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No special treatment for Angry: Nationals – Sydney Morning Herald

Posted by Ty Poke | October 2, 2011 | Posted in: US Poker Gambling Law | Comments (0)

No special treatment for Angry: Nationals – Sydney Morning Herald

No special treatment for Angry: Nationals
Sydney Morning Herald
Anderson will likely be a thorn in the side of the government as it works on poker machine reforms. In 2009, Anderson and his band signed a deal with poker machine firm Aristocrat to roll out a Rose Tattoo themed machine which plays their music and

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European Poker Tour London Day 1B Complete, Day 2 In Play – Poker News Daily


PokerNews.com

European Poker Tour London Day 1B Complete, Day 2 In Play
Poker News Daily
Day Two play at the European Poker Tour stop at the Hilton Metropole Hotel in London is in full swing, with the final numbers for the tournament exceeding expectations and bringing new faces to the top of the leaderboard.
2011 PokerStars.com European Poker Tour London Day 1b: Spindler TopsPokerNews.com
EPT: Benny Spindler On Top After Day 2 in LondonBluff Magazine

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A smaller carrot might make stick superfluous – Sydney Morning Herald


The Age

A smaller carrot might make stick superfluous
Sydney Morning Herald
''The Question'' (October 1-2) gave an excellent summary of the angst about proposed limitations on poker machine gambling, and it placed the mixed opinions on the appropriate side of the page – the left on the left and the right on the right.
Poker machine count puts Australia in big timeThe Age
Poker machine reforms won't work? Don't bet on itABC Online
Problem gambling crackdown opposedRadio New Zealand
Hollywood Reporter –Townsville Bulletin –On Line opinion
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Viva La Full Tilt Poker? – Online Poker.net


Industry Leaders Magazine

Viva La Full Tilt Poker?
Online Poker.net
For almost 6 months now, Full Tilt Poker has been on the edge of a precipice with its legion of frustrated customers around the world cut adrift and owed around $300 million since the troubles first began in the US on Black Friday.
Full Tilt Poker Loses License; Rescue RecedesWall Street Journal
Full Tilt Poker says French business tycoon Bernard Tapie agrees to buy online Washington Post
Troubled Poker Site May Be Bought by French EntrepreneurNew York Times
Industry Leaders Magazine –CompatiblePoker
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