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(c) Rajasthan

The Rajasthan Public Gaming Ordinance, 1949

5.45 The Ordinance, 1949 provides that nothing therein shall be held to apply to any game of mere skill, as distinguished from a game of chance and skill combined, unless it is carried on in common gaming house. Thus, the Rajasthan Ordinance prohibits even games of skill, only if played in a common gaming house.

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