I've run a website since 2001 with betting sites adverts for most of that time and Google Adsense for many years as well. Five or six years ago I was generating £100-£200 per month from Google, but this has fallen by over 90% subsequently - people don't click them, basically! So the following isn't a disaster.
Anyway, on 18 April I got an email giving me 72 hours to remove all betting adverts and betting related content or Google Adsense would be disabled from the site:
GAMBLING: As stated in our program policies, AdSense publishers are not permitted to place Google ads on sites with content related to gambling or casinos. This policy includes driving traffic to online gambling sites through links or advertisements. More information about this policy can be found in our help center
Their 'review' of websites seems to be a direct result of the FBI action on 15 April, so advertising and content that I've had (and submitted to Google Search) is no longer acceptable after several years with no complaints.
Does anyone have a constructive workaround that may satisfy Google without affecting my long-standing advertising policy?