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Gambling in China, Macau and Hong Kong

Gambling in Macau: The gambling industry generates only in Macau over the 40% of its GDP and 70% of Macau’s government income.

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Casino with live dealer: the nuances of the game

Live gambling is a modern method to steep into the land-based casino atmosphere, to recollect the feelings from the game with live dealer casino and real money.

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Roulette with real dealer at live casino online: player’s tricks

Let’s speak about opportunities to make different game’s tricks with live dealer roulette. Lots of the leading live casino online propose this type of the game.

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How really bookmakers form the line for betting
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How really bookmakers form the line for betting

Line of bookmakers – one of the most important factors when choosing place to place your bet. Therefore, it is necessary to know in detail how it is formed. All of the betting sites already told you about the ideal model for calculating the line different from the real situation. Let us look at the theoretical and practical approaches to the formation of betting odds.

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Euro 2016 fuels online betting craze in China

Euro 2016 is going down a hit in China but not everyone’s love of the game is above board. As Graham Mackay reports, millions of dollars are changing hands from illegal gambling on the tournament.

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The growing popularity of horse racing in China

Whilst 20 or even 10 years ago you would have struggled to find a competition in the country, horse racing is becoming increasingly popular in China. The sport was always popular in the country before the 20th century when aristocrats from around Europe use to travel around the world to race their horses on China’s tracks. But in 1949 the sport was banned by Communist Party leader Mao Zedong, who came to power after a political struggle in the country and banned a number of different hobbies.

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