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1-13-2012 @ 2:58PM
I don't see the connection to gambling. At least, not any more than trading on the stock market constitutes gambling. Is that illegal in South Korea too?
1-13-2012 @ 5:44PM
Stocks don't have pretty graphics, whistles and bells like poker machines and D3 to keep people playing. You'll also know the true odds and risks going into a stock market as well.
1-14-2012 @ 6:26PM
Actually, stocks have pretty graphics (company logos, colors to indicate market performance), buy/sell alerts, and a nice bell that goes off at the beginning of trading (in the U.S. anyway). And you may think you know the "true" odds and risks, but recent history has once again proven that to be untrue. The definition of gambling is to bet on an uncertain outcome, and any player's/investor's final outcome is far from certain.
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