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Clubs launch costly poker machine campaign

Posted by Ty Poke | March 23, 2011 | Posted in: Poker Tournaments | Comments (0)

Clubs launch costly poker machine campaign
Clubs and hotels have launch a $20 million advertising blitz against poker machine reform, which is planned to clamp down on problem gambling.
Source: news.smh.com.au

Poker Bots Spread In Online Gambling Sites
Poker bots are nothing new, but they have become sophisticated enough to make their presence felt in many online poker sites, according to a recent New York Times article.
Source: www.onlinecasinoreports.com

Online and live poker pitched for Hawaii
MARK NIESSE Associated Press HONOLULU Hawaii would host both online and in-person poker games in a state that otherwise bans gambling altogether, according to a bill that cleared its first committees Wednesday. The legislation allows only Texas Hold ’em and Omaha varieties of poker as a way to boost tourism and the economy. The bill now moves to the House Finance Committee. The measure exempts …
Source: washingtonexaminer.com

South Point Owner Gaughan In Favor Of Online Poker
Proponents of a bill to legalize Internet poker in Nevada picked up a high-profile backer Tuesday – South Point owner Michael Gaughan. Gaughan broke ranks from others on the Strip and became the first well-known Nevada gaming executive to voice his support
Source: www.lvrj.com

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