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  1. Thanks to everyone who's taken the time to respond. Steampowered's snippet is interesting – I hadn't seen that before. Does anyone know where it comes from?! Also, please excuse my ignorance of the law, but I'd have assumed if you were licensed subject to certain regulations and you failed to adhere to those regulations then you were acting unlawfully but steampowered suggests otherwise. I'm sure he's probably right but if anyone would care to elaborate I'd be really grateful. Thanks in anticipation GeorgeRoper
  2. I'm hoping someone of a legal bent might be kind enough to share their wisdom with me. It's like this... Some time ago, I lost a considerable sum of money playing one of the virtual racing games on an online bookmakers' site. Said bookmaker was regulated by the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission under a licence issued under its Online Gambling Regulation Act 2001. Anyway, to cut a long story short, that act demands that any such game must display the Return To Player [RTP]: [7] The System must be able to display for each Game or Lottery, as the case may be, th
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