MORE than £98m was gambled in Huddersfield claims a report.
And almost £38m was gambled in the Colne Valley constituency in 2011/12.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling research is calling for temporarily restricting new licence applications and curbing bookmakers advertising gaming machines.
The campaign group say there are 26 bookies in the Huddersfield constituency and the total amount gambled is £98,599,107, with a gross yield of £3,076,292.
In the Colne Valley constituency, with 10 bookies, the campaign group says £37,922,733 was gambled and £1,183,189 won.
There are a further 131 fixed odds betting terminals in both areas, which the figures relate to.
Adrian Parkinson, Campaign for Fairer Gambling Consultant, used surveys and industry data to work out the figures for each constituency in the country.
He says that in total more than £5bn was gambled in 2011/12.
The huge sums involved, he says, are down to fixed-odds betting terminals which bring high-speed, high-stakes casino gambling to the high street.
The Association of British Bookmakers said the research was flawed.