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  • Success Of Foxwoods Resort Casino
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    There are many reasons why people gamble and what the advantages and disadvantages are of risking your bank account on the roll of the dice or the luck of the draw. I originally set out to try and explain why people gamble, but I realized that gambling is just as much of a business or industry as anything else. I researched Foxwoods casino, in CT, and the business behind that. From there I will attempt to explain the "cause and effect" of gambling. Gambling has made much more sense to me now, an...
  • Considerations In Casino Design
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    Considerations in Casino Design" Architecture organizes and structures space for us, and its interiors and the objects enclosing and inhabiting its rooms can facilitate or inhibit our activities by the way they use this language" (Lawson pg. 6). Casinos are tough and competitive markets that strive to out do one another in promotions, amenities and overall design. A critical analysis of the considerations taken when designing a casino can be broken down into the theoretical forces of psychology,...
  • Casinos Outside Singapore
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    Casino gambling has been legalized in Singapore. Give economic arguments for and against legalization. There has been much debate in Singapore both amongst the politicians, religious leaders, senior people in the community, and the lay people at large. It is a hot topic. But, the decision has finally been made, the casino will be built. There are many arguments both for and against building a casino. The government, which is for, cites the economic advantages and everyone who is against cites th...
  • Their Money At The Casinos
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    After many years of being confined to Nevada, the gambling industry has started appearing in new locations. Of course, this is expansion is not supported by everyone. In some locations, the government allows casinos on Indian reservations and "river boat casinos". Certain governments, such as the state of Nevada, allow gambling in all parts of the state. Originally, gambling was only legal in Nevada. The other locations are fairly recent and many other local governments are considering legalizin...
  • Casinos To The State Of Massachusetts
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    Bay State in Trouble The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is in trouble. As the Big Dig gets closer to completion and the unemployment rate rises in the state, what are lawmakers doing to help boost the economy and close the deficit? Heading into the fiscal year 2005, Massachusetts is facing a record deficit of close to two billion dollars. Lawmakers on Beacon Hill are scrambling for solutions, but seem to be coming up empty handed. With the elections drawing nearer and nearer, and local state cont...
  • Casino Jobs
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    Casinos Casinos have become a large part of cities' economy and hundreds of thousands of people's lives. Casinos are exciting for many people who feel they have a chance to win it big. Because so much money is flowing into casinos, the local business are being affected. Most are not thriving with the new tourism and the seemingly revived economy. In 1994 more people made the trip to a casino then to a ball park (Popkin). The casinos are attracting so much of American's dollars that they spent le...
  • Atlantic City Casinos
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    Casinos Casinos have become a form of entertainment for millions of Americans. In fact, Las Vegas, considered to be the home of casino gambling, is third only to Disneyworld and New York for tourism with 260 million visitors yearly. While it is true that casinos generate billions of dollars in revenues hardly any of that makes it back to the local economy as promised by the lobbyists to have casinos built in a city. Effects on local economies include construction jobs are created as well as hosp...
  • Gambling Age To Twenty One In Casinos
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    Being awaken every morning at 7: 00 am by creditors wanting their money may be one of the most depressing experiences. If the U.S. congress passes the bill allowing all forms of online gambling, many more people may experience creditor harassment. "Gambling is like a drug, just one hit and the addiction starts" (Perkinson). Over the past decade State governments have been fighting hard to raise the gambling age to twenty-one in casinos, now they want to legalize online gambling at age 18. Online...
  • Average Casinos In Ontario
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    Casinos Are casinos good for Ontario? To every situation there are positive and negative points. In the situation of casinos, the positive side has a very strong case that outweighs the negative side. One of the main reasons that the yare good is that numerous jobs are created by and for the government. Another positive aspect is that the government and local charities will get some of the revenue created at these gambling locations. Along with these reasons, a lot of the people that will come t...
  • Federal Government Support Native Americans
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    Jack A. Cassin 5/4/99 Dr. Cordell ENG 104 Reservation Gambling Throughout the course of early United States history, settlers and the federal government have squeezed Indians from large tribal acreage to small settlements in desolate parts of our country. Eventually the federal government made distinct the boundaries of Indian land through treaties with the individual tribes. In the past two decades there has been an explosion of Native American Casinos and other gaming facilities on Indian rese...
  • Internet Gambling Regulations
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    Overview of topic and issues discussed Gambling in any form has been controversial since before history could document it. There are sections of the Bible that forbid gambling in any form. Gambling is legal in parts of the United States such as in Las Vegas Nevada, Atlantic City on the East coast and on various Indian Tribal grounds spread widely across the rest of the United States. The establishments in these areas are well regulated. With the creation of the Internet, gambling has found a way...
  • Internet Gambling Industry
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    Internet Gambling: You are just a click away. The thirst for gambling has always been present in the United States. It is an activity that can provide instant gratification, which almost everyone desires. The amount of gambling has increased substantially over the last few years due to the availability of online casinos. Before the advent of gambling online, one had very few options as to where he or she could gamble. Prior to the more recent Indian reservations (Biloxi, Foxwoods, Mohegan Sun, e...

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