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I believe that casinos have way too much power in the US to allow online poker to get as big as it was prior to "Black Friday".
The limited amount of states playing online poker "legally", the growth of online, and almost need of having a HUD makes it very hard for newer players to get vested into online poker unless they have the drive to succeed.
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change of laws...other then that there isn't much they can do. But keep in mind, when partypoker, 888, and stars entered into NJ it wasn't to make money for them. It was to create the casino partnerships and get there foot in the door for "legal" poker in the US.