Globally I think it'll keep growing. Definitely not at the 2003 Moneymaker effect rate, but it'll keep growing. There are just too many big markets around the world that haven't discovered the game yet.
Poker is only just starting to make its way onto television down here, for example, thanks largely to the APPT - the LAPT should probably have a similar effect in South America.
Governments are likely going to be the biggest stumbling block. If the Chinese government decides it doesn't like poker, for example, that will shut off a huge market. At the moment I think it's only really Macau that has legal casinos
over there? And the Russian government has obviously just put a big downer on the growth of the game there too.