Sochi was once regarded by many as just another dilapidated resort in the Black Sea, but was revived thanks to the Winter Olympics. Now, as the host of the 2018 World Cup and the Russian F1 Grand Prix, this place could potentially become Russia's leading gambling destination.
The first casino ever to open in Russia's newest dedicated gambling zone, Sochi Casino Resort, has officially opened its d[...] Read more » First Sochi casino in Russia opens this month with high hopes
Joined: May '08
Age: 39 (M)
russians love to gamble, it's in their blood- so with this in mind it looks like this is going to be big. sure there is a bunch of illegal casinos pretty much on every corner in bigger city's even though it's officially illegal to gamble there, but dudes will flood sochi, especially if they are offered some good promos, cheap/free flights, fresh melons and a few boxes of vodka.
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 59 (M)
It seems it has only been a matter of time before the gambling possibilities hit home in Sochi. A revitalised resort as a result of multi million dollar investment to regenerate it and bring in some well needed capital for the region. No doubt a casino will potentially change the demographic of people visiting the region and bring even greater economic success.
I live in Russia and Sochi, though far from ienya but I might go there on the spot to see what kind of a casino ... but cheaper to go to my Belarusians and play there ... but the fact that the opening of the casino in Sochi I'm certainly happy
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 49 (M)
My parents took me to Moscow when I was very little. It was many years before the Soviet Union was dissolved in 1991. Unfortunately, we did not have a chance to visit Sochi. Sochi surely will be on my list next time I travel to Russia.
Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (12 January 2017 @ 14:22 GMT)
Joined: Feb '12
Age: 63 (M)
... < ...Time to diversify your lucrative worldwide ballshave conglomorate pochui and get in on this 'Golden Shower' ( Urolagia ) craze taking place in Russia these days... No better place than Sochi to set up for the big world debut 'Grand Opening'...
( actual FSB artist's live rendering of the Trump Shower event below )
The spy reportedly behind the explosive Donald Trump dossier has gone into hiding. A former British intelligence officer has been named as the man behind a controversial but unverified document claiming Russia has leverage over the President-elect.
Trump says golden shower can’t have happened as he is a ‘germaphobe’ Christopher Steele, 52, who runs London-based Orbis Business Intelligence, was named in reports as having compiled the file on Trump. The 35-page dossier contains unconfirmed allegations that Russian security officials have compromising material on Trump that could be used to blackmail him. Steele’s brother Kevin has denied his sibling’s involvement in the document. It was claimed that Russia has footage of Trump in a Moscow hotel room accompanied by prostitutes who performed golden showers on a bed previously slept in by President Barack Obama and the First Lady Michelle. Steele, a former MI6 officer, is one of two directors of Orbis, according to Companies House, along with Christopher Burrows, 58.
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 47 (F)
You can see they are into gamble by the numbers in all the poker sites. Yes they are a country with big population, but still. They might even create their own las vegas there It will be closer for the chinese also ,if they want to get away from their own.