Roulette machines do not belong on the high street

Posted on January 13, 2014 by admin
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A generation ago the idea of allowing a fast-action form of electronic roulette to be played and promoted in bookmakers’ shops across the land would have been regarded as absurd.

Roulette is a fixed-odds game and the prevailing wisdom of a couple of centuries held that such casino games should be confined to casinos. There even used to be a “24-hour rule” on casino membership to ensure applicants, even millionaires, had time to cool off.

Read the full article The Guardian online.