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Betting in Glasgow

Published on: 08/08/2016

Glasgow is a port city in West Central Scotland situated on the banks of the River Clyde. Glasgow’s GDP per capita is the third largest in the UK behind Edinburgh and London. Glasgow has many manufacturing industries such as engineering, construction, shipbuilding, chemicals, textiles, brewing and distilling, and publishing and printing. More recent sectors include Biotechnology, software development and optoelectronics.

Evidence of the ancient settlements from the Roman era are all but gone, however, the city does give a glimpse of its medieval past in the form of two landmarks: the 13th century St.Mungos Cathedral and the 15th century Provand’s Lordship. Glasgow’s Victorian architecture is also very prominent - of special interest is the University of Glasgow City Chambers. In total, Glasgow boasts more than 1,800 listed buildings.

Glasgow has many districts such as the city centre, retail and theatre district, merchant city, financial district, West End, South Side, North Glasgow and East end. The city offers many recreational activities including pubs, clubs, live music halls, theatres and casinos. The Corinthian Club is in an impressive Victorian building which is furnished with beautiful A-listed Victorian interiors. It hosts weddings, banquets, events and meetings. The venue also offers gambling facilities. The Corinthian Club Casino features gaming machines, touch bet roulette and table games such as 3-card poker, roulette, punto banco, poker and blackjack. There are mezzanine balconies and a bar as well. A company known as called Gala Casinos operates two gambling establishments in Glasgow City Centre, both venues offer gaming machines and table games. Genting Casino Glasgow offers 10 slot machines and 17 gaming tables including punto banco, stud poker, 3-card poker, blackjack and roulette.

The Gala Riverboat Casino provides 20 games machines and 14 gaming tables featuring punto banco, casino stud poker, American roulette and blackjack. Punters can also enjoy cash poker games from 9pm each night.

Alea Glasgow is a vast gambling venue located at Springfield Quay featuring 50 slot machines and 33 gaming tables for casino and poker activities. Customers have three bars to choose from, as well as the on-site restaurant known as the Red Leaf Restaurant. Mecca Bingo has three venues in the city of Glasgow. One of the establishments also provides slot machines and other gaming activities. Greyhound racing fans are also catered for in Glasgow with the Shawfield Stadium which first introduced track racing in 1932. Punters can place bets at the tote betting booths at the stadium or with the trackside bookmakers.