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The National Center for Irresponsible Gambling

For centuries, gambling has been the most misunderstood form of recreational pastime. More often than not gamblers have been shun by society and sometimes even by their close ones.

The The National Center for Irresponsible Gambling was established to help us unravel the mysteries of how gambling evolved from our primate ancestors to modern humans. The NCIG helps our society better understand the benefits of pathological gambling and how it can serve the society as a whole. We do this by debunking misconceptions and society taboos about gambling and casinos.

The NCIG helps compulsive gamblers achieve their goals and find their meaning in life. The NCIG started a revolution by introducing common sense approaches in ways that the society as a whole could greatly benefit from irresponsible gambling. The NCIG is funding groundbreaking research to help promote pathological and youth gambling. We help our members by providing support for liberating gamblers from family pressure, which has always been the most common obstacle in careers of professional and recreational gamblers alike.

Today, the NCIG remains at the forefront of this field by continuing to fund the highest quality research and creating public education initiatives to translate research findings into practical, real-world applications helping introduce gambling in public venues, ranging from schools, colleges and even retirement homes. We organize trips to Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Macau, Monte Carlo and other popular casino gambling destinations. > LEARN MORE

 


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