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Helpful Links

BC Partnership for Responsible Gambling — a source for information on responsible gambling and assistance for those seeking help with problem gambling

Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch — regulates all gaming in British Columbia, including the operations of BCLC

Responsible Gambling Council — a non-profit organization committed to the prevention of problem gambling

GetGamblingFacts — practical information to help you make informed decisions if you gamble

International Centre for Youth Gambling Problems and High-Risk Behaviours at McGill University

GamTalk — a free online forum for people who want to share experiences and ideas about gambling

Gamblers Anonymous — for those who wish to stop gambling

Gam-Anon — for the spouse, family or close friends of problem gamblers

Publications Library

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    How the Games Work - Texas Hold ’em, Omaha & Seven Card Stud

    Learn the differences of the variant games of Poker, including Texas Hold ’em, Omaha an...

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    How the Games Work - Fortune Pai Gow

    Fortune Pai Gow is played using a deck of 52 cards, plus one Joker. To win, you must be...

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    Want to make Sense of it all?

    The more you know, the better equipped you are to keep it fun.

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    Voluntary Self-Exclusion

    The Voluntary Self-Exclusion Program can be an important first step in helping you to c...

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    How the Games Work - Pai Gow Tiles

    Pai Gow Tiles is a game of Chinese Dominoes played with thirty-two dominoes, dealt by t...

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    How the Games Work - Texas Hold ’em Bonus Poker

    To win at Texas Hold ’em Bonus, you must be the player with the best five-card poker ha...