Casinos Accecpting US Players Despite the Ban!!

13 January 2008

Casinos and Poker Rooms are Accepting US Players Despite Ban

2008-01-13 15:14:09 – Although the UIGEA hoped to make gambling illegal in the US, millions of Americans are still gambling online – And it’s totally legal!

To all Americans that is still unaware that it is still legal for them to gamble online in the US. You can still play slots, blackjack, and online poker. Even though the UIGEA (Unlawful Internet Gambling Act) tried to ruin the pastime for many Americans, it seems that many are exploiting loopholes in the law to continue gambling legally.

The fight continues over the UIGEA bill, but we the Americans will stand up for our rights and freedom, and will continue to do so! Let’s make our stand and show that we want to be able to sit home and do what we love, without someone telling us what we can or can’t do in our own homes!!

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