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Can the Cigarette Ban in Britain Take Bingo Players Online?

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An abundance has been reported in the papers not long ago about the bingo industry being hurt because of the cigarette ban in Britain. Conditions have grown so bad that in Scotland the Bingo industry has requested huge aid to assist in keeping the businesses from going bankrupt. However will the online variation of this quintessential game offer a escape, or might it never compare to its bricks and mortar opposite?

Bingo is an ancient game historically enjoyed by the "blue rinse" generation. However the game recently had experienced a recent return in appeal with younger men and women deciding to visit the bingo halls instead of the clubs on a weekend. All this is about to be reversed with the enforcement of the anti smoking law across UK.

Players will no longer be able to puff on cigarettes whilst dabbing numbers. Beginning in the summer of '07 every public place will not be allowed to permit smoking in their venues and this includes Bingo parlors, which are possibly the most popular locations where folks like to puff on cigarettes.

The results of the cigarette ban can already be seen in Scotland where cigarettes are already prohibited in the bingo halls. Players have dropped and the industry is beyond a doubt fighting for to stay alive. But where did all the players go? Obviously they haven't cast aside this age old game?

The answer is online. People realize that they can play bingo using their computer whilst enjoying a beverage and cig and still have a chance at huge jackpots. This is a recent anomaly and has timed itself almost perfectly with the anti smoking law.

Of course betting on online is unlikely to replace the social part of going down to the bingo parlour, but for a demographic of people the rules have left a good many bingo enthusiasts with no choice.

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