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if online poker was completely illegal in the US how would your life change?
i would probably have to get a job, or a vpn and play anyway.
I would stop reading your blog, so thank God it's still legal.
the fox is bak jak
my girl is going to use these answers to write an article for her class. <3
she says she needs more than a sentence. i told her everyone is way to lazy but shes desperate.
you wouldn't all move here?
I would want to move but im not sure how well that would go over with my gf or family. Actually, I would definitely move somewhere else, probably canada. I just got my degree and am hoping I don't have to use it anytime soon.
If i could afford it, meaning i can life from poker, then i would def. move with my degen baller friends to Malta or Ireland, mostly because of tax reasons!
I would have to move, probably to asia somewhere.
probably laugh more
my life would be much worse cuz i would be like most busto college students instead of being able to make some easy $$$.
Hit every indian casino in the US,as ive been on vacation and there players do not understand agressive internet Play.
It would not.
here is my longer answer. I would probably live off of my bankroll/student loans until i could move out of the country whilst playing live poker and studying and playing a lot of live poker in order to stay alive and making money. If it's banned i WILL find a way to play, and if i cannot do so online, ill just have to wait until i graduate from college and then play in a diff country.
i like pokerz
I'd have 5 more hours of free time per month
i would be super pissed off, you guys. i would go to the moose(a local lodge) more and play there. proly try and start my own tourney night there. and play alot more video games. go to more home games.
no local casinos : (
if i could afford it. move
since its for ur girl's project I wont just leave a witty comment and I will pretend Im an american, one who will stick by my answers even when I know Im wrong and insult you in the process.
If online poker was illegal all of a sudden, I would have to consider relocating somewhere else to play. However, some things that may keep me from doing so would be family, friends, and the familiarity of my home town. I think it could get lonely when living somewhere else for a long period of time. So then I would be stuck in an awful dilemma. I would essentially have to choose between having a good social life with excellent relationships with those around me but working a job that I do not like or having to relocate and start new relationships but with a very good source of income doing something that I enjoy.
Playing with the live degenerates in brick and mortar casinos has never been all that appealing to me. If I did want to go down that route I would probably consider moving to Vegas where there is always a plethora of terrible players. The Vegas lifestyle can also be very accommodating to the lifestyle of poker players where we sometimes have very weird schedules and feel hungry at awkward hours and are in need of a good meal.
Its kind of funny the way that poker has become an integral part of my life. I have gained many friends from poker, its a hobby I spend a lot of my time on, I understand all the poker lingo or jokes that only us poker players really get, and poker has taught me a lot about life as well. It would be strange to let it all go suddenly and I think I would almost feel like a different person.
Probably move to Mexico. I don't know though, I don't think there are many good looking women down there. I hear its cheap though.
Live pokers in the midwest is retarded easy but for y'all on the coasts it may be more difficult as we are not as smart here. So my life would not change but ppl who are good at pokers would.
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