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Positives in the Cause for Legal Online US Poker
A recent interview with the President and CEO of Caesar's Entertainment Corporation, Gary Loveman, revealed a promising future for online poker. Loveman painted a bright picture for online poker, explaining that it is no longer a question of if online …
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HH Smithy Revamps Website, Ordering Process
HH Smithy, a website that sells hand histories to ensure you have as much information as possible when you play online poker, has updated its website to make browsing and purchasing much easier. Customers of HH Smithy can now navigate the site with …
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Obama’s justice department led a massive crackdown on online poker sites, with the FBI indicting 11 people on charges of fraud, money laundering and illegally operating online gambling sites. The websites include three of the largest and most popular online poker forums, Full Tilt, Absolute Poker, and Poker Stars. Cato’s Julian Sanchez weighs in on the sudden crackdown.
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Question by mesham: How do conservatives feel about the recent crack down on online poker?
I am a conservative and I am curious as to how other conservatives feel about online poker. I, myself had enjoyed playing poker online. I just don’t see why the DOJ under a liberal President and AG decided to go after online poker. Was this just a money grab?
Answer by Grown Up
If you can’t tax it, kill it,that’s the government way.
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Full Tilt Poker Makes Its Case For Why It Has Been Unable to Pay Back Players
Full Tilt Poker, which was the world's second-biggest online poker company until two of its founders were indicted by the US government in April, on Tuesday released its most detailed explanation for why it has been unable to pay back poker players who …
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Pacific Poker is now a Linux poker and Mac poker compatible online poker room at http://www.Mac-PacificPoker.com using the Quick-Play mode. Online poker can be played by Linux and Mac users by using this no download version.
Linux and Unix systems seems to be very popular in the IBM and Hewlett-Packard PC’s. This online poker room gives these PC users a free place to play online poker.
Until the recent advent of no download Linux and Mac poker rooms, players could not play online poker on their Linux and Mac operating systems. Poker players had to purchase expensive Virtual PC software to create Windows compatibility.
Linux and Mac poker players say there are only a couple online poker rooms that are Linux poker and Mac poker compatible. Pacific Poker (http://www.Mac-PacificPoker.com) is one of the largest Linux and Mac poker rooms but Poker Room (http://www.P0KERRO0M.com) is in the top 3 for being the largest online poker rooms as well. Poker Room is Mac and Linux poker compatible as well.
Online Linux poker players like Pacific Poker because of the up to $ 100 bonus. This Linux poker room also offers free rolls every day.
Many online poker enthusiasts say that Pacific Poker is one of the best sites to make money. Players believe that because Pacific Poker only allows you to play one table at a time that this keeps the pros away and leaves the bad players to be taken advantage of.
This Linux poker room has a popular multi-table tournament that has an entry fee of $ 33 with a $ 30k guaranteed prize pool. The winners prize ranges but many players say it can average around $ 4-6k.
This Linux poker room also offers a poker forum and a poker school at its main homepage at http://www.PacificPoker100.com Many Linux players like to talk strategies and online tells. The mascot for this poker room looks like a talking toucan.
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