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The Nightly Turbo: Online Poker Bill Unconstitutional and DOJ's Remission Process

Nightly Turbo What can poker players be thankful for during the holidays? How about some progress in the repayment of Full Tilt Poker's U.S. players? We're bringing you the latest on that story, plus a challenge to the Reid/Kyl online poker bill, in this edition of the Nightly Turbo. The PokerNews staff will be off on Thursday and Friday, so check back in on Monday for the latest news, views and gossip in the world of poker. Happy Thanksgiving! In Case You Missed It Poker players are often known for their outlandish prop bets. Chad Holloway recently stumbled upon a wager between members of the...

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The supposed constitutional 'infirmity' relating to post-UIGEA offshore sites is hardly fatal. If the legislation is passed, those sites can raise the Due Process challenge if they want back in. Merely make that portion of the statute severable.



hello to everyone....


I'm sorry, when did Harry Reid or Jon Kyl begin caring about the constitution?


Those wanting to play again on Poker Stars, Full Tilt, Party Poker, and 888 Holdings(Pacific Poker) should not assume that an these provisions would be solved with a Supreme Court ruling such a provision of the this Bill as unconstitutionial or that would have happened already.
Also those wanting a poker bill any poker bill need to keep in mind that the current proposed bill might even lock out foreign players from these sites from being bought in to the WSOP and could also cause the European market to retaliate against US companies creating a trade war which could only be resolved through a GAAT3 Treaty and there is no political will on either side of the pond to pass another GAAT treaty

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