Peren; Clement
December 2011
Journal of Gambling Business & Economics;Dec2011, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p44
Academic Journal
The article discusses the pathologic potentials on gambling addiction to specific games. It relates the data gathered on the numbers of pathological gamblers per game with the gambling intensity and gross gaming revenue results. It mentions that the relative approach between pathological gamblers, and gambling intensity and gross gaming revenue results yields pathologic potential coefficient. It suggests the view of the pathologic potentials of gambling predominant types might be wrong in relation to its relative importance.


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