Joined: Feb '12
Location: New Zealand
Age: 49 (M)
DoylesRoom.com I'm just curious has/had anyone played poker there ? and if so what was it like software, etc
As i had just joined about day or so before Black Friday, and never actually got to play, i downloaded software and signed up etc (user ID, password),was going to look around and play the next day as it was really early in morning so went to sleep, then when i next went in it was blocked. as it still is http://www.doylesroom.com/
On side note, What makes me wonder is why, US immigration and customs, and homeland security ( in web link, I'd understand if it just US Justice department, BUT> got to do with it all (black Friday etc) what are they trying to say Poker's a threat to U.S.A security, are we poker player's terrorists (isn't that why Homeland security set up for, to defend US form out side threats) or was the government(or who ever) saying USApoker player's are inside threat too USA's well being Land of the free! Free of online poker!
WTF is this world coming too when governments around the world stopping people playing poker with other county's (or inside exp USA) online
I feel sorry for USA player's and now Spanish so no offense to USApoker player's> JOKE Q; Did u hear about the USA Online Poker Player! A; Couldn't make a cent!
Just hope this doesn't happen to us all! May online/live poker be with us for ever All Thee Best
Joined: Jan '11
Location: United States
Age: 56 (M)
I live here in the U.S. and your right! This country is a joke when there are so many bigger issues then someone staying at home playing some on-line poker. What it boils down to is, the U.S. wants whatever money they can get from people and, attacking the on-line gambling sites is a way to steal more of our money. Let us spend it how we want. They take 25% of my wages every week then tax everything I buy like gas, toilet paper, fishing poles, shoes, socks, etc. They want it all, but haven't quite figured out how to get it. Sorry about venting!