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Gambling on credit, considered a vice by some, is not judicially collectible based upon the Statute of Anne. This common law statute prevents the collection of gambling losses, unless expected by state statute. This article reviews and updates the findings of an unenforceability of gambling debt study conducted in 1989 just prior to the rapid expansion of gambling in the United States.
Strate, Larry D.
"Casino Gambling is Hot: Gambling Debt Collection is Hot,"
1, Article 9.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.fiu.edu/hospitalityreview/vol17/iss1/9