A proposed Tipperary casino in Ireland would only be for people that have a good amount of green to go with their gold
It is a long distance to Tipperary and according to one prospective Irish casino developer, you are only getting there when you have money. This is the word from Richard Quirke, the arcade designer who still has hopes to build a casino in Tipperary County, even as the Irish government shows no signs of allowing any such task to go forward.
That statement came in a distribution by Quirke to the Oireachtas Justice Committee, which included it as an ingredient of a plea for further consideration of major resort gambling enterprises in Ireland. In that distribution, Quirke said that the poor will never become addicted to gambling at his casino for a very reason that is simple they’dn’t have the funds to travel there.
Got No Green? You Won’t Be Viewed
‘The presence of casino gambling in Monte Carlo has no impact on gambling in deprived areas of Marseilles,’ Quirke said, using the famous resort that is french city for example. Quirke also pointed out that the profile for the typical casino patron has changed to a more middle-class clientele, rather than the stereotypical struggling poor gambler of yesteryear.
The proposed casino is one located within the unlikely destination of Two-Miles Borris, a small village with a population of just around 500 that marks their 1900 All-Ireland Senior Hurlin Continue reading “Tipperary Casino Would Be Built on the Green, Green Grass of Home”