta Business Journal on Leap Day 2012 entitled; “Developer proposes $1 thousand wagering complex, ” published by Carla Caldwell, which stated that a GA Developer “wants to build a hotel, theater and a game floor with 7, 500 video lottery machines, which could generate $350 million yearly to the state’s struggling HOPE Scholarship program. Even though state lawmakers want ways to help HOPE, wagering recommendations don’t typically gain widespread support. “
There was another portion on CBS News on Drive 1, 2012 entitled; “Florida House votes to ban so-called Internet stores, banks, ” which discussed how folks were going online at Internet Coffee shops and gambling online, which is against FL and US Law for people to do that, while the Café stated that they don’t tell people what they can and cannot do online, even though the place is set-up for wagering online in this way. The portion stated that FL legislators voted to close 1, 000 of these types of ‘storefront operations and one legislator dramatically stated;
“These are truly the crack cocaine of wagering, ” and the portion went onto say; Internet stores, banks sell customers either calling cards or Internet time. But they also offer customers enable you to get electronic sweepstakes on computers that use software that mimics casino-styled games. “
Okay so, the gender chart about wagering that so intrigues humans? Turns out there is a very real psychological reason for human wagering, and I bet that will increase as the human minds in our society continue down the trail of instant information, entertainment, and the need to be globally connected in real time, and having continuous mental stimulation – something that wagering does definitely provide with all its excitement, fear, and fun.
Out in LOS ANGELES we have lots of Indian Casinos offering deals on meals, and wagering fun, even though in LOS ANGELES wagering is not allowed, but these are on Indian Property of course, which is common throughout the US. Because wagering is so fun, it attracts people from all walks of life; grandmothers, CEOs, the discharged, and even those who are in command of enforcing it all. It breaks all barriers of race, religion, nationality, socio-economic planes, and intellect levels. Wagering is a human thing, I doubt we could stop it if we tried.
If folks don’t gamble in casinos, they’ll do it at the horse track, market, in company, or some other endeavor where they can abyss chance with potential eventuality for monetary gain. Indeed, I hope you will please consider all this and think on it.