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Lobbying against online poker is simply understandable, as it is said to protect people from a greater harm- gambling. But is it?

A rough estimate of 7 million active daily users of a poker app in Facebook conjures an image of money mongers and con-men who raise high stakes, only in that app, there aren't any convertible real-life cash in store. Despite that, a lot people still play. Now put those players in online poker with real tax-deductible money - imagine how much the states would benefit from that.

Rep. Joe Barton reintroduced this concept, and hopefully, for all the poker enthusiasts out there, this bill would be supported and passed.

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