When people play online, do they really play human, machine or AI – a program with artificial intelligence, a program designed to defeat them, but not to the point that they will stay and never come back? Not long ago I discussed this with a friend who told me that they “don’t mind online gambling, because if people want to give away their money, it will be,” but they’ll never do it themselves.
Of course, online gambling has also deceived many addicted players who over time waste all their hard earned money, yes, it is an addiction that preys on real human emotions and captures the psyche of an obsessive person. But should online gambling be a free choice, such as when you go to a casino? Those who have gambling sites think so, but it has to do with some politics and interests on both sides.
Gary published an excellent article on online gambling on March 3, 2011, entitled “The Bill on Online Gambling in New Jersey was vetoed.” The article explained how the New Jersey governor said no to online gambling. This was good for Atlantic City casinos, and collecting taxes from online gambling would be pretty problematic, not to mention a somewhat unfair advantage for real casinos with all their requirements.
However, people in the United States will continue to play online, even if it is illegal, they will find a way even if they go to an offshore website. Some say, and I’m not one of them, but some think that people who play online games, learn to play well and end up in casinos, that it really helps the legal gambling industry. There may be empirical evidence to support this claim, but I will be skeptical of it until I see it in person.
Since most politicians will eventually concede almost anything if they can tax, it’s worth noting that online gambling hasn’t progressed in the legalization process, perhaps at the time. The future, but at the moment it’s still taboo. Authorities say there is too much fraud and this is a fair charge. There are also suspicions that there are unscrupulous people who run these websites under digital masks.
Well, these are just some of the problems, and there are still many problems that need to be addressed before the legalization of online gambling becomes available in all 50 U.S. states. It seems that many states such as; In Iowa, California and Florida, legislation appears to be in the making. Many other states are also drafting pass bills, and significant efforts are being made to lobby these online gambling efforts, as well as lobbying to prevent this from being run by various groups of interested citizens and citizens who have established casinos. Think about it.