Reduction of maximum participation in fixed betting terms (FOBT) will be repeated until April 2019, after the government withdrew due to a growing uprising that made allies allies across the political spectrum.
The Chancellor, Philip Hammond, said in a budget that the reduction of FOBT's 100 to 2 pound stakes would not take effect until October next year, a decision that brought books to 900 million pounds and brought Sports Minister Tracei Crouch's resignation.
However, after a few days of speculation about the turn, Culture Secretary Jeremi Vright issued a written statement Wednesday afternoon confirming that the reduction of participation would now be held six months earlier.
"The government was clear that the protection of vulnerable people is the main concern, but that it is the responsibility of the government to take into account the needs of employees in the gambling industry and to provide time for a smooth transition," a written statement said.
"The parliament, however, was clear that they wanted these changes to take place earlier. The government listened and will now implement the reduction in April 2019."
Increasing the online casino tax from 15% to 21%, designed to offset FOBT tax cuts, will go in at the same time.
Deputy Labor leader and Shadow Culture Minister Tom Wattson said: "This climb shows the disastrous political judgment of Jeremy Wright and Philip Hammond.
"It is very sad that it was necessary to honor the resignation of a good minister and mutual rebellion in order to achieve the obvious and necessary reforms of FOBT.
"While this is a personal humiliation for Jeremy Vright, this is a very good day for thousands of people whose families and communities are damaged by addiction to gambling."
Crouch, who praised her for resigning on principle through FOBT, said she was "thrilled".
On Wednesday, Theresa signaled the slowing down of the issue during the prime minister's response to the question of former conservative leader Iain Duncan Smith.
The face appeared less than 24 hours after the source of Vhitehall that the Treasury held the company, despite having faced the prospect of being first defeated on its own budget account since 1978.
More than 100 MPs, including older rebellious rebels like Boris Johnson, Jacob Rees-Mogg and David Davis, put their names in an amendment that forced the government to submit a reduction in participation.
Labor said he would support the amendment, which means the government certainly lost its vote on the issue next week.
It is believed that the final straw letter was sent to the main whip Julian Smith on Tuesday evening by 12 senior deputies, urging the government to change the course.
"This may be the first step in preventing some of the worst offenses in the industry and the beginning of the ending of gambling-related suicides," said Charles Ritchie, who, along with his wife, Liz, founded a charity game Gambling with Life after their son, Jack, 24, dependence on FOBT.