Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake in the Illegal Gambling World
Apr 16, 2012
Those two celebrities will show us how the underground gambling world works.
We, at BlackjackChamp, strive to teach players how to increase their betting chances and, at the same time, our casino gambling news frequently report the evils of illegal gambling, while warning the players from entering the mafia controlled dungeons of illicit gambling darkness.
Now, two celebrities, Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake, will star in a thriller about online gambling, called ”Runner, Runner.” We’re not sure yet if the viewers will get to see some Blackjack Tricks or perhaps something more benign such as online slots spinning.
What we know is that the movie will be about illegal online casinos. Here, some questions arise. Illegal in which sense? Since the United States prosecutes online gambling and sports betting as a felony, something similar to selling crack cocaine and angel dust, the Internet betting is, in effect, illegal until the laws change.
On the other hand, there are true underground online casinos where participating in online blackjack tournaments makes the guys on mafia list win since the results are rigged. These are illegal outfits which ruin the reputation of the entire online gambling industry.
In any case, we hope the movie directed by Brad Furman will be a success and great entertainment. To prepare yourself, read some of our previous articles about the illegal gambling and its often sorrow consequences.
Some other stories posted on our site are just hilarious such as the story of special forces breaking into senior citizens club to prevent small stakes poker betting among older Cyprus ladies. Or, a story of a deranged Arizona blackjack player who robbed a circus to get money in order to make tournament bets.
We also expose all kinds of crooks including priests, accountants, charity directors, cops, and judges who steal money to gamble.
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