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How Often Do Gamblers Really Win?
How Often Do Gamblers Really Win?

AIR DATE: October 15, 2013

Casino signs and billboards flash across the state, promising to pay out big cash to people who double down and split aces. But how many of these gamblers are actually winning? And how many addicts are the casinos luring in to help pay their electric bills?

Wall Street Journal reporter Mark Maremont recently went through data supplied from B Win, one of the biggest online casinos in Europe, to find out just who is winning and who is losing. He joins us to discuss his findings.



Mark Maremont, Wall Street Journal Reporter

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