Basically, all the main objectives of your measurement will be maintained by our amendments. The only change is that those who operated illegally in the past will face clear consequences for such actions.
“Once again, by accepting our attached conformance amendment, we will be pleased to continue working with you to improve the financial and technical language to support and advance AB 2863.
“Unfortunately, if this amendment is not accepted, we must continue to oppose the AB 2863 movement further. Not all Coalition members are moved to compromise and depart from the old principle of disqualifying offshore websites and assets that take illegal bets. Thus, if this proposed amendment is rejected, we anticipate some will seek what they believe to be more appropriate protection for California – a ban on “bad actors” and “tainted assets” in the internet poker industry on the latest BAMBUQQ. “
Obviously, there’s a lot at stake here, because California, the largest state in our country with nearly 40 million inhabitants, has the largest pool of potential players. Unfortunately, it seems that the card clubs and tribal casinos cannot agree on how to split the enormous profits that are likely to be measured in hundreds of millions of dollars.
But the losers here are California poker players looking to play online. There is no doubt every gaming concern in the state wants a slice of the Internet poker pie, but until all the competing coalitions find a way to cooperate, and agree on a reliable operator, it seems that greed will continue to choke the Golden Land’s golden goose. for the future.
Let’s hope they are aware so that we can bring legal Internet poker to California sooner.
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