mg in ny

1819

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ny,nj,fla
any decent mg casinos for people in ny? dont like intertops, villento told me yes on live chat then no in email. maple still worked for me up until a few days ago. kinda in the cold here. lol.
 

winbig

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Mar 10, 2005
Location
Pennsylvania
any decent mg casinos for people in ny? dont like intertops, villento told me yes on live chat then no in email. maple still worked for me up until a few days ago. kinda in the cold here. lol.

With this new horse racing BS going on in NYS, I could hardly see anyone getting prosecuted for gambling online.

I look to see NY be dropped from the "11 states" soon.
 

Simmo!

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England
I get the distinct impression MG casinos are not supposed to be entertaining players from NY/NJ and if they are, they definately would not want to make the fact public. Now would the players who play there for that matter :D

I agree with Winbig - i think NY will eventually get dropped from the ban list myself.
 

Rusty

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PS: How can they even entertain the idea that the Wire Act applies to internet gambling, but yet not for cell phones?


Thye did'nt think it through?
 

jetset

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Earth
No - it's power, money and above all political influence (all inter-related!) which has given the U.S. horse racing industry some truly shocking "carve-outs" or exemptions from every attempt to introduce anti-Internet gambling in the USA for years.

They seem to be generous with campaign contributions, and the media dedicated to the horseracing sector frequently boasts of its lobbying power and success in year after year achieving exemptions from legislation proposed by people like Goodlatte, Leach and Kyl (and most recently and successfully Frist)

More recently the leadership of the (horseracing) industry has been open about its ambitions to get into Internet-based wagering bigtime with suggestions of a centralised giant website with widespread links.

Like state-run lotteries they seem to have carte blanche in America, and it's led to some interesting relationships with other anti-online gambling bodies.

I think these folks are only opposed to online gambling when they're not getting a big slice of the action.

It's disgusting from both a commercial and political perspective imo, but its just a fact of life.
 

winbig

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No - it's power, money and above all political influence (all inter-related!) which has given the U.S. horse racing industry some truly shocking "carve-outs" or exemptions from every attempt to introduce anti-Internet gambling in the USA for years.

They seem to be generous with campaign contributions, and the media dedicated to the horseracing sector frequently boasts of its lobbying power and success in year after year achieving exemptions from legislation proposed by people like Goodlatte, Leach and Kyl (and most recently and successfully Frist)

More recently the leadership of the (horseracing) industry has been open about its ambitions to get into Internet-based wagering bigtime with suggestions of a centralised giant website with widespread links.

Like state-run lotteries they seem to have carte blanche in America, and it's led to some interesting relationships with other anti-online gambling bodies.

I think these folks are only opposed to online gambling when they're not getting a big slice of the action.

It's disgusting from both a commercial and political perspective imo, but its just a fact of life.

It would be interesting to see a study that compares problem gambling on the horses vs. gambling in the casinos - online and/or off.
 

1819

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Location
ny,nj,fla
Why don't you like Intertops? I'm afraid us New Yorkers don't have much choice with MG casinos. They're no 32Red, but they've been pretty good to me.

with all the problems i've had with neteller and click2pay, over the last few months, i prefer getting paid by check. intertops does not offer this option.
 

tim5ny

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Jun 8, 2003
with all the problems i've had with neteller and click2pay, over the last few months, i prefer getting paid by check. intertops does not offer this option.

I see! If I ever get to withdrawl something I'll let you know how it goes.
 
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