|Normative regulation and gaps in normative regulation in community gambling|
|Existing social regulation||Additional social regulation for consideration|
|No drinking or drunk players||Days/times of play for gambling|
|No arguing||Locations for gambling (fixed places)|
|High versus low stake games||Limiting stakes, particularly high stake games|
|Family/kin verse general open games1||Age restrictions|
|Collecting a tong2||Adequate child minding facilities|
1 Family/kin games are usually lower stake games and are a sociable activity, while general games more likely to be high stakes games where elements of kinship responsibilities are not adhered to [4,8,9,34].
2 A tong is a small fee card players pay to enter the card game (usually held in a house), and players may receive cups of tea and biscuits.
Stevens and Bailie BMC Public Health 2012 12:377 doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-377