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Oregon (USA) Poker Gambling

I'm from Portland, Oregon and play in a cardroom there about once a week. Oregon has some pretty restrictive gambling laws but in the 70's the state legislature passed a "social gaming law" that ...
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Is it legal to play online poker in New Jersey? If so, is it worth it?

I think you answered yourself at the first question, if it is legal. Yes, it is. Not only Pokerstars confirms it, but all other poker affiliates site say as well. And I don't think anybody would dare ...
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Playing PokerStars from US

PokerStars recently announced a deal with New Jersey to allow players from that state to play, though they'll be playing only against other NJ players and not from the global pool of PokerStars ...
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4 handed poker will come to Las Vegas Casinos with the reopening is this good enough?

This definitely will not get me in the car to go to vegas. I think it is a good way to get dealers and casino employees back at work but there are clear health risks. As far as playing live 4-handed ...
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4 handed poker will come to Las Vegas Casinos with the reopening is this good enough?

With all honestly, if you could find a table with 1 weak player among your 3 opponents, I would MUCH rather play that then 9 handed games. You will play more pots with them and can take advantage of ...
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Are you obligated to chop blinds, if you already chopped before?

The floor has the right to enforce any rule they like... whether or not the house continues to have a regular poker game, however, may be directly related to the fairness of that enforcement. It is ...
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