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United States Government Bullies

United States Government Bullies - Thu Apr 21, 2011, 10:32 PM
mcmiyuki's Avatar
Since: Jan 2011
Posts: 7
When the U.S. legalizes on-line gambling, will they let us ,"Learn, chat and play for free"?
Absolutely NOT! The casino consortium will suck every penny that they can from us. I for one, will not give any money to the government than I already am required.
PokerStars should pay the BRIBES, excuse me fines, and let the U.S. play with the rest of the world.
I won't play if the government has all the toys.
Fri Apr 22, 2011, 07:33 AM
bahmani381's Avatar
Since: Jul 2010
Posts: 329
then dont play.the only one it hurts is you!! i dont like losing stars/pso anymore then the rest of you there are sites we can play in free rolls and for real money i am playing real money sit&gos ring games.i do miss the forum and pso. i am willing to bet that there are sites out there right now that are working on some form of pso that we US players can join.due to the fact that the 3 big sites did not respect our laws i dont see them ever coming back to the US market.there are sites up right now where we can play for real.so whats the big deal?the only bad thing is that we can no longer play as a group.and that is what i will miss the most......GL to all

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