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  2. Interesting read and makes sense that programs outside the WSOP are drawing less people ATM.
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  3. What kind of advertising will we see step up? Alcohol and the likes?? While poker can be viewed as a morally shaking advertising opportunity at best, surely for some companies, the rewards certainly outweigh the risks. Granted, youll never see CocaCola sponsoring. Any idea what kinda of companies would/should jump at this?
     
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    Originally Posted by mrniphty View Post

    What kind of advertising will we see step up? Alcohol and the likes?? While poker can be viewed as a morally shaking advertising opportunity at best, surely for some companies, the rewards certainly outweigh the risks. Granted, youll never see CocaCola sponsoring. Any idea what kinda of companies would/should jump at this?

    Casinos, racetracks, gambling related magazines, free poker related games (like facebook), airlines, hotels, etc.
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  5. dont forget beef jerky!
     
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  6. deodorant ADS tables need to smell fresh not like BADOOSY
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  7. A 2003 letter from government to the networks warned that accepting ads from gambling sites was tantamount to advertising prostitution and child pornography.

    Article quote. Jesus Christ, I didn't know that by using my hard earned money to play a game played around the world I was really just having sex with children.
     
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  8. I'd like to see some numbers on how much ad revenue has been lost and how many people lost their jobs due to black friday.

    Then someone from DOJ can tell us what was gained, which of course was nothing.

    I hate to say it but between corruption and ineptitude the US government, aside from providing some basic services (which is all it was ever meant to do) is worthless.
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    Originally Posted by Cabo View Post

    I'd like to see some numbers on how much ad revenue has been lost and how many people lost their jobs due to black friday.

    Then someone from DOJ can tell us what was gained, which of course was nothing.

    I hate to say it but between corruption and ineptitude the US government, aside from providing some basic services (which is all it was ever meant to do) is worthless.

    Would be great if there was some analysis on this, I am curious as well.
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