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USA-BETTING/ADDICTION
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October 26, 2018
Jeff Wasserman, a recovering gambling addict poses at the Delaware Council on Gambling Problems in Wilmington,...
Wilmington, UNITED STATES
Wasserman, a recovering gambling addict poses at the Delaware Council on Gambling Problems in Wilmington...
Jeff Wasserman, a recovering gambling addict poses at the Delaware Council on Gambling Problems in Wilmington, Delaware, U.S., October 23, 2018. Picture taken October 23, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Wood
JAPAN-CASINOS/OSAKA
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August 20, 2018
Instructor Daisuke Sato performs a turnover of a deck of cards on a black jack table at Japan Casino...
Tokyo, Japan
Instructor Daisuke Sato performs a turnover of a deck of cards on a black jack table at Japan Casino...
Instructor Daisuke Sato performs a turnover of a deck of cards on a black jack table at Japan Casino School in Tokyo, Japan August 4, 2018. Picture taken August 4, 2018. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-CASINOS/OSAKA
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August 20, 2018
Instructor Daisuke Sato spreads a deck of cards on a black jack table at Japan Casino School in Tokyo,...
Tokyo, Japan
Instructor Daisuke Sato spreads a deck of cards on a black jack table at Japan Casino School in Tokyo...
Instructor Daisuke Sato spreads a deck of cards on a black jack table at Japan Casino School in Tokyo, Japan August 4, 2018. Picture taken August 4, 2018. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-CASINOS/OSAKA
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August 20, 2018
A ball is seen in the spinning wheel on a roulette table at Japan Casino School in Tokyo, Japan August...
Tokyo, Japan
A ball is seen in the spinning wheel on a roulette table at Japan Casino School in Tokyo
A ball is seen in the spinning wheel on a roulette table at Japan Casino School in Tokyo, Japan August 4, 2018. Picture taken August 4, 2018. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-CASINOS/OSAKA
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August 20, 2018
A man stacks chips on a black jack table at Japan Casino School in Tokyo, Japan August 4, 2018. Picture...
Tokyo, Japan
Man stacks chips on a black jack table at Japan Casino School in Tokyo
A man stacks chips on a black jack table at Japan Casino School in Tokyo, Japan August 4, 2018. Picture taken August 4, 2018. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
SOCCER-WORLD/SINGAPORE
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July 09, 2014
A man walks past a World Cup anti-gambling advertisement at a taxi stand in Singapore July 9, 2014. Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
A man walks past a World Cup anti-gambling advertisement at a taxi stand in Singapore
A man walks past a World Cup anti-gambling advertisement at a taxi stand in Singapore July 9, 2014. Singapore has scored an own goal with the World Cup anti-gambling ad which features a crestfallen boy telling his friends his dad bet his life savings on Germany - who have just reached the finals by thrashing host nation Brazil 7-1. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP)
FRANCE/
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November 06, 2013
A young croupier trainee turns the roulette at a gaming table at the Cerus Casino Academy in Marseille...
Marseille, France
A young croupier trainee turns the roulette at a gaming table at the Cerus Casino Academy in Marseille...
A young croupier trainee turns the roulette at a gaming table at the Cerus Casino Academy in Marseille November 6, 2013. Cerus Academy is the only school in France authorized to issue the official croupier certificate. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
GERMANY/
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February 09, 2011
A man poses at a slot machine in a bar in the northern city of Hamburg February 9, 2011. German officials...
Hamburg, Germany
Man poses at slot machine in bar in the northern city of Hamburg
A man poses at a slot machine in a bar in the northern city of Hamburg February 9, 2011. German officials plan to remove the slot machines from bars and restaurants, saying they represent a source of addiction for gambling, German media reported on Wednesday. REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
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February 09, 2011
A man poses at a slot machine in a bar in the northern city of Hamburg February 9, 2011. German officials...
Hamburg, Germany
Man poses at slot machine in bar in the northern city of Hamburg
A man poses at a slot machine in a bar in the northern city of Hamburg February 9, 2011. German officials plan to remove the slot machines from bars and restaurants, saying they represent a source of addiction for gambling, German media reported on Wednesday. REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
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February 09, 2011
A slot machine is seen in a bar in the northern city of Hamburg February 9, 2011. German officials plan...
