I love thinking about unintended consequences of actions. Killing online poker is not good. But some good may come from it. People are hooked on poker. It’s embedded in us more so than it has been than, say, 1860. So where to play? Especially if you live in an area that does not have local legal casinos? Charity poker again. I predict a boom in charity poker tournaments. And perhaps some sort of charity cash game (maybe a fixed buy-in like a tourney but whoever after a fixed period of time has the most chips — but not all of them — gets a big prize. And you can walk away earlier for smaller prizes). This seems to be a win-win. Charities get more money. People get to play. And the bars/restaurants that host the games get revenue. Mark my words. Take it to the bank. Bet on it. Charity poker will boom in the next 6 months.
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