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Back to the Future - What will online poker be like in 2034? - Sun Sep 07, 2014, 01:10 PM
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I think these new Google glasses are quite cool and in a few years as prices become affordable to the masses I guess we'll all have a pair.

But what do you think online poker will be like in 2034? Will we all be playing PokerStars through glasses like these?

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Sun Sep 07, 2014, 03:16 PM
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You could use them for a hud when playing live poker, depending how good they are at remembering faces and the stats to go with them faces it could be a game changer
 
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Sun Sep 07, 2014, 09:40 PM
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I doubt many people will be playing online poker in 2020, let alone 2034. Twenty years is a huge timeframe for technology. 20 years ago, most people had never heard the word "internet", let alone used it, and Sonic the Hedgehog was at the forefront of technology. (Does anyone still play on the Sega Genesis in 2014?)
The next 20 years will see changes to modern life that I can barely imagine, but it will be hard for a card game to compete against virtual reality entertainment formats.


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Sonic 2 regularly gets a spin on my Megadrive. I WILL NEVER LET GO!!!
 

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