Hamburg, Germany
Slot machine is seen in bar in the northern city of Hamburg
A slot machine is seen in a bar in the northern city of Hamburg February 9, 2011. German officials plan to remove the slot machines from bars and restaurants, saying they represent a source of addiction for gambling, German media reported on Wednesday. REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen (GERMANY)
SINGAPORE
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July 15, 2010
Patrons have their identity cards scanned before entering Resorts World Casino in Singapore July 15,...
Singapore, Singapore
Patrons have their identity cards scanned before entering Resorts World Casino in Singapore
Patrons have their identity cards scanned before entering Resorts World Casino in Singapore July 15, 2010. Singapore citizens and permanent residents are required by law to pay a S$100 ($73) entry levy to enter the casino, as part of a government campaign to warn of the dangers of gambling addiction. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
SANDS/
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April 27, 2010
A police officer stands at the entrance of the Marina Bay Sands casino in Singapore April 27, 2010. Las...
Singapore, Singapore
A police officer stands at the entrance of the Marina Bay Sands casino in Singapore
A police officer stands at the entrance of the Marina Bay Sands casino in Singapore April 27, 2010. Las Vegas Sands, the world's most valuable gaming company, opened the doors to its multi-billion-dollar Singapore casino today, the latest entrant in the fight for Asia's gambling dollar. Singaporeans have to pay an admission fee equivalent to about $70 as part of a government campaign to warn of the dangers of gambling addiction. REUTERS/Pablo Sanchez (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)
GERMANY/
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May 15, 2009
A drunken man sits in front of a gambling hall at the redlight district 'Reeperbahn' in Hamburg May 14,...
Hamburg, Germany
A drunken man sits in front of a gambling hall in Hamburg
A drunken man sits in front of a gambling hall at the redlight district 'Reeperbahn' in Hamburg May 14, 2009. The slogan reads 'play and win'. Picture taken May 14, 2009. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY SOCIETY)
MACAU/SLOTS
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June 04, 2008
Cards and casino chips are displayed during the Global Gaming Expo Asia at the Venetian Macao-Resort-Hotel...
Macau, China
Cards and casino chips are displayed during the Global Gaming Expo Asia in Macau
Cards and casino chips are displayed during the Global Gaming Expo Asia at the Venetian Macao-Resort-Hotel in Macau June 4, 2008. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (CHINA)
BRITAIN-GAMBLER/
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February 20, 2008
Graham Calvert arrives at the High Court in London February 20, 2008. Calvert, a gambling addict who...
London, United Kingdom
Graham Calvert arrives at the High Court in London
Graham Calvert arrives at the High Court in London February 20, 2008. Calvert, a gambling addict who says he told bookmakers to stop taking his bets is suing William Hill for allowing him to lose 2 million pounds ($3.9 million). REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-GAMBLER/
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February 20, 2008
Graham Calvert arrives at the High Court in London February 20, 2008. Calvert, a gambling addict who...
London, United Kingdom
Graham Calvert arrives at the High Court in London
Graham Calvert arrives at the High Court in London February 20, 2008. Calvert, a gambling addict who says he told bookmakers to stop taking his bets is suing William Hill for allowing him to lose 2 million pounds ($3.9 million). REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
SPORT SOCCER OWEN
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August 23, 2004
Real Madrid and England striker Michael Owen holds up a copy of his autobiography 'Off The Record' during...
Madrid, Spain
Real Madrid and England striker Owen holds up his autobiography in Madrid.
Real Madrid and England striker Michael Owen holds up a copy of his autobiography 'Off The Record' during a launching ceremony in Madrid August 23, 2004. In his autobiography, Owen is forthright in his views on the game: he reacts to the accusations of diving, his susceptibility to injury, and his alleged gambling addiction. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SP/GB
SPORT SOCCER OWEN
RTRW9VC
August 23, 2004
Real Madrid and England striker Michael Owen holds up a copy of his autobiography 'Off The Record' during...
Madrid, Spain
Real Madrid and England striker Owen holds up his autobiography in Madrid.
Real Madrid and England striker Michael Owen holds up a copy of his autobiography 'Off The Record' during a launching ceremony in Madrid August 23, 2004. In his autobiography, Owen is forthright in his views on the game: he reacts to the accusations of diving, his susceptibility to injury, and his alleged gambling addiction. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SP/GB
SPORT SOCCER OWEN
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August 23, 2004
Real Madrid and England striker Michael Owen holds up a copy of his autobiography 'Off The Record' during...
