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Punters in the Anglia region are losing millions every year on gambling machines known as fixed odds betting terminals.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling has described the machines as "the crack cocaine of gambling".
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The industry that represents bookmakers has defended the use of fixed odds betting machines.
The Association of British Bookmakers said players could now set limits on how much money they spend and the amount of time they play.
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A former gambler from Cambridge has spoken out after losing nearly £200,000 on betting machines.
Millions of pounds are being lost on controversial gambling machines across the Anglia region, according to the latest figures.