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    Quote Originally Posted by Prop View Post
    That's a proposed penalty for a player engaging in non-licensed gambling; criminalizing it on the player side.
    Right, and Washington State currently has it outlawed and it is a felony there, but one one has ever been charged. The law would be draconian and potentially dangerous, but I'd much rather take that option than an Adelson led crusade to outlaw it completely. Something has to give, and I favor regulation.
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    Have you heard about the proposed California online poker bill? It requires player registration and deposits/withdrawals to be done in person. With segregated player pools and stuff like this it's almost like they want the US online poker market to fail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pokeraussie View Post
    Have you heard about the proposed California online poker bill? It requires player registration and deposits/withdrawals to be done in person. With segregated player pools and stuff like this it's almost like they want the US online poker market to fail.
    Yea that's nonsense. That will surely get stripped out of any bill that might pass. It defeats the purpose of "online poker"

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    Fingers crossed that this trend continues in that direction. However I anticipate that since it will be tightly regulated, affiliates may be required to apply for license to promote them the way the New Jersey online casinos currently do.

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    I think the next states will be Cali and, Denver,

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    Quote Originally Posted by every1bets View Post
    I think the next states will be Cali and, Denver,
    If and when Cali goes live I fear that our offshore site revenues will drop a double digit percentage due to sites pulling out and liquidity losses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy View Post
    Yea that's nonsense. That will surely get stripped out of any bill that might pass. It defeats the purpose of "online poker"
    You were right.


 

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