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Might the Anti Smoking Law in the UK Drive Bingo Enthusiasts Online?

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A lot has been stated in the papers just a while ago concerning the bingo industry being hit as a result of the anti smoking law in England. Things have grown so awful that in Scotland the Bingo industry has requested big aid to assist in keeping the businesses alive. However can the web variation of this classic game offer a reprieve, or might it not compare to its real life opposite?

Bingo is an enduring game generally played by the "blue rinse" generation. However the game recently had witnessed a recent increase in appeal with younger members of society opting to visit the bingo parlours instead of the bars on a Saturday night. This is all about to be destroyed with the enacting of the anti cigarette law across England and Wales.

No longer will players be permitted to puff on cigarettes at the same time marking off their numbers. From the summer of '07 every public place will not be permitted to allow cigarettes in their locations and this includes Bingo parlors, one of the most popular locations where folks enjoy smoking.

The outcome of the smoking ban can already be observed in Scotland where cigarettes are already barred in the bingo halls. Profits have plunged and the business is literally struggling for to stay alive. But where have the players gone? Obviously they have not forgotten this enduring game?

The answer is on the web. Players know that they can play bingo using their computer at the same time enjoying a beer and cig and still have a chance at huge cash rewards. This is a recent development and has timed itself just about perfectly with the ban on smoking.

Of course betting on online will never replace the communal part of going down to the bingo hall, but for a group of people the governing edicts have left a lot of bingo enthusiasts with no alternative.

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