This appeared in yesterday's (London) Times (at the top of the Ipad). You have to guess what you think it means before seeing the article's beginning.
Pupils should learn that studying the form can improve their chances of winning a bet, an industry-funded body has advised
Children as young as 12 should be taught in school how to gamble, a government education review has been told.
Pupils should learn that studying the form of race horses, dogs and sports teams can improve chances of winning a bet, an industry-funded body has advised. They should also play the dice game craps, learn about fruit machines and how to calculate betting odds.
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