Online wagering is likely to be very harmful to a new generation of gamblers who habitually use mobile devices. It has the capacity to be very high intensity.
The desire to fritter away our pay packet on the roll of a dice may not be hardwired at all. So where does it come from?
Lottery-linked accounts helped England wage its Nine Years' War in the 17th century. Could it help the rest of us save more money today?
Why two-thirds of the adult population in the UK bet on this annual horse race.
The controversy over gambling companies and sport masks a much bigger problem most of us seem ok with.
Coming into a fortune is definitely not the route to happiness. Here's what you can do to stay chipper.
The tennis world is the latest sport to be rocked by allegations of corruption, this time by reports of match fixing. So who are the winners and losers when such allegations are made?
A mathematician looks at the odds.
Online in-play betting is likely to be a big growth area for the bookies, and consequently for TV stations. If legalised, what harm might this bring?
Harm minimisation policies should seek to reduce the poker machine gambling of everyone, not just problem gamblers.
Law firm Maurice Blackburn that plans to use Australian consumer law to argue that poker machine operators are engaging in misleading and deceptive conduct to trick gamblers into using poker machines.
For many, the marriage of two American pastimes – gambling and sports – can be almost impossible to resist.
Australians seem uniquely vulnerable to the siren call of poker machines. Here are 15 reasons that suggest why this is so, what impact it has, and what can be done about it.
Some clubs provide genuine benefits to their communities. Unfortunately, clubs have developed significant poker machine dependency – an average of about 60% of total revenue.
The basic characteristics of pokies, combined with constantly refined game features, provide a stimulus to the brain that, in many cases, leads to a form of addiction.
Did you know Scotland were going to lose, or was it just hindsight bias?
You are now three times less likely to win the big prize. So why don't we run for the hills?
The favourite in the betting won has almost every single US presidential election since 1868 and more recently the Academy Awards. But how well can the market predict the Nobel Prize winners?
The gambling industry knows how to wield power, and does it with great expertise, backed by significant resources.
The fledgling industry faces a minefield that could undermine its valuation and growth.