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Holder Plays Strip Poker

rgreenec17 Wrote: Jul 09, 2012 4:24 PM
An idiot is somebody who makes a generalization based on idiotic assumptions, something akin to what you just did. You can't equate poker to other forms of gambling. If you play slots, blackjack, craps, etc., who has the overall advantage? Answer: The House/Casino; If you and 8 other people sit around a poker table and play poker, who has the advantage? Answer: The best poker player, the one who knows how to bluff, when to fold, knows the odds of draws and knows how to size his bet. Yes there is chance in poker, but skill will win out in the long run, which is why there are thousands of people who make a living off of the game or supplement their income. Spouting off like you did here makes you a fool.
Strip poker is one of Attorney General Eric Holder’s favorite games. As in, he evidently enjoys stripping online poker entrepreneurs of their Fourth Amendment rights.

Holder is the head of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), which is currently stripping online gaming entrepreneurs of their intellectual property rights. Technically, online gambling has never been declared “illegal” in the U.S. and yet the DOJ is citing a hazy law in order to allege that online gambling is a crime.

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