Madrid, Spain
Real Madrid and England striker Owen holds up his autobiography in Madrid.
Real Madrid and England striker Michael Owen holds up a copy of his autobiography 'Off The Record' during a launching ceremony in Madrid August 23, 2004. In his autobiography, Owen is forthright in his views on the game: he reacts to the accusations of diving, his susceptibility to injury, and his alleged gambling addiction. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SP/GB
SPORT SOCCER OWEN
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August 23, 2004
Real Madrid and England striker Michael Owen holds up a copy of his autobiography 'Off The Record' during...
Madrid, Spain
Real Madrid and England striker Owen holds up his autobiography in Madrid.
Real Madrid and England striker Michael Owen holds up a copy of his autobiography 'Off The Record' during a launching ceremony in Madrid August 23, 2004. In his autobiography, Owen is forthright in his views on the game: he reacts to the accusations of diving, his susceptibility to injury, and his alleged gambling addiction. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SP/GB
SPORT SOCCER OWEN
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August 23, 2004
Real Madrid and England striker Michael Owen holds up a copy of his autobiography 'Off The Record' during...
Madrid, Spain
Real Madrid and England striker Owen holds up his autobiography in Madrid.
Real Madrid and England striker Michael Owen holds up a copy of his autobiography 'Off The Record' during a launching ceremony in Madrid August 23, 2004. In his autobiography, Owen is forthright in his views on the game: he reacts to the accusations of diving, his susceptibility to injury, and his alleged gambling addiction. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SP/GB
AUSTRALIA GAMBLING
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October 31, 2002
A patron enters a 24-hour gaming business which is attached to a
suburban pub in the Sydney suburb of...
Sydney, Australia
A PATRON ENTERS A SUBURBAN GAMBLING ESTABLISHMENT IN SYDNEY.
A patron enters a 24-hour gaming business which is attached to a
suburban pub in the Sydney suburb of Surry Hills in this photograph
taken on October3, 2002. While industry advocates promote gambling as
good, clean entertainment, the nation has begun to grapple with the
most obvious side-effect - the addiction of about two percent of
adults, or 300,000 people, to the money-losing games. REUTERS/Tim
Wimborne FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE BC-AUSTRALIAN GAMBLING

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AUSTRALIA
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October 18, 2002
- PHOTO TAKEN 03OCT02 - A patron leaves a 24-hour gaming business which is attached to a suburban pub...
Sydney, Australia
- PHOTO TAKEN 03OCT02 - A patron leaves a 24-hour gaming business which is attached to a suburban pu.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 03OCT02 - A patron leaves a 24-hour gaming business which is attached to a suburban pub in the Sydney suburb of Surry Hills in this photograph taken October 3, 2002. While industry advocates promote gambling as good, clean entertainment, the nation has begun to grapple with the most obvious side-effect, the addiction of about two percent of adults, or 300,000 people, to the money-losing games.
AUSTRALIA
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October 18, 2002
- PHOTO TAKEN 03OCT02 - A patron enters a 24-hour gaming business which is attached to a suburban pub...
Sydney, Australia
- PHOTO TAKEN 03OCT02 - A patron enters a 24-hour gaming business which is attached to a suburban pu.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 03OCT02 - A patron enters a 24-hour gaming business which is attached to a suburban pub in the Sydney suburb of Surry Hills in this photograph taken on October3, 2002. While industry advocates promote gambling as good, clean entertainment, the nation has begun to grapple with the most obvious side-effect , the addiction of about two percent of adults, or 300,000 people, to the money-losing games.
AUSTRALIA GAMBLING
RTRD2HH
October 03, 2002
A patron leaves a 24-hour gaming business which is attached to a
suburban pub in the Sydney suburb of...
Sydney, Australia
A PATRON LEAVES A SUBURBAN GAMBLING ESTABLISHMENT IN SYDNEY.
A patron leaves a 24-hour gaming business which is attached to a
suburban pub in the Sydney suburb of Surry Hills in this photograph
taken October 3, 2002. While industry advocates promote gambling as
good, clean entertainment, the nation has begun to grapple with the
most obvious side-effect - the addiction of about two percent of
adults, or 300,000 people, to the money-losing games. REUTERS/Tim
Wimborne FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE BC-AUSTRALIAN GAMBLING

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