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Traditional (or "brick and mortar", B&M, live, land-based) venues 1585
Little Dorrit 1586
for many web and mobile product businesses 1587
Freeroll hand 1588
If a player knows he has a freeroll 1589
play money tournaments 1590
The Professional Poker Tour 1591
Fraud is a deception deliberately practiced 1592
As a civil wrong In common law 1593
The remedies for fraud 1594
In non-common law systems 1595
The Canadian courts 1596
The Fraud Act 2006 (c 35) 1597
United States 1598
Cost The typical organization 1599
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission 1600
Benford's Law 1601
Frank Abagnale Jr., 1602
Salim Damji 1603
Martin Frankel, 1604
Nick Leeson, 1605
Michael Monus, 1606
Michael Sabo, 1607
John Stonehouse, 1608
Contents1 Definition 1609
Kinked demand potentially fosters 1610
An attempt by Major League Baseball 1611
Barriers 1612
Anticollusion legal framework and collusive lawsuit. 1613
Topics in game theory 1614
Key figures 1615
A typical hand history 1616
Sample hand history 1617
Methods of evaluating low hands. See lowball. 1618
in a stud game 1619
Compare to "full bet rule", "half bet rule". 1620
Nothing, as in That last bluff 1621
backdoor 1622
bankroll 1623
In a fixed limit game, 1624
blind 1625
blocking bet 1626
bottom dealing Trick 1627
brick 1628
A forced bet in stud games. 1629
A casino employee 1630
bug 1631
button players 1632
cards speak 1633
The main pot 1634
check-raise 1635
To split a pot 1636
coffee housing 1637
combo, 1638
countdown 1639
crying call 1640
dead button 1641
deep stack 1642
dirty stack 1643
donk bet 1644
double-ace flush 1645
double-board, double-flop 1646
downcard A card that is dealt face-down. 1647
drawing live 1648
flush draw 1649
A common qualifier 1650
family pot 1651
field 1652
fish 1653
flat call 1654
flop 1655
forced-move 1656
fouled hand 1657
free card 1658
full ring 1659
grinder 1660
hand 1661
high card 1662
hole cam 1663
implied pot odds, implied odds 1664
in turn 1665
juice 1666
laydown 1667
light 1668
live game 1669
maniac 1670
middle position 1671
move in 1672
nothing 1673
one-chip rule 1674
open limp 1675
overcall 1676
paint 1677
penny ante 1678
pocket pair 1679
position bet 1680
post oak bluff 1681
probe bet 1682
To bet all in. 1683
quarter 1684
rag 1685
railbird 1686
range of hands 1687
redraw 1688
rock 1689
royal flush 1690
satellite 1691
set 1692
shark 1693
short buy 1694
sit and go 1695
snow 1696
squeeze play 1697
stand pat 1698
stop and go 1699
strategy card 1700
suck out 1701
tell 1702
third man walking 1703
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top pair 1705
turbo 1706
underfull 1707
variance 1708
IP addresses 1709
IPv4 1710
bit field Number 1711
IPv4 private addresses 1712
Assigned Numbers Authority 1713
assignment of network blocks, 1714
Many modern desktop 1715
IP subnetworksIP networks 1716
when the computer's IP address 1717
In the absence or failure 1718
dynamically assigned IP address 1719
Automatic Private IP Addressing 1720
Unicast: 1721
Multicast: 1722
Public addresses 1723
(NAT) or proxy server 1724
Hierarchical name space 1725
Virtual IP address 1726
IP address and thereby help preserve 1727
bandwidth limits. 1728
Legalities 1729
malicious websites 1730
Groups.google.com. 1731
IRC poker 1732
Players in no-limit 1733
Planet Poker 1734
Planet Poker assembled 1735
By the time Planet Poker recovered, 1736
Roy Cooke 1737
Many new poker rooms came and went. 1738
Mike Caro Mike Caro in the 2006 World Series of Poker 1739
The Body Language of Poker 1740
Mike Caro coined the famous poker 1741
The major online poker sites 1742
A PokerStars.com online satellite tournament 1743
History PokerStars launched 1744
Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006. 1745
PokerStars averages over 25,000 players 1746
The WCOOP 2010 Main Event champion 1747
Eureka Poker Tour, 1748
Celebrity players 1749
United States civil charges 1750
civil complaints against PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker after 1751
PokerStars Online Poker Traffic Report 1752
World Poker Tour 1753
Moneymaker attended Farragut High School 1754
Although largely unknown prior to the tournament, 1755
Moneymaker Gaming, 1756
Pokerdb.thehendonmob.com. Retrieved 2010-04-21. 1757
The winner of each event 1758
Johnny Moss, Becky Binion, and Puggy Pearson 1759
2005 Main Event, US$52,818,610 in prize money 1760
Erik Seidel. On April 12, 2012, 1761
Las Vegas casino owner and poker player 1762
Binion's Horseshoe, 1763
Caesars Palace. 1764
Poker, which began on June 25 with satellite 1765
Negreanu, 1766
Reese Memorial Trophy 1767
Year Winner Winning 1768
Main Event 1769
Main Event. He collected a record-breaking 1770
Most final tables: Phil Hellmuth (49) 1771
Oldest Main Event participant: 1772
2011 WSOP Player of the Year 1773
42 individuals. 1774
Jeffrey Pollack 1775
Pacific (WSOP APAC), 1776
WSOP Circuit, winners 1777
WSOP APAC Main Event 1778
Generally, ESPN used poker-playing 1779
Hugh Vincent needed two running spades 1780
2003 was the first year 1781
