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Could the Smoking Ban in England Drive Bingo Players On to the Web?

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An abundance has been stated in the papers just a while ago about the bingo industry singing the blues as a consequence of the anti cigarette law in Britain. Things have become so awful that in Scotland the Bingo industry has called for huge aid to assist in keeping the businesses from going bankrupt. But will the net version of this classic game present a reprieve, or will it never compare to its land based equivalent?

Bingo is an enduring game usually enjoyed by the "blue rinse" generation. Although the game lately had seen a recent resurgence in acceptance with younger people opting to hit the bingo parlors rather than the bars on a weekend. This is all about to be destroyed with the enforcement of the anti smoking law all over Britain.

Players will no longer be able to smoke at the same time marking numbers. Starting in the summer of 2007 every public place will no longer be permitted to allow cigarettes in their locations and this includes Bingo halls, one of the most favorite places where players like to smoke.

The outcome of the anti smoking law can already be seen in Scotland where smoking is already prohibited in the bingo halls. Players have dropped and the industry is absolutely struggling for its life. But where did all the players go? Certainly they haven't deserted this classic game?

The answer is on the internet. People realize that they can wager on bingo in front of their computer whilst enjoying a cocktail and smoke and in the end, enjoy big jackpots. This is a recent phenomenon and has happened bordering on perfect with the anti smoking law.

Of course wagering on on the internet can never replace the social part of going over to the bingo hall, but for a group of players the law has left a number of bingo players with no option.

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