Summer is here and luckily the weather looks summery too. People are starting to search for the coolest holiday destinations where they can leave the work and the noisy city behind. They just want to relax and enjoy the calmness of the chosen place. But if we do not want to leave the work and the gambling behind? What about the gamblers, for whom online casinos are the real entertainment? Now we will show you the best gambling holidays around the World! Get your passport ready and join us!
Well, that didn't end too well. The Russian media has been buzzing with the story of a Russian politician's illegal casino in his apartment. Unfortunately, after the discovery, he was then thrown out of the political party he was affiliated with.
Not surprisingly, Macau's January revenues tumble even though a drop in income was on the cards. This was down the effects of the Coronavirus. But the magnitude of the drop has taken analysts and commentators by surprise. Gambling revenues for the month of January took a serious nose-dive when compared with figures from a year earlier.
Let's have a look at gambling in Ireland. Over the past couple of decades, the Emerald Isle has become a popular tourist destination. With it's lush green countryside, historic castles, generous people and a rich culture, it's no surprise that more and more people are upping roots and moving to make a life there. Thanks to Brexit, there has been a huge increase in the number of Irish passport applications.
Archery betting is a thing. It's called Teer and is a traditional lottery game based on archery which is played in certain parts of India. Namely, Shillong which is the capital city of Meghalaya, a hilly state in Northern India. The word "teer" literally means, "arrow".
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Irregardless of the somewhat dubious origins of this now exceedingly popular holiday (particularly among dentists), and the fact it is now celebrated almost