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Why Will FanDuel and DraftKings Stick Around? Because Money. | Re/code
As Fox Sports COO and president Eric Shanks told Re/code back in July, “The more people play [fantasy sports], the more they consume our product on TV.” Big-time media doesn’t want daily fantasy going away.
fantasy  sport  gambling  DraftKing  FanDuel  Entertainment  Entertainment  Industry  Escapeism  mobile  homescreen 
october 2015 by asterisk2a
All bets are off: why bookmakers aren’t playing fair | Society | The Guardian
Win too much at the races and you could find your bookmaker closing your account. An anonymous punter reveals why the odds are now firmly in favour of the big online firms [// they probably have internal (industry wide) blacklists] [...] “The large bookmakers increasingly employ mathematicians and risk managers, rather than those knowledgeable about sport, to ensure that they maximise profits [ the long-tail ] – and have no chance of losing money,” said one senior industry source.
gambling  addiction  betting  TOS  Platform  bookmaker 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
The Real Looting of Baltimore... - YouTube
- same with mortgages linked to forex/different currency than your country of residence. // // abuse of existing instruments, not using it for intended purpose // and mis-selling of instruments and products - also see PPI ( Payment Protection Insurance ) mis-selling - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-30695720 // and mis-selling forex linked loans (ie to Swiss Franc) to local governemnts and cities called Interest Rate Swap Mis-selling that got exorbinant expensive following the GFC actions (NIRP) by Central Banks (black swan) // all driven by managers meeting targets, getting and wanting bigger bonuses, wanting the bosses job, ... etc driven by cottage industry of analysts 'forecasting' that profit has to rise X% etc etc. // add also For Profit Schools! in the USA targeting Veterans & other rather financially illiterate :: youtu.be/P8pjd1QEA0c // biggest debt kind - mortgage and student loan debt // financial literacy also include gambling & lottery
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may 2015 by asterisk2a
Brain damage and addictive behavior: a neuropsychological and electroencephalogram investigation with pathologic gamblers.
CONCLUSIONS: This study shows that the "healthy" gamblers are indeed brain-damaged. Compared with a matched control population, pathologic gamblers evidenced more brain injuries, more fronto-temporo-limbic neuropsychological dysfunctions and more EEG abnormalities. The authors thus conjecture that addictive gambling may be a consequence of brain damage, especially of the frontolimbic systems, a finding that may well have medicolegal consequences.
addiction  gambling 
february 2013 by asterisk2a

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