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Will There Be Another Poker Boom?

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Posted on 15 September 2020 by "T".
Poker is a game that has been around for several generations. Although it can be traced back centuries to similar games found in many European countries, including the UK, Ireland, Spain, France, and Germany, the poker we know today began in the United States.  Despite having a dedicated following in the south of the country, it wasn't until poker was introduced into Las Vegas in the 20th ce[...]   Read more » Will There Be Another Poker Boom?

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all of this will be hard if they will restrict poker in many countries and players will not have chance to play online,especially as they say in this text,if players from USA will not have chance to play online!if they allow them,you can expect thousands of poker players from this country!after that who know where is end,but we will need to wait for long time!

     
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There will be no New Poker Boom because most poker rooms are focused on their profit. A law that would force all sites who offer Holdem to join together ( and reduce their number ) would be ideal. Then it will be fine because 10 sites for all planet is ok ,but with 100 or more it is not possible.

     
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It is difficult for there to be a new boom in poker if the big poker rooms do not change their minds. A few years ago it was one thing, with good reward systems, that attracted people.
Today, they don't care so much about it; Many poker sites have appeared, which are not very good either, but I think people are more interested in other types of games: they aim more at casino games (where you would win by making a couple of clicks and they would not have to think with a couple of clicks). cards), and sports betting.
There is a lot of diversity, which does not help to have a new boom.
By the way, Rounders is a great movie. I have it saved on my pc

     
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I would like something good to happen for the players but i am pessimistic. They don't even have good organization in their poker rooms... or a union to create stronger tournaments with more players & big prizes is very hard to obtain.

     
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If there will be atime in the future where they are going to allow again all US states to play ih shared poker players' pools in the same poker room , like it used to be before black frday , I believe a second poker boom , AFTER some years will be possible , or else no . So many restrtictions to onlne poker everywhere worldwide , USA play lading role on this .

     
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I am somewhat pessimistic about this kind of thing, just like your Calicul. I very much doubt that such a union can happen.
They could make good profits for sure, but I think they think more individually.
Sometimes I even think it's all a facade and they launder money, because there are too many rooms that I don't think are profitable.
But hey, it's your business. There is something strange

     
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It is not known if the poker here in a few years could be the new boom, but what if I know that poker will always be the most exciting game in the world, that will not change, we must preserve that essence of poker

     
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we all know that people play more of casino and poker games in last six months,because of this corona situation and you cant imagine how much money they earned on people!but if they open new markets and new countries,especially america,this amount will be even bigger and who know where is end of poker then!

     
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There will still be a Boom in the future but down not up. Ideas are brilliant but their implementation will not come so easy. In order to do something beneficial for players, you have to offer something for that & need to give up a large part of profit.

     
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Yes, the online market has moved a lot since the pandemic caused by Covid-19. But I think, as I said before, it has diversified a lot, and I think it was not so much for poker. I think easports had more benefits than poker.
In my case it was like that at least. Time with family, and online games but nothing related to poker or gambling, so far haha

     
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People were not determined to play poker too much during the Covid 19 period because they did not have financial security from rulers. Some countries offered money to their citizens but others were not so generous. This is reason who did not fill poker tables.

     
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In the 20th century , poker had this growth , people loved and the poker boom era was a reality fro all the other reasons that the article mentioned . But the goverments saw that as a threat , they didn't like the people trying to gamble professionallly , tryong towin big money via online sites , which were obtaining more and more worldwide power , they wanted to end this , send people back to their normal schedules , normal jobs , like sheep , by putting more obstacles , fines , licences , taxes , sometimes law investigations and enforcements acts ... With all these poker boom era numbeer 2 is very unlikely to happen .....

     
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