Late last year, casino gambling in Japan was finally legalized, after many years of discussions on whether it would be best move for the country's betterment. After the approval of the Integrated Resorts Promotion Bill, the Japanese government now must create and pass another type of legislative piece, one which would function to regulate the gambling industry.
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Joined: Dec '12
Location: New Zealand
Age: 31 (M)
Posted by Gerimantas: Yes i said it and still think that the restrictions of number of visits per year one customer can do in a casino is very bad thing, it is disrespectful from human rights, I think every people is free to do what he wants when he wants to lose his money or maybe even win some
yeah its a human right until you are broke and then complain about it or others complain for you about how evil the casino is letting you go broke. then the govt or other people have to look after you...this way the casino/govt looks like and is doing something a bit proactive and in quite a few peoples best interests even if those said people dont think this is fair
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 47 (M)
I sincerely hope from the bottom of my heart that there will be no new law in the foreseeable future that will restrict the number of times patrons can frequent to the adult entertainment establishment (ex. massage parlor, soapland, delivery health, pink salon, host (hostess) club, etc.). That would have devastating consequences for millions of people.
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 44 (F)
Some kind of protection is needed for all the degenerates out there And there are many of them, plus it is not that hard to get hooked, after a couple of visits in a casino. A good action from their government in my opinion.
Joined: Jan '17
Age: 63 (M)
Yes this is good thing that poochui is saying if there is something bamned then illegal things are winning. We have such results with illegal cigarettes in our country, too big price ilegal wins, too many restrictions illegal wins, too many law requires illegal wins.
I heard today (I'm not really happy that this is true) that my country is tightening up the internet game ... and so I can not go to sites with poker and casinos and now they still want to block poker clients ... it's certainly awful and good That there are countries that are going the other way around
Limiting visits is somewhat archaic and counter-productive, say as a winning poker player going to the casino being told you cannot come in because you have exceeded your number of visits even though you have turned a profit on your previous four visits this year, come back next year honorable papa san