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To: frogjerk
This is one important fact:

That makes the people who play these sites highly susceptible to fraud, with no recourse in U.S. courts should they be bilked out of their money.

Buyer beware...getting US jurisdiction in Aruba might be a little tough.

9 posted on 03/17/2006 12:02:25 PM PST by wallcrawlr (http://www.bionicear.com)
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To: wallcrawlr

Let the states decide and fight it out. Just like all of the Americans that come from states where gambling is illegal to go to Vegas and A.C., do the same for Internet gambling.


10 posted on 03/17/2006 12:31:09 PM PST by frogjerk (LIBERALISM: The perpetual insulting of common sense.)
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To: wallcrawlr
That makes the people who play these sites highly susceptible to fraud, with no recourse in U.S. courts should they be bilked out of their money.

Buyer beware...getting US jurisdiction in Aruba might be a little tough.

I only play online poker, no sports betting or other stuff. IMNHO if you stick with the major sites you won't have any problems. They are making hundreds of millions legitimately, they don't need to risk their reputations with any sort of scams. I have never experienced any problems personally.

18 posted on 03/18/2006 9:55:02 PM PST by Hugin
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