Saturday, April 16, 2011

Awe that's too damn bad

The FBI on verge of shutting down poker sites...especially the big ones. Fraud involved, color me shocked!


Montag said...

It will be interesting to see which big investment banks were bankrolling these operations.

StonyPillow said...

Look at the comments -- cattle are mewling and puling about their FREEDOMS being taken away. And most of 'em have the right to vote.

pansypoo said...

well, my brother seems to make money on them.

Anonymous said...

Personally I like to play poker online, and support its legalization (as do the majority of Americans.)

I play on the play-money site, but would like the option to play for real money.

The US has been ignoring the will of the majority on this issue (as with so many others.) As a result, it is losing out on much taz revenue (unlike the UK, for instance, which we players wish the US would use as a model.)

I play on Full-Tilt, and think they work very hard to be a secure, fair and reputable site (their interface/programming is really good too.) I don't appreciate the FBI suddenly gutting their business (as well as the livelihoods of many poker professionals.)

Poker is the national game if there ever was one. I wish they'd leave it alone.