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EvenBob
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September 25th, 2013 at 12:35:22 PM permalink
Quote: Mission146



My God, what is Hawaii thinking?



Hawaii has two very influential groups that are
dead set against casinos, Mormons and Japanese.
Yes Mormon's have been involved in Vegas for
a long time, but they don't like their people
gambling. Utah has a state ban on all gambling,
even the lottery. The Mormons got an early
start in Hawaii and they wield a lot of power.
For the Japanese, they have a culture bias
against it.
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aceofspades
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October 6th, 2013 at 3:00:59 PM permalink
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odiousgambit
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October 7th, 2013 at 5:35:29 AM permalink
Quote: Mission146

I could be wrong about this, but I believe that South Carolina only has a lottery and even Charitable Gaming is illegal there, this is definitely the case in Tennessee. Secondly, I believe that Charitable Gaming is legal in Vermont, so I'm not sure what the criteria are to get on the list above.



[responding to statement "The 4 states with no legalized gambling [besides a lottery] are Hawaii, Tennessee, Utah, and Vermont"]

OK, I finally get what you are saying. The charitable gaming is a bit of a cypher for me, but SC has horse racing.

http://www.discoversouthcarolina.com/Insider/outdoor/Blog/10392
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charliepatrick
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October 7th, 2013 at 6:01:02 AM permalink
Quote: tongni

...I much prefer the British system where a large amount of gaming is done in private clubs by the wealthy with high minimums and entry fees and a dress code.

There are only a few clubs, most in London, which run under that system. With the relaxation of the 48/24-hour rule it is now possible to walk into most casinos. Although the vast majority require some form of ID and registration, some are now beginning to allow people to gamble for small amounts (£500-£1500) without any ID and at least three allow walk-ins Vegas-style.

Bookmakers and machine shops, which both have fruit machines with smaller limits of £500, require no ID and you can just walk in off the high street. Bingo halls are still run as members clubs, though don't require ID.
odiousgambit
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November 19th, 2013 at 3:04:14 AM permalink
Quote: original assertion

The 4 states with no legalized gambling [besides a lottery] are Hawaii, Tennessee, Utah, and Vermont



Mission brought up charitable gaming in a previous post.

Finally looked up who has charitable gaming and it is about everybody except 'the two'

http://www.gambling-law-us.com/Charitable-Gaming/

Quote: the link

Hawaii and Utah do not have any charitable gaming laws.



So,

Quote: modified statement which I think is correct

The 4 states with no legalized gambling [besides a lottery or charitable gaming] are Hawaii, Tennessee, Utah, and Vermont. Horse racing may be the only qualifier in some states.

the next time Dame Fortune toys with your heart, your soul and your wallet, raise your glass and praise her thus: “Thanks for nothing, you cold-hearted, evil, damnable, nefarious, low-life, malicious monster from Hell!” She is, after all, stone deaf. ... Arnold Snyder

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