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Invisible placeholder GameSense program aiming to curb gambling problem GameSense program aiming to curb gambling problem (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee, File) [  +   -  ] SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) - Excitement continues to grow with the much-anticipated opening of Springfield's MGM casino. But some who opposed the casino still have fears about possible negative impacts on the surrounding community. One of those concerns is gambling addiction. The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is requiring all Massachusetts casinos to implement GameSense , a responsible gaming program that helps players adopt behaviors and attitudes to reduce the risk of developing gambling disorders. MGM says they've always been engaged in helping their customers with responsible gambling practices and are impressed with the GameSense model. "Game Sense is a little bit different and a little newer," MGM Resorts Executive Alan M. Feldman said. "But not only are we wholly supportive of it here in Massachusetts, we've actually become a licensee ourselves and are using it now everywhere in our company." Another player protection program is " Play My Way ," where people can voluntarily place time and budget limits on their gaming.  That program is scheduled to begin next year.

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Businessman found guilty of illegal gambling Businessman found guilty of illegal gambling A 69-year-old businessman was fined $4,400 at the Port of Spain Magistrate's Court this afternoon for operating illegal casinos upstairs two of his Port of Spain business places. Abraham Moses of Fonrose Avenue, Cascade, appeared before magistrate Sanara Toon-McQuilkin. He was charged with two counts of illegal gambling. According to state counsel, two cash registers, modified to act as lottery machines were removed from the Million Dollar Private Members' Club on Charlotte Street in 2016 and another three cash registers from the Queen Charlotte Recreational Club on Henry Street. An estimated $7,452 was found in the first two cash registers, and $31,053 in the last three registers. Moses, who was represented by attorney Ian Brooks urged the court to show mercy, citing his client's clean record, age and his cooperation with officers during the investigation.

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