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To all NH, GG & GL - Fri Apr 15, 2011, 08:58 PM
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Since: Aug 2010
Posts: 3

I have not been a big poster in the PSO forums or any other poker forums like 2+2.

I guess I posted myself out during the CS (counter-srike, for those who may not know) hay-days, when I was active across the entire spectrum of CS, as a mapper, skinner, admin, server-op, etc....

I have been in the online poker community since the early days, over 10+ yrs, and a member of PokerStars since 2002, before anyone knew who Money800 (Chris Moneymaker) was.

I have had my issues with Party Poker, and I can not remember the name of Gus Hansens site, closed in ealy 2004 I think.

I was unable to recover my bankroll ( not a trivial amount, either) from them after they closed to US players.

I have a very good idea that I (nor anyone else in the US and very possibly worldwide) will ever be able to recover what is currently deposited on PokerStars.

If how I have read the indictments is correct, then the U.S. has moved to sieze any and all assets worldwide, not just those that may be associated with any activity that may have taken place in the U.S.

I wish at this time to thank ALL the players I have had the pleasure and honor to sit at a poker table with from all around the world.

I may at times have had my emotions get away from me in the chatbox ( servered a few chat bans), but it has truely been fun for all these years to be able to enjoy such a simple game with people who you would probobly never interact with in a million years, IRL (in real life).

To all NH, GG & GL


Last edited by mechanek; Fri Apr 15, 2011 at 09:00 PM..
Fri Apr 15, 2011, 09:28 PM
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