How to win on roulette machines in bookies - Making £34million a week from 'crack cocaine' gambling machinescampaigners say tens of thousands of pounds can be raked in by some individual machines each week share commentsbymartin bagot21:00, 26 jan 2016updated07:56, 27 jan 2016newscrack cocaine: fixed odds gaming machines in ladbrokes betting shop (photo: alamy) share commentsget politics updates directly to your inbox+ subscribethank you for subscribing! Mr parkinson added: “despite government measures and self regulation by the bookmakers we are seeing the average profits on these highly addictive machines climbing year on year with paddy power now hitting nearly £1,400 per week from each of them. Last december, in a paper for the journal of gambling studies, heather wardle, a former project director of the british gambling prevalence survey, warned that gambling machines were more likely to be found in areas of high socioeconomic deprivation. “??whilst we can and do regulate some aspects of machine play such as speed of play, legislatively we are unable to regulate the number of machines, the place where machines are sited, and the size of stake or prize.
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