|Posted: December 24, 2013, 12:47 am - IP Logged|
This is a terrible idea. Not for the state but for the players.
Do you know how fast it would take to scratch a virtual ticket? Do you know how fast it would take
to drain a deposit of $100? $200? $500? wow..this is just too much. They realize what they're doing
and setting a limit or offering caps on funding and ability to play is just a cover-up. They always want
to appear to be willing to help but it turns out they are just helping themselves. Who cares if there is
a cap or limit on the amount ONE player can play? With the ease of purchase, the convenience of at
home play and the ability to buy without someone waiting behind you or having someone watching
you taken out of the picture this will bite more than a few players in the rear...really bad.
This is ultimate greed and shows a total disrespect for the players. At least out at the machine you
eventually have to quit due to low ticket stock, players in line, busy registers or the neighborhood
hawk in the vicinity. There is none of that at home in front of your own computer. Sick pickle they
got the Minnesota people in but they'll keep on rubbing their hands together and rake in the dough.
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