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Legal Consequences of Cheating At Poker

All this is quite useful to know I guess. Such as:

“As far as criminal charges for online poker cheats go, there are no statutes or laws in the United States specifically related to cheating at online cards. It seems more likely that a poker cheater would be criminally liable for simply playing online poker, rather than for cheating at it. Even in a state such as California, where online poker is tolerated and poker cheaters can be prosecuted regardless of whether they play in casinos, clubs, or home games, law enforcement agencies have no authority to prosecute an online poker player for the specific act of cheating. Until the United States government takes a stance on online poker and perhaps sets up a commission to supervise and scrutinize online gaming operations, victims of online cheating will have limited legal recourse.”
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Interesting. Good to know.
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We are ready here in the beautiful state of Nevada to license and govern on line gambling sites once free to do so by the Feds. We also will address cheating. Rock on.
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