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Holland Casino is a Dutch state-owned company and has the legal monopoly on gambling in the Netherlands, and has fourteen casinos located throughout the country. Profits from Holland Casino go directly to the Dutch treasury. In 2007, profit was around 267 million euros and in 2006 some 263 million euros.

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The headquarters of Holland Casino is located in Hoofddorp, but in the future will move to a separate tower building of the new Holland Casino Utrecht. The first casino opened in Zandvoort on October 1, 1976. Since 2008, the Amsterdam casino is the largest branch. Other branches can be found at:

  • Schiphol (Amsterdam Airport)
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The largest gambling city in Netherlands is Amsterdam with 14 gambling facilities, 116 tables games, 1,194 gaming, slot, and video poker machines. The largest casino in the entire country of Netherlands is Holland Casino Rotterdam which is located in Rotterdam. European Poker Tour - EPT Online, Online: 11 - 22 Nov 2020: Canada: 2020 Fall Super Stack, Calgary: 13 - 22 Nov 2020: United States: Bally's Las Vegas Back in Action Poker Series, Las Vegas: 13 - 25 Nov 2020: International partypoker LIVE - partypoker Caribbean Poker Party Online, Online: 2 - 13 Dec 2020: United States: 2020 Winter Poker Open.

Games[edit]

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In the branches of Holland Casino the following games can be played (not all branches offer all of these games):

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Average payment rate was 93% at slot machines, while the legal minimum is 80%. The tables is the average payout ratio 97.7%. All gambling machines are supervised by Dutch Measurement Institute and they are also inspected by the independent inspection company Verispect.

Compulsive gambling[edit]

The company has policies in place to prevent compulsive gambling as much as possible. Holland Casino was presented the Gaming Award for the most socially responsible business in the international casino industry, on January 21, 2008, in London.

Reforms of 2011[edit]

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In March 2011, the Dutch coalition government announced a new gambling framework which in 2015 will open the country's online gambling market (including casinos, lotteries, poker, sportsbooks and bingo) to licensed domestic and foreign gaming establishments.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^Dutch News - Gambling market to be opened up Retrieved on: April 9, 2011

External links[edit]

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The Holland Casino, the state-regulated series of casinos in The Netherlands, has closed its doors effective immediately and up until March 31 as a result of coronavirus-combating measures. The unprecedented move was taken after the Dutch government held a press conference on March 12, in which additional measures were announced to stop the coronavirus from spreading in the European country.

One of the announced measures is a ban on gatherings that host over 100 people, at least until March 31. In response, Holland Casino, routinely housing over 100 guests and employees, announced it would close its doors starting midnight and keep them closed until the end of the month. The statement further read that 'health and safety of our guests are always a priority' and touted on shared responsibility between all parties to solve the impending health crisis.

The press conference was held while Day 1a of the World Poker Tour DeepStacks Amsterdam Main Event just got underway. Although other poker tournaments across Europe had already been canceled or postponed, WPT Amsterdam, which had kicked off earlier on March 7, was underway as planned and had already crowned several winners in the previous days. Following the announcement, play got suspended for several hours before the Main Event and the remainder of the series were officially canceled.

Players that entered the Main Event or bought tickets for upcoming WPT Amsterdam events will receive their money back from Holland Casino. The next Holland Casino series, the Venlo Poker Series (March 18-22), is automatically canceled as well as a result of the closure. Future poker events in April, such as the Rotterdam Poker Series, are also uncertain to be held at this time.

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