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Nelson Rose to Speak About Poker Sites Shutdown

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Apr/19/2011
Nelson Rose

One of, if not the most well known gaming lawyers will speak on Wednesday, April 20th about the shut down of the top 3 poker sites in the US (Pokerstars, Full Tilt Poker, and Absolute Poker).

Mr. Rose will be on affiliateliferadio.com starting at 2pm Pacific Time.  He will be fielding questions from listeners and people in the chat boxes about questions they have concerning the recent developments in online poker about the shut down of poker sites and domain seizures.

According to Jeremy, the owner of Poker Affiliate Listings and the radio show he expects it to be the most listened to, and downloaded radio show they have ever had. 

In previous episodes mainly online gambling affiliates listen to the shows but for this one people from all industries, news outlets and gaming companies will likely be listening and downloading the podcast.

Mr. Rose does not work directly with the online poker sites in question so direct questions such as cashouts etc. will not likely be answered.  He will more than likely focus on what he expects to see in the future of online poker.

For the most part I. Nelson Rose has been accurate on his assessments in previous articles about the US online gaming law and predictions. Previous articles can be read at gamblingandthelaw.com .  This will be an interesting show to say the least, and hopefully shed some light on what has been a cloudy week.

Source:  Compatiblepoker.com

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