Countries Where Gambling is Entirely Prohibited

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In this article, we will discuss the countries where gambling is entirely prohibited. Gambling in these nations is a crime that can result in heavy fines and imprisonment. If you are thinking about visiting any of the countries listed here, be aware that there is a possibility you will be detained if you carry cash or have more than $10,000 on your person at all times.

– In China, the only legal form of gambling is betting on horse races. Gambling in any other way can result in imprisonment and fines up to $14,000 USD.

– Cuba has extremely strict laws regarding gaming devices. Individuals found with these machines will face heavy penalties including confiscation or destruction of their property as well as hefty fines. Accused individuals also may be imprisoned for six months to one year depending upon whether they are operating an illegal casino which could result in up to five years imprisonment along with a fine between $18,000 -$30,000USD per violation if caught running an unlicensed business without government approval.

– Colombia only allows the state to run and approve casinos. While individuals can gamble, they may not own or operate a casino in any way shape or form. Those who do face imprisonment up to six years along with fines of $27,000 -$54,000USD per violation if caught running an unlicensed business without government approval.

– In Norway where it is illegal for individuals to organize games for money such as poker tournaments but it’s legal by law for bars and restaurants that obtain special permits from local authorities allowing them to host these events while having rules prohibiting the exchange of real money at all times during play. Norwegians found breaking this law will be fined between $500-$ under article 162a which prohibits betting

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