An ex-gambling executive has lifted the lid on how the betting industry has put controversial fixed odds terminals in every high street bookies.
The games machines, which let punters stake £300 a minute or £18,000 an hour, have been dubbed “the crack cocaine of gambling”.
Last year more than £60m vanished into fixed odds betting terminals in Wales.
They are commonly used to play roulette and were introduced to Britain in 2001.
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