Gambling, as we all know is wagering something of value, usually money, as per casino gambling, on the outcome of the game/odds at stake. This activity can be played against the house (casino) or against other players (poker). Regardless this movement of money results in a zero sum scenario, meaning, when you lose, someone has to gain.
Research about the gambling industry in the USA contributes over $250+Billion dollars to the US economy annually and employs almost a million people. How does this compare to the rest of the world? Well, USA seems to be at the top of the ‘loser board’.
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