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A Big Show from a Big Event! APCW Perspectives Weekly for November 19th 2010

Discussion in 'Casino Industry Discussion' started by BingoT, Nov 21, 2010.

    Nov 21, 2010
  1. BingoT

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    A Big Show from a Big Event! APCW Perspectives Weekly for November 19th 2010

    This week the APCW has online gambling news from the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) in Las Vegas! We interview State Senator Raymond Lesniak on the future of online gambling in New Jersey. Plus, we catch up with Poker Players Alliance Executive Director, John Pappas, about the possibility of online gambling legislation in the United States this year and beyond! Also, we warn webmasters about the newly "rogue" affiliate program, BeWinners!

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  3. P.V.

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    The Senator of N.J. feels pretty confident that online gaming will pass, hopefully next week as he stated in the video.

    Online gaming in the U.S. appears to be setting up just like state lotteries have done over the years.

    If that's the case most every state will eventually legalize online gaming and I also feel due to the overwhelming need for state income it will pass state by state much quicker than the legalization of lotteries and other forms of gambling has done. :D

    It only takes one and the rest will follow!
     

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