Most are considered to be social or recreational gamblers who gamble occasionally for the purposes of socialization, entertainment, and enjoyment.
A literature review of gender differences concluded females are more likely to gamble
to escape, relax and lessen negative mood states (Delfabbro, 1998).
The athlete shows a need to gamble
with increasing amounts of risk or money to achieve satisfaction.
didn't abandon his original academic path, but earned his masters in architecture at Harvard while also getting an MBA.
If you can figure out a way to attract nonresidents to your community to gamble
, it can be economic development.
On July 19, Gamble
and another man attempted to sell Burnett's coin collection at Heritage Galleries & Auctioneer in Dallas.
Previous research in New Zealand and other countries has found that compared to non-problem gamblers, problem gamblers play for money more frequently, on more activities and with greater amounts of money; they also perceive that their parents were more likely to gamble
excessively (Abbott, 2001; Abbott & Volberg, 1996; Bergh & Kuhlhorn, 1994; Brown, 1996; Browne & Brown, 1994; Buchta, 1995; Carroll & Huxley, 1994; Clarke & Rossen, 2000; Coventry & Brown, 1993; Dube et al.
Since 1963 the songwriting and producing team of Gamble
and Huff has earned 175 gold and platinum records and created what was known as "The Sound of Philadelphia," a style of music that dominated the pop and R&B charts for two decades.
The gambling industry is an enthusiastic proponent of the theory that Australians love to gamble
and that this country's gambling laws simply reflect a unique Australian gambling instinct.
Officials must realize that legal gambling will attract an unsavory element that can jeopardize the safety and well-being of the city's s residents and the many visitors who come to gamble
If an individual's religion affects how often he or she gambles
, I would expect to see a significant difference in how often the members of predominant religions in Las Vegas gamble
compared to nonmembers.
In 1837 in Cincinnati, Ohio, candle-maker William Procter and soap-maker James Gamble
discovered that candies provided the technology base for making soap.