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Will the Anti Cigarette Law in the UK Drive Bingo Enthusiasts On to the Net?

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Much has been stated in the press not long ago about the bingo industry singing the blues because of the cigarette ban in England. Conditions have grown so awful that in Scotland the Bingo industry has called for huge tax breaks to assist in keeping the industry from going bankrupt. However does the internet version of this classic game present a salvation, or will it in no way compare to its real life relative?

Bingo is an established game historically enjoyed by the "blue haired" generation. However the game recently had experienced a recent comeback in appeal with younger men and women deciding to go to the bingo parlours instead of the clubs on a Saturday night. All this is about to be reversed with the introduction of the anti smoking law all over United Kingdom.

No longer will players be able to smoke at the same time marking off their numbers. From the summer of 2007 every public area will not be allowed to permit smoking in their venues and this includes Bingo halls, one of the most favored areas where people enjoy smoking.

The results of the cigarette ban can already be observed in Scotland where cigarettes are already prohibited in the bingo halls. Players have plummeted and the business is beyond a doubt struggling for its life. But where have the players gone? Surely they haven't given up on this established game?

The answer is on the net. People realize that they can gamble on bingo from their computer while enjoying a drink and fag and still enjoy big jackpots. This is a recent development and has happened almost perfectly with the anti cigarette law.

Of course gambling on online is unlikely to replace the communal aspect of going over to the bingo parlor, but for a demographic of players the law has left many bingo players with no choice.

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