“My friend is a police officer!” 3 Students Play poker With Chips Next to the Swimming Pool
(Singapore) The students have played with Texas Hold’em on the apartment side of the apartment, and they come up with chips. Citizens are skeptical that there is not a bit of money plunged in gambling, and they are even more anxious about the negative effects on children. After people approached them, they were called back: “My friend is a cop.
Readers of “United Evening News” contacted the hotline and wrote that there were students who were unfolded gambling downstairs in the apartment and asked the reporter to check it out.
Mrs. Zhang, who lives in the Dover area, told United Evening News that over the past year, a group of students have been seen almost every weekend and gathered in a poker apartment for Poker Texas.
Mrs. Zhang wrote that she had repeatedly approached young people and aspired that they would avoid playing in the big crowd and would be called back by the other: “You control me.”
Once they reach their license, they do not see convergence.
“One day, my daughter through them and asked for me ‘Mother, what is gambling?'”.
Someone came forward to seduce them and they were summoned back and said: “My friend is a policeman and we have not broken the law.”
No cash on the table has chips
The reporter was recently led by a resident at 9 pm to a pool pond and chased a group of five near pool pool tables, there were so many color chips on the table, and even a “Banker card”, gambling equipment finished.
Based on the observations, they only need an average of two or three minutes in the game, and they are skillfully shuffled by others. Although they do not watch cash on the table, the game is won or lost based on the chip.
During this period, parents from time to time carry the children through, and some children are still curious to watch to the table.
The majority of residents surveyed believe that swimming pools in apartments are public facilities. People can clearly see that they use chips to play cards, as if they are “mini gambling files”, and they are worried about the negative effects on children.
Li (age 40), who has three young people, said: “Playing in public locations, children will be affected in a number of ways, and that makes us feel the most disgusting of this staircase.”
Resident Chen (age 46) is worried that this behavior will encourage gambling habits, and in particular that they will play “very hard and fast” cards almost every weekend.
However, there are citizens who write that about them not playing, playing cards is their freedom.