High Rollers: A History of Gambling (Documentary)

High Rollers: A History of Gambling (Documentary)

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High Rollers: A History of Gambling (Documentary)

20 thoughts on “High Rollers: A History of Gambling (Documentary)

  1. yes, casino, a very lucrative business.. And yet, that stable genius bankrupt FOUR of his, despite of constant bailout from his dad

  2. This was very informative; I didn't know that gambling was so prevalent in the Colonial years. As for me personally, I have never had any desire to gamble…I had to work too hard for what little money I was making and I was not about to risk losing any of it by betting on a stupid game. I just shake my head in amazement when I see intelligent and good people get hooked on gambling.

  3. I live in Vegas. I know a lot of people that have gambling problems. Most of the people I know, like myself don't gamble unless friends/relatives come to town. Those that have problems have 1 thing in common. The first time they gambled, they won. It's the "it will happen again" thoughts that get them. Those that don't have problems, won at times. But losing that first time, leaves an impression on you. When people come to town, I don't gamble much. I like everyone in Nevada understand. They don't build multibillion dollar resorts, on people winning.

  4. They gambled over Jesus Christ clothing. Smh. I played poker for years…every time I walked in the casino I could feel the darkness. The LOVE of money is the root of ALL evil.

  5. I'm surprised when talking about casino's they didn't talk about the hidden reason for casino's – money laundering

  6. The got that right sports betting is like any profession u work hard to win md its totally different from casino

  7. Lol @ the Indians trying to claim noble reasons for them playing games and gambling. Typical.

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