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Online Gaming There has been a new trend in gaming in the United States and all over the world that new trend is online gaming It is now possible to gamble and wager on sporting events without ever having to leave the comfort of you own home There are many people who are against the online gaming industry and many people for it Some of the big name casinos such as Harrahs Trump and MGM Grand worry that online gaming will cut their profits and their volume of gamblers that visit their casinos There is legislation in the works that would outlaw online gaming but it is still legal for now There are also questions on how to go about policing the online gaming industry since a lot of online casinos are run from offshore where online gambling is perfectly legal How could the United States make online gaming illegal when most of it is done from countries that make it legal to do so Online gaming is growing by the day more and more online casinos are popping up on the Internet everyday Online gambling is defined as the placing of bets on sports or casino type games over the Internet wwwnetbetorqfaq01html Gambling online is when the betting playing and collection of money is done over the Internet An online casino is where the betting is done There are three basic types Those that require a program to be downloaded to play the games These usually offer good graphics sound and animation Secondly there are the online casinos that use Java an Internet programming language These casinos are basically the same as the first type but all the gaming is done via you Internet browser there is nothing to be downloaded to your computer Thirdly there is the no frills HTML based online casino These are straightforward gambling sites where there is no sound or animation and this makes
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