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Poker Player's Alliance Executive Director John Pappas Discusses Repayment of American Full Tilt Poker Customers

At the 2013 World Series of Poker Card Player TV was able to catch up with Poker Player’s Alliance Executive Director John Pappas to have an in-depth discussion regarding the repayment of US player funds from Full Tilt.

The Scoop -- Linda Johnson Part 2

Poker pro Linda Johnson is know as the ‘First Lady of Poker,’ and she proves that she’s earned the title, discussing her involvement in the Poker Players Alliance, the Tournament Directors Association, and a poker charity organization in this weeks …

PPA: John Pappas

Card Player TV talks to Executive Director of the Poker Players Alliance about the organization, their efforts and plans for the future.

The Scoop: John Pappas

Card Player TV’s ‘The Scoop’ with special guest PPA Executive Director John Pappas.

PPA: News Segment on Kentucky Casino Issue

News Clip on Kentucky casino issue. A majority of voters want the chance to decide whether casinos should be allowed in the state according to the poll featured in the clip (09/18/07)

PPA: News Clip on Debate over Proposal for Massachusetts Casinos

News clip on Debate over Governor Deval Patrick’s proposal for casinos in Massachusetts. (09/18/07)

PPA: News Clip on Governor Proposed 3 Casinos in Massachusetts

News clip on the Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick proposal for 3 casinos to generate money for the state.

PPA: Doyle Brunson speaks on UIGEA and HR 2046 (09/14/07)

‘I think if there are any avid poker players out there, call your congressman and support Barney Frank’ Doyle Brunson speaks on UIGEA and Barney Frank’s bill HR 2046 on poker show (09/14/07).

PPA: Phone Interview with PPA Executive Director John Pappas

CardPlayerTV has a phone interview with the new Executive Director of the Poker Players Alliance, John Pappas.

PPA: News: NC Police Raid Illegal Casino

‘The building was used for a number of poker games, such as Texas Hold ’Em, blackjack and roulette. The establishment hosted several big tournaments a year, with large amounts of money bet and 40 to 50 people participating in the games.’ (09/10/07)

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