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Poker Affiliates Programs VP in Hot Water

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Jun/18/2009

The new VP of Marketing over at Poker Affiliate Programs has apparently gotten off on the wrong foot. 

"Looks like the new VP of Marketing thought it would be a good idea to 'give away' over 100 copyrighted poker books online," a source tells Gambling911.com.  "It's really got the 2+2 people very mad and also includes a Doyle Brunson book without permission."

Folks on their own board are also questioning the "giveaway" by VP Bob Raines.

"I doubt this is legal, but who cares?" acknowledged one poster.

Another member of the posting forum community obviously DOES care, as should the writers of these books, including Doyle Brunson.

"Bob aren't you working for PAP?" asked one poster by the name of Kaus. "You of all people should know how wrong this is not to mention the legal issues behind copywritten material."

 

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