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    Lifestyle: Gambling


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      Horse Racing  Statistics and analysis on horse races conducted in Singapore and Malaysia. Providing multi-layer relational analysis of horses, trainers, jockeys, owners, etc based on many years of past races.

      4D Lucky Number Picker

       TOTO Lucky Numbers Picker

     Others  offer some of the market best odds on a large number of sporting events 24 hours a day in Thai language. Our site is developed with the same demands on security and performance as the sites used for bank services.




Police arrest 20 persons for illegal soccer betting activities

Between 24 October to 18 November 2007, Singapore police conducted a series of island-wide raids targeted at illegal soccer bookmaking activities and arrested a total of 20 persons for illegal soccer bookmaking and gambling activities...



Police bust illegal Internet cafes in Geylang

Police raided 3 internet cafes at in Geylang on 9 November 07, which resulted in the arrest of 15 men and 3 women aged between 18 and 47 years old.
Acting on information received, Police quickly established that three Internet cafes along Geylang Lorong 17 and 18 were involved in the provision of illegal online gambling games...


     - Media statement on Genting and the Sentosa Integrated Resort


     - Genting International and Star Cruises wins Sentosa IR bid

     - Las Vegas Sands awarded Integrated Resort Project at Marina Bay

     - Police bust illegal 4-D syndicate

     - The Singapore Sweep gets a major makeover


Casino Control Bill 2006

To discourage locals from developing into problem gamblers, Section 116 of the Bill shall require the casino operators to collect an entry levy from Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents for every consecutive 24 hours in the casinos or $2,000 for an annual membership.

This levy will also underscore the message that gambling is an expense and not a means to get rich...
Section 108 of the Bill shall prohibit casino and junket operators from extending credit to Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents, unless they maintain a credit balance of at least $100,000 with the casino operator at the start of their gaming which would qualify them as premium players.
Automated Teller Machines or ATMs shall be prohibited within the casinos under Section 109 of the Bill so that patrons will not have easy access to their savings accounts to gamble continuously.
Minors are also another potentially vulnerable group who may fall prey to the glamour of the casino, without realising the possible dangers of gambling. Sections 130 to 137 of the Bill will prohibit persons below the age of 21 years from entering the casinos...



Law amended to impose heavier penalties on loansharks

"But the number of unlicensed moneylending and related harassment cases continues to rise: from some 1,500 cases in 1995 to almost 6,000 cases in 2004.

"In some instances, parties who did not borrow money were also harassed; for example, new occupants of dwellings that were formerly occupied by debtors and people who had lost or misplaced their identity cards.
"In addition, the number of arrests made in harassment cases more than doubled from 123 arrests in 2003 to 284 arrests in 2004..."


     - Draft Casino Control Bill released for public consultation



Singapore to have two IRs with a casino each

"...We cannot stand still. The whole region is on the move. If we do not change, where will we be in 20 years’ time? Losing our appeal to tourists is the lesser problem. But if we become a backwater, just one of many ordinary cities in Asia, instead of being a cosmopolitan hub of the region, then many good jobs will be lost, and all Singaporeans will suffer. We cannot afford that..."




     - Social Safeguards for Integrated Resort with Casino Gaming

     - Monday with the Editor: A casino for Singapore? Why not?

     - Casino in Singapore?

     - Singapore Pools merging with Singapore Totalisator Board


Singapore Pools will come under the Singapore Totalisator Board (Tote Board) from 1 Apr 2004. The board will have the sole right to conduct all betting activities and manage donation of surpluses. (Straits Times 26 Feb 2004) (H3)





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