Skip to comments.Online Gambling Industry in shock
Posted on 08/24/2006 4:35:48 PM PDT by 2Jim_Brown
A new survey, released this week, by the Munich-based consulting company, MECN, indicates that the recent woes afflicting the online gaming industry are likely to be short-term to medium-term threats, not long-term woes.
According to Martin Oelbermann, an analyst with MECN, his firm surveyed close to 100 gaming experts from around the globe for this new report.
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According to Martin Oelbermann, an analyst with MECN, his firm surveyed close to 100 gaming experts from around the globe for this new report.Gaming experts. How does one get to be a gaming expert?
1st- get really good at tic-tac-toe....
I would trust your average street three card monte dealer before I would trust some online casino.
How does one get to be a gaming expert?I don't know how you become one, but I know how to spot them. They tend to use industry technical jargon a lot, like: "You wanna bet?"
I hope I picked a legit one. I've got $50 on the REDS in the playoffs and $50 on the REDS to win the series at 150/1.
I say band it for good
First, you have to have a really cool nickname, preferably one that includes the name of a city or state. Amarillo Jack, Memphis Pete, Dakota Bill, something like that.
Wymen and minoritees heat heartest, seriesly!
Grandpa always told me to never play cards with someone who was named after a town. I guess that would qualify.
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