Brazil has produced one of the best poker players in the world, but there are still no live casinos in the country. The government has not yet legalized gambling or online poker, but that does not mean that players can not compete on international poker sites.
Recently another poker-related debate has surfaced. Since 2011, the President of the Brazilian Poker Confederation, Igor Trafane "Federal", was trying, together with the Ministry of Sports, to create a clear regulation for poker. In a video posted on his Facebook, Igor said that this regulation would bring greater clarity and opportunities for national and international investors, greater security for players and workers to be a recognized class, for clubs a model of how their operations should be, and As should online operations for international sites. I think that after the final regulation would facilitate the opening of own sites in the country.
The biggest problem is our politicians, because they want to rob us even in the game with taxes.