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Ok - what's the problem with gambling? - most people in the entire country can tell you the answer to that. I don't know how :) but somehow Utah acquired the pet name "The Mormon State." - not to pass judgement, just passing the "buzz" everyone already knows about. Mormon's don't allow congregation members to gamble in casinos - or gambling at all. It's agains't the religion. So Utah doesn't even have a state lottery.
I was just reading today that a small town tried to get a police dog using a raffle method, but realized after they started that they were violating Utah's anti-gambling laws. So there you have it.
So what can you do in Utah to vill the casino/gambling void? How about home poker you say? From what we've been seeing and reading, there are poker games available to paly in Utah. Check out: Utah home poker games here. Also - make sure to do your own research to make sure you aren't breaking any laws. It's ultimately your responsibility. If you're located where online gambling is legal, try the online casino directory.