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When people hear the word ‘robbery’ they usually think of banks and convenience stores as being at the greatest risk, but a spate of robberies around the world in recent months seems to show that casinos are now becoming increasingly common targets. Just last month it was reported that the Genting Casino in Luton was robbed in the early hours by a lone criminal wearing a black motorcycle helmet. Then, just last week, a couple robbed the Silver Dollar Casino in Tobago and escaped with around half a million dollars.
It could be won this week or it may not happen for months, but the Mega Moolah jackpot has soared to a new record of £7 million and is set to continue rising quickly until it goes.
A bill to legalise casino gambling in Japan will be resubmitted in the hope of raising an estimated US$40 billion a year in revenue. Gambling is generally illegal in the country, with notable exceptions including lotteries which raise money for local and national governments and wagering on certain sports. However, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is behind the push for the creation of ‘integrated resorts’ featuring casinos, which would contribute towards economic growth.