441 Productions, 1782
In 2009, ESPN announced 1783
The ESPN family 1784
Marketing the WSOP 1785
The official playing cards 1786
poker machines, 1787
WSOP online 1788
WSOP Poker Party Prize Packs. 1789
Arizona Harrah's Ak-Chin 1790
v t e 1980s WSOP Bracelet Winners 1791
v t e 2000s WSOP Bracelet Winners 1792
Poker 1793
Chris Moneymaker 1794
WSOP Main Event dropped 1795
federal bank fraud 1796
World Poker Tour 1797
Minnesota Law School 1798
no limit Texas hold 'em 1799
In 2012, Greg won an unprecedented 1800
Raymer was one of the original members 1801
poker industry's first and largest cardrooms 1802
Paradise Poker 1803
Paradise Poker software and migrating players 1804
Paradise Poker. Overall, 1805
Wolverhampton Wanderers 1806
Sportingbet also sponsor BanyuleFC 1807
Operating income €51.9 million (2013)[1] 1808
cash game revenue and number of players). 1809
History 1810
Greek market 1811
bwin's presence 1812
Double 1813
Windows Poker Client, 1814
PokerRoom.com[edit]PokerRoom.com 1815
Danish, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Russian, and 1816
Legal Status 1817
PartyGaming's flagship site 1818
Post IPO 1819
U.S. legislation[edit]On 29 September 2006, the U.S. Congress passed 1820
French legislation 1821
Penalties for each breach, which can be for each day, are 1822
Empire Online, 1823
Empire's "skin" operations, 1824
World Poker Tour in the debut season 1825
Cashcade was the first company 1826
sports world were supported 1827
Country Showdown or the Bwin Dailies 1828
Sportverein Werder Bremen, 1829
London Stock Exchange London Stock Exchange 1830
St Paul's Cathedral in the City of London. 1831
royal court 1832
Parliament 1833
non-members had to be expelled by a constable. 1834
the Exchange's organised market 1835
Thomas Allason was appointed as the main architect, and in 1836
the Committee and Parliament, respectively. 1837
London’s history took place. The Exchange’s floor was hit by a clutch of 1838
Council and Administration at the top, 1839
the trading name became "The London Stock Exchange". 1840
"Big Bang" 1841
London Stock Exchange plc. 1842
the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG). 1843
200 companies from the Asia-Pacific region. 1844
There are also two specialised markets: 1845
Covered warrants 1846
Alternative Investment Market (“AIM”) 1847
International Trading Service 1848
Fixed Income 1849
ORB Launched on 1 February 2010, 1850
The drive in Retail Bonds 1851
the Professional Securities Market 1852
RNS – Regulatory News Service 1853
Linux-based edition named Millennium Exchange.[12] 1854
the London Stock Exchange Group, 1855
Turquoise operates a maker-taker 1856
Asset Management unit, 1857
NASDAQ increased its stake 1858
the LSE 1859
volume growth 1860
market capitalization 1861
Holidays are currently: 1862
v t e Financial markets 1863
v t e Largest stock exchanges by market capitalization 1864
(Flora Forestry Mining 1865
Outline Index 1866
Category Commons 1867
online casino, online poker, and online bingo properties. 1868
Full Tilt Poker 1869
Games offered Full Tilt offered both play and real money cash games and tournaments. 1870
Full Tilt Online Poker Series 1871
The Professionals 1872
Gambling Control Commission on June 29, 2011 and revoked on September 29, 2011.[18] 1873
Full Tilt’s Terms of Service for using "bots". On October 17, 2009, 1874
prominent targets”. 1875
Ponzi scheme 1876
A companion civil case 1877
Ex-members of Team Full Tilt 1878
the Formula One racing team 1879
Poker Million 1880
From a legal perspective, 1881
History 1882
gaming licences 1883
Interactive Gambling Moratorium Act, 1884
gambling to form online. 1885
play casino games such as roulette 1886
UK National Lottery 1887
In-Play gambling 1888
Racetrack owners, 1889
FirePay, Neteller & Moneybookers 1890
federal statutes prohibiting 1891
United States, 1892
Australia 1893
gambling at an establishment 1894
Canada’s first legal online casino 1895
French gambling market 1896
Schleswig-Holstein 1897
Public Gaming Act of 1867. 1898
Russia 1899
Gambling is now a diverse, 1900
The Bill set out 1901
United States 1902
Justice Department's move say 1903
federal statutes, 1904
Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006 1905
Sportingbet announced that real-money 1906
Online Poker Players. 1907
casino games and slots 1908
FDU's PublicMind 1909
unlawful Internet gambling, 1910
Remote Gambling 1911
online gambling 1912
291 remote gambling activity licences 1913
A study by the UK Gambling Commission, 1914
the Gambling Interity Services (GIS). 1915
Internet gambling posed any particular risks 1916
Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006 1917
Contents 1918
the Wire Act 1919
the House of Representatives 1920
the House Banking Committee 1921
the Department of the Treasury 1922
The final regulations 1923
These regulations 1924
The Act contains 1925
Internet poker in the act. 1926
electronic fund transfer 1927
The Act 1928
The courts have the power 1929
the ISP can be forced to appear 1930
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