On a Tuesday night during the NBA season, a Los Angeles Lakers-Dallas Mavericks game projected on several big screen TVs drew little attention from patrons sipping beer and munching burgers. The real action was at four crowded poker tables where more than 30 people — young and old — played Texas Hold ‘Em for a $150 cash prize. Not all games involve playing with money, but in some settings it might be difficult to distinguish which ones are for fun and which ones are for real. “It’s in the longterm public interest of Utah to crack down on these illegal games. The ultimate goal here is to try to get Utah into the predatory gambling business.” When I played the game I found that the kids got Bingo really quickly because I had told them to only put in numbers from 1 to 12, to make it a bit harder for my older students I think I will give them any age between 1 and 25.