The poker club Krukan in Stockholm is the biggest poker club in Sweden since it opened last year. Krukan is known to be a serious club where no shady business whatsoever is going on. However, sometimes that's not even enough. Last Friday the police (by order of the lottery inspection and office of the public prosecutor) paid them a visit. Around 80-100 players were at that time in the club, p[...] Read more » Raid against poker club
Joined: May '08
Age: 49 (M)
the only reason for this is the goverment want take the tax for his own.When u play in a casino thats legal and the goverment take the tax wtf.It´s the same in germany and many other country´s.I´m thinking to go life in netherlands i´m meaning thats absolut legal to play online poker there anyone know thats true?
Well, think of all potential tax-earnings on gambling. They do have to make sure everything is legit because they pay for hospitals and roads with this money. They should return whats confiscated once everything checks out.
Joined: May '10
Age: 41 (M)
It's weird that stuff like this happens in the Sweden, i mean after all isn't that the country that houses the banks that holds the money of many of the world's dictator. Hell, being from the Philippines, i know that our former president's (e.g. dictator) money, which he so skillfully took from our country is stashed there somewhere.
Joined: Nov '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 45 (M)
no way thats crazy..........a[fnqpivf0qyqqqo9eewe,f WTF those sweeds are crazy enough as it is dont start pissing them off when there playing poker. Thats just rude. I'd be well pissed off if i was waist deep in chips and then the gavvers busted in and stole my chips. Noooooooooooooooooooo bigoted freaks. why is it that the government just hates people doing what they want to do? If the club was well above board then all the players should demand compensation for the emotional stress they have been put under.
Joined: Dec '09
Age: 30 (M)
@NazPal: That would be Switzerland. Back when your president left the Philippines we had a tax on OWNING money in Sweden. If the s**t hits the fan again at the next election after this summer, we'll be stuck with that tax once again. Stupid socialists.
Poker clubs aren't forbidden, but playing for cash outside of the goverment-owned casinos is.