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Timing, legal woes make legalizing online poker less attractive – Las Vegas Sun

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Timing, legal woes make legalizing online poker less attractive – Las Vegas Sun


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Timing, legal woes make legalizing online poker less attractive
Las Vegas Sun
It took years to get gaming lobbyists, poker enthusiasts and sympathetic lawmakers to join in an effort to legalize online poker in the United States. But just as they appear close to success, their union is fraying.
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A Look at a Future U.S. Online Poker Market Part Two – CardPlayer.com


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A Look at a Future U.S. Online Poker Market Part Two
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Note: This is part two of a three-part look at a potentially licensed and regulated online poker market in the United States. You can find part one here. Be sure to check back on Wednesday for part three.
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PokerNews Book Review: Phil Gordon’s Little Gold Book – PokerNews.com

PokerNews Book Review: Phil Gordon's Little Gold Book
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“I'm ancient in the poker world,” Gordon admits in the book, “The kids are now dominating.” Indeed, Gordon is a relic when it comes to the poker world. Although he has results dating to 2000, Gordon burst onto the poker scene shortly after the poker
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Poker: When the young guns challenge the veterans – The Guardian

Poker: When the young guns challenge the veterans
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Next week's Late Night Poker (late on Monday night, Channel 4) has a very interesting line-up. Four previous series champions, all big names from the early days of televised poker (Devilfish, Simon Trumper, Peter Costa and John Duthie) take on three of

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Bellagio’s Festa al Lago Main Event Begins – CardPlayer.com


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Bellagio's Festa al Lago Main Event Begins
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