Whether it's for poker, roulette or blackjack, gambling fans across Australia and the wider Asia Pacific region are constantly on the lookout for the best casinos in which to try their luck.
But while the likes of Macau and Melbourne offer some of the most impressive casino complexes around, Singapore also has a range of establishments open to residents and visitors.
And according to Asia One News, there has been no spike in crime as a result of casinos opening in Singapore, with government figures revealing that casino-related incidents were responsible for less than one per cent of all crime committed from 2010 to 2011.
Yet despite casinos playing no part in having a negative impact on the country's crime figures, there is still said to be talk of greater regulations being imposed to limit the harmful effects of gambling on Singaporeans.
So if casinos in the country are subject to more stringent restrictions in the future, card enthusiasts could be tempted to look online or across to the likes of Australia and Macau to enjoy their hobby.