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Playing Online Again

by Gavin Griffin |  Published: May 13, 2015

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It’s been a difficult time for the casual poker player in the United States as of late. You have to live near a casino or know some people in your area with a home game to play poker if you want to play. The unfortunate thing about that is the inability to play online poker from almost every state in the union on a regulated and fully legal site. There are still some sites operating in the US, and it’s still legal in the vast majority of the states in the US to play online (Sorry, Washington). The trouble is in dealing with the banks. I’ve been hesitant to put money online because of the reluctance of banks in the US to deal with the poker sites. I’ve been keeping abreast of the situation via online poker forums and my friends’ discussions on Twitter and other social media, and I’ve ...


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