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    Default Gambling in 2200 year

    What do you think gambling will be like in the year 2200? Or in even later years?

    It is known that this is a loose topic, because there are such a huge number of variables that it is unrealistic to determine what it will look like. Besides, none of us will be at GPWA any more, so we won't be interested in it either, but we can think.

    My personal belief about gambling in 2200 is one thing.
    If the world still exists there will certainly be gambling, whether it be a world highly developed by the development of AI and the like, or a world devastated without internet, electricity with many problems. In my opinion, it will exist in both cases, just in a different form. Just as it has existed for thousands of years.

    If much does not change, perhaps there will be a growing number of players due to the fact that life is moving to the Internet more and more, on top of that the increasing access of the Internet and electronic payments in many locations. On the other hand, increasing regulation and the growing capabilities of countries and organizations in this area could be a problem.

    I don't have a clue, so I won't elaborate. However, maybe someone has interesting loose predictions for 2200, 2500, 3000, 5000 or some other year

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    Gambling has existed for human history and pre-dates money so you can safely assume it will be around for the remainder of our existence, however long that may be.

    I imagine there will still be casinos in 2200, they may look a lot different with AI and VR and what not but the premise will be the same. Games like football will still be played and no doubt bets will still be placed on them.

    Even in a 1984 dystopian future where it is all illegal there will of course still be black market gambling. It is part of human nature so while humans exist gambling will exist.

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    It’s hard to imagine how it will be but gambling will definitely happen (even if it becomes illegal everywhere)

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    I believe that in a couple of centuries, we will witness a significant duality: On one hand, technological advancements will enable immersive online gambling experiences featuring innovative games, unique currencies, and enhanced interactive possibilities. On the other hand, there will be a return to simpler, more laid-back betting styles, where the focus is on enjoying old-school-like experiences.

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    While I think there will be advancements, with more immersive 3D games, more social VR games(like pokerstars VR poker, which exists already), perhaps different game formats like console style video games but pay to play with monetary prizes(Sorta like Evo Play Star Guardians, which is a 3D game not a traditional slot, but in the future maybe ones with a bit more of a map and story line), and more advanced 3D graphics(browser games by 2200 would probably be gaming PC level graphics on a mobile device, one would imagine).

    I also think, simple classic style games will still prevail. At land based casinos, there's all sorts of cool new slots with fun animations, big screens, novel game mechanics, and while those new games are popular - people still also love their plain ole buffalo gold lightning link games(all the different variations of the basically the exact same game, with the very basic graphics and 90s era sound effects), and retro style video poker. Something about simple game mechanics all gamblers are familiar with and simple symbols people are all familiar with just doesn't get old.

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    Thinking about what gambling will be like in the year 2200 is pretty wild, but I'm pretty sure it’ll still be around. With all the new tech, like AI, we could see even cooler virtual casinos or maybe AI that knows exactly what games you like. It's going to be super personalized and maybe even more exciting.

    As someone who bets on sports now, I can already see how tech changes the way we bet, like being able to place bets during a game or using stats to make better choices. In the future, this could get even more high-tech, maybe with super realistic game simulations that you can bet on.
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    There is a difference what is gambling and what is perceived as gambling.

    I do not care much what s perceived as gambling. It is some political bullshit connected to taxes and regulation.

    The real biggest gambling nowadays is so called investing. Into crypto, stocks etc. People have no clue what they are buying, they use insane leverages to make odds as high as possible and they hope for big win. And they pay commissions.

    Everything looks noble, even governments support such behavior, because it brings taxes and because the box of Pandora was opened and it is impossible to stop such reckless behavior without significant impact to state budgets and social order.

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    But in few generations I believe is:
    The end of democracy and enlightened tyranny. Probably from Asia. This tyranny will restrict people from freedoms to do whatever they want to do with money. So some knd of heavily restricted gambling on all fronts.

    If the west survives after WWIII, there will be reborn democracy and personal freedoms and this will compete with Asian totalitarianism. Crypto based monetary policy will not allow high taxes (all taxes will go to infrastructure war and defense budgets)and social policy, therefore labor force will be again highly competitive and smart. The gambling will be limited from inside, because people will understand that they can not gamble.

    So there will be much less gambling, much more work and competing of two systems of self government. That is the optimistic scenario.

    There is no pessimistic scenario, because people will not survive being so stupid and gambling is part of that stupidity. It was always here, but now it is limitless and it hurts everyone.

    First step is to recognize that any playing with money without real information, without rationality, is gambling. As masses became richer during last decades because of R&D, the culture of asset nursing/saving is lagging behind. Credit fro casual spending is double edged sword that keeps economy running but destroying it microeconomically.

    Those issues must be addressed in 21st century and it is is too late (and always was) to do it in a peaceful way. So the big war is ahead and the things will settle down only if human race will survive it. I guess it will and it will be educated from it (as always just for a short time until it will become stupid again).
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    It's fascinating to speculate about the future of gambling, even if it's beyond our lifetimes. I agree that gambling will likely endure in some form, whether humanity thrives in a highly advanced world or faces challenges in a more troubled future. The evolution of technology, especially AI and internet access, could lead to a surge in online gambling participation. However, increased regulation and oversight may also shape the landscape. It's difficult to make concrete predictions, but it's an intriguing thought exercise nonetheless. Perhaps someone else has some imaginative ideas about what the distant future holds for gambling!

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