re: Poker & Federal Online Legislation in the US - Do You Think it Will Happen?
I honestly don't know how long it will be, but it seems like marijuana has a faster chance to be legal before poker.... go figure. What I would really love to see is a poker site
like Nevada's Ultimate Poker, but for the entire country. It would be licensed and operated within the U.S. and they should have two skins: One that ONLY allows U.S. Players, and one that allows everyone including U.S. That way you have a choice of playing on a site with 100,000+ players or on a site with just a few thousand players. The one thing I do like about playing on a site like Black Chip Poker or Lock Poker is the fact that I see the same people all the time, so that give me an advantage on info. That also goes the same way for other players and myself, but I still like it. On Poker Stars I'd never see the same person twice, and you have no idea if he's a solid player or a fish, and chances are you're not gonna get a read because hardly anyone speaks the same language. I also don't miss every single Guaranteed MTT having more than 3K players. I also love BCP's tourney structure. 15min blinds and 5K starting chips for most tourneys. I love deep stacks. It actually gives me a chance to play real poker and not play "race the blinds" PS and FT never offered those kind of tourneys that I ever saw.