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New Gaming Laws Expected To Separate Mexico's Poker Market From The Rest Of The World

Tags: Mexico
Posted on Friday, December 05, 2014 by "T".
It seems like U.S. players who relocated to Mexico after Black Friday (April 15, 2011, when the Department of Justice shut down PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker among other online poker sites in the United States) will have to look elsewhere soon if they want to continue playing online poker on the global poker market. New gaming laws in Mexico that will be put into place next year are expected to [...]   Read more » New Gaming Laws Expected To Separate Mexico's Poker Market From The Rest Of The World

  7-Dec-14, 21:04   #1
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bowie1984 

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New gaming laws in Mexico that will be put into place next year are expected to separate the local market from the rest of the world. Foreign companies that want to operate poker sites in Mexico will be able to apply for a license.

Good luck for that, nice from them to create another way to the cartels for laundering money...

     
  7-Dec-14, 21:33   #2
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StS5 
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Hello everybody,

I do not care at all about New Gaming Laws which separate Mexico's Poker market from the rest of the world. As long as there are no disadvantages for the German market they can do whatever they want.


     
  8-Dec-14, 08:06   #3
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Sorin888 
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Online poker makes it very easy to play poker anywhere, any time.Around the world you can find a lot of friendly places(in term of tax speaking) to sttle your poker hub.Who doesn’t love a home game or a night a the casino with a nice mix of good laughs and good action? Good luck greedy states.

     
  8-Dec-14, 08:30   #4
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host85 
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i really dont know who is in advantage in this case , becouse i dont see mexico market to be similar with italian , french or spain market .
also i dont see to many poker room to ask for license there.
but who know as someone said upper , probably is another way to money laudering for cartels .
anyway , the mexico it was the easiest way for americans to play on europeans skins, and is more badly for them with this restriction

     
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