30 Poker Pros Sign Letter Endorsing PPA

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Posted on Nov 2nd 2006  -  Subject: 30 Poker Pros Sign Letter Endorsing PPA
Tomorrow, the Poker Players Alliance will send out a letter to all its members letting them know their organization is supported by some of the most well-known and respected players in the world. he letter that’s being released tomorrow reads: Dear fellow poker player, Our freedom to play America’s game online has been taken away by Washington, D.C. The time is now for us to make a stand and protect the game we love. The Poker Players Alliance is our voice on Capitol Hill fighting to protect our right to play the game. We fully endorse the Poker Players Alliance and urge you to become a member right now. Go to www.pokerplayersalliance.org and help defend poker. When our united voice is millions of members strong, Washington, D.C. will listen to us. The Poker Players Alliance is that voice. Join this great organization and help save the game we love to play. Sincerely, Doyle Brunson, Mike Caro, David Chiu, T.J. Cloutier, Hoyt Corkins, Paul Darden, Freddy Deeb, Eli Elezra, Antonio Esfandiari, Chris Ferguson, Layne Flack, Jack Fox, Chau Giang, Phil Gordon, Clonie Gowen, Barry Greenstein, Jennifer Harman, Kenna James, Linda Johnson, John Juanda, Phil Laak, Scotty Nguyen, Chip Reese, Vanessa Rousso, Matt Savage, Erik Seidel, Mike Sexton, Dewey Tomko, Cyndy Violette, Lee Watkinson, and Robert Williamson III source: cardplayer
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Posted on Nov 2nd 2006
This is cool
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Posted on Nov 3rd 2006  -  Subject: Good luck
Its nice to see these people getting behind the game ... even though they dont have to.
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Posted on Nov 7th 2006
Why wouldn't they have to? Is there more? I would join right now if it werent for the fee. I will soon.
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Posted on Nov 16th 2006  -  Subject: ppa
i am not american but i think this is not about playing poker it is about taking one rights away. is the world becoming one big prison. we all better be careful of the governent telling us all how to live and breath. good luck to you all
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Posted on Nov 18th 2006
I think it is all just a big waste of time. Americand should still be able to play if they search hard enough. Again though I am not concerning myself too greatly due to the fact that I am not the lobster heading to the boiling pot. I just figure that they should be able to open a bank account outside of the US say Canada or somewhere and transfer cash that way. As for what the pro's sign I am supprised they haven't all voted for the bill. I would if I were in their shoes. That's a thousand or so less players I'd have to worry about showing up at my WSOP event. Sure it's millions of dollars difference in the kitty, but 10 years ago they were playing for far less anyways and they were happy then.
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