A tribute to American Poker

    • bohemiagrove
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      I just want to let all the American grinders and recreational players know that we support them,and we love them.We are not ignorant to think that this sh*t will not happen in europe.You got all my love and I am all-in for any form of on-line civil unrest that we could pull off.




      You are not aloun the whole poker world is with you !
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    • bohemiagrove
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      Thumbs up for the thread if you are with me!
    • Pizzacat
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      Rest in peace
    • bradomurder
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      It's a sad world where we feel we have to make laws to protect people from their own stupidity.

      RIP.
    • Percypugrug
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      not a good time to be a American. :s_mad:
    • antstruk
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      Who's the fat kid in the middle of the video?
    • ramjack
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      I am also worried that our country Philippines would follow suit. I believe our banking laws are patterned after the US banking system. Already we are having difficulty making deposits and withdrawal to online poker sites. Maybe a time also will come that it will be totally impossible. So it will be better for us also if the US will be able to legalize online poker soon.
    • YinYangS
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      Originally posted by ramjack
      I am also worried that our country Philippines would follow suit. I believe our banking laws are patterned after the US banking system. Already we are having difficulty making deposits and withdrawal to online poker sites. Maybe a time also will come that it will be totally impossible. So it will be better for us also if the US will be able to legalize online poker soon.
      wag naman sana. online poker isn't that much popular yet in our country so i'm hoping it won't happen. if it would, probably not soon, maybe in 2 or 3 years, and that would give me time to win enough money to last a lifetime. ^_^
    • bohemiagrove
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      Originally posted by antstruk
      Who's the fat kid in the middle of the video?

      Jimmy Fricke-very good poker player
      2007 aussie millions runner-up
    • Saruniks
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      go back to work in macdonalld
    • ramjack
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      Originally posted by YinYangS
      Originally posted by ramjack
      I am also worried that our country Philippines would follow suit. I believe our banking laws are patterned after the US banking system. Already we are having difficulty making deposits and withdrawal to online poker sites. Maybe a time also will come that it will be totally impossible. So it will be better for us also if the US will be able to legalize online poker soon.
      wag naman sana. online poker isn't that much popular yet in our country so i'm hoping it won't happen. if it would, probably not soon, maybe in 2 or 3 years, and that would give me time to win enough money to last a lifetime. ^_^
      Me, i think I need at least 5 years :f_biggrin: hopefully none of the guys in power get to righteous... i would prefer that they just taxed us or something... but let's just do our best to stay under their radar... but with facebook... :f_frown:
    • izzo510
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      Originally posted by ramjack
      Originally posted by YinYangS
      Originally posted by ramjack
      I am also worried that our country Philippines would follow suit. I believe our banking laws are patterned after the US banking system. Already we are having difficulty making deposits and withdrawal to online poker sites. Maybe a time also will come that it will be totally impossible. So it will be better for us also if the US will be able to legalize online poker soon.
      wag naman sana. online poker isn't that much popular yet in our country so i'm hoping it won't happen. if it would, probably not soon, maybe in 2 or 3 years, and that would give me time to win enough money to last a lifetime. ^_^
      Me, i think I need at least 5 years :f_biggrin: hopefully none of the guys in power get to righteous... i would prefer that they just taxed us or something... but let's just do our best to stay under their radar... but with facebook... :f_frown:
      pre, i don't even think that we exist on our politicians conscious minds. unless there would be a media hype.. were invincible. imo :s_grin:
    • bohemiagrove
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      no problem guys if they shut you down we will make "A tribute to Philippines Poker" ;)
    • terpesheva
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    • bohemiagrove
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      terpesheva well done ! :f_o: :s_o: :baby: :heart:
    • Bidillu
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      :f_frown: :f_frown: :f_frown: :f_frown: :f_frown:
    • bohemiagrove
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    • bohemiagrove
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      My personal fafvorite video