Originally Posted by arkadiy
Well, there is a reason people who own casinos aren't exactly poor
What is a surprise is why major U.S. casino owners/operators aren't after the revenue potential here.
I originally thought it might be because they feared distracting from their multi-billion dollar resort investments. I'm past that now seeing the number of people who play online who could/would never go to that 'casino' resort system anyway.
The only remaining logic to not supporting online gaming for U.S. players and operating a U.S. based online poker room is fear.
'Fear' of what? They certainly have the investment capital to start online rooms. Hell, even full blown online casinos
, craps, blackjack
, etc. They have the funds to hire the best minds in electronic gaming and they must have the 'connections' that would be required.
Feel free to comment, but I see it as a fear to get involved in an enterprise where cheating, dishonesty and greed are so potentially damaging, they won't endanger their BnM reputations getting involved in what is very likely a questionable investment.
Bottom line question: What do they know that we don't .. ??