Greece is fundamentally corrupt and I would not be surprised in the slightest to learn later that the "back taxes" also include cash payments to elected officials. I could be wrong but it is a fair guess. So I guess that in the same way that U.S. citizens have been forced to leave the U.S. due to the online Poker Prohibition ongoing in the U.S., Greek online poker players will be forced to move out of Greece. Probably to France that managed to put in place regulations for online poker in a scant six months, reaping hundreds of thousands of euros of tax revenue per year. France did not ask for back taxes and certainly did not ask for payments to elected officials. Who gets the tax revenue and wins? France. Who loses? Greece. Sound like a familiar story? Hint: Which country is going down the drain financially? Right answer ... Greece.

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