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Gambling – ( this presentation is created by . Caixia. . wu. . (Linda). Gambling’s History. Virtually every major culture that exists in the annals of recorded history exhibited some manifestation of gambling. Whether it was ancient card games in China or dice-based gambling in the Roman Em.... ID: 152865

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Business Certificate IV-BSBCMM401-Make a presentation

Gambling – ( this presentation is created by

Caixia

wu

(Linda)

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Gambling’s History

Virtually every major culture that exists in the annals of recorded history exhibited some manifestation of gambling. Whether it was ancient card games in China or dice-based gambling in the Roman Empire, gambling has been around for a long time. In fact, in many ancient cultures gambling was seen as a reasonable method of bloodless conflict resolution. A legend exists that around the year 1000 A.D. the King of Norway and the King of Sweden peacefully settled a territorial dispute based on a few rolls of dice.

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The earliest gambling implements come from ancient Mesopotamia. Some dice-like stones and bones date as far back as 6000 BC while the first six-sided dice date to 3000 BC and are nothing more than a numbered set of knuckle bones. Similar bone and ivory dice (including some made from human teeth) have been found in China too, dating to roughly the same period in time. It was from these that the first primitive tiles—predecessors to Pai Gow—were created.

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The earliest recorded forms of gambling were extremely simple in nature but didn't vary tremendously from contemporary incarnations. Dice and card games were common in ancient cultures, which is interesting considering the fact that many modern casino games still rely on these two ancient gaming tools.

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Some kinds of ancient dice:

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Some kinds of ancient playing cards:

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With the constant evolution of human society, gambling also has rapid changes. Now there have many type of gambling, but most games revolve around cards, dice, slots, spinning wheels and lotteries.

Slot machines

Roulette

Craps

Keno

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CardsAsian studAsia PokerAustralian PontoonBaccaratBlackjackBlackjack switchCaribbean Stud PokerCasino Hold'emCasino warChinese pokerFan-TanFaroFour card pokerLet It RideMambo studPai gow pokerPokerPyramid PokerRed DogSpanish 21

Super Fun 21Teen PattiTexas Hold'emTexas Hold'em Bonus PokerThree card pokerTwo-upPenny-upUltimate Texas Hold'emDice / TilesChuck-a-luckCrapsPai GowSic boRandom numbersBig Six wheelRouletteChase Beezy

Games in Casino:

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1. The Venetian MacaoMacao, China

Top 10 largest Casino in World:

2. City of

Dreams Resort

Macao, China

3. Foxwoods Resort Casino

Ledyard, Conn(USA)

4. Casino Ponte 16

Macao, China

5. Tusk Rio Casino Resort

Klerksdorp, South Africa

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Top 10 largest Casino in World:

6. MGM Grand Macao

Macao, China

7. Sands Macao

Macao, China

8. MGM Grand Las Vegas

Las Vegas

9. Casino

Lisboa

Lisbon, Portugal

10.

Borgata

Hotel Casino and Spa

Atlantic City

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The benefits of Gambling:

Tourism

Employment

Better health

Charity

Entertainment

Tax revenue

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The harm of the Gambling:

Personal savings and income are squandered Money is taken from other economic uses, investment, and charities Poverty is reinforced because poorer gamblers take greater risks in the hopes of a big win Addictive gamblers often resort to burglary, theft, larceny, embezzlement, and similar crimes to get cash As with criminal activity, the chance for greater rewards than ordinary employment is a disincentive to the work ethic

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Gambling is a double edged sword, it will bring you pleasure, and also will give you pain. So you just thought that is a game, which make you funny. Don’t indulge that.

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Thank you for your listening!

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