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Underage Gambling

by Jerry "Jet" Whittaker
April 26, 2006

No one under the age of 21 will be allowed to access onto the Casino floor or be able to participate in gaming activities. The entrance to the Casino is also specifically designed to facilitate control of underage entry. In addition that, the prominent signs will be displayed at the entrance and at the other areas of the facility prohibiting those under age 21 from admission and gambling. They are; however, welcome to enjoy shopping, dining and shows.  

Caution: Underage Gambling

Parents and school officials are not reporting any problems with kids gambling,. However, even if they were, it would be difficult to investigate, just as it is with adults. There has to be proof of illegal wagering practiced by the minors. Kids may be admitting to someone or one another that they are, in fact, gambling, but they are very clearly that they are not sitting at a cafeteria table or desk flashing cards, chips and dice and laying out money like in a casino. They could, however, be wagering a toothpick that represents a dollar amount, and there are still no proof that the wagering is going on without the money in sight. Hearing that teens have fessed up to the gambling trend and even brag that the habit is ignored by adults as compared to the Childs , The police said ignorance could be one reason why the problem is not reported to police. "I have to If its going on in schools, on school property and on school time, where are the kids getting the opportunity to gamble instead of being educated? This may be an alert to school administrations." Parents might be ignorant of a problem with their own children gambling, he said, because they tend to look for more obvious signs of a troubled teen like the apathy and bloodshot eyes of a drug user or the stale stench from a beer binge. The same, to a degree, holds true for law enforcement, he said.


It is very injurious to practice gambling in the age of minor as it will attract the kids toward the money and make











































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