British Columbia’s minister for doubling down, Rich Coleman, told the BC legislature on Friday that peer-to-peer poker will go live in September of this year. There will be no artificial caps on wagering amounts, so the sky’s the limit, assuming that players can find takers in the other provinces involved in the scheme, namely Quebec and the Maritimes. What would really cap off the BC government’s dramatic about-face on the evils of gambling is if Rich Coleman would start dressing like a dealer during parliamentary debates, you know, bow-tie, vest with no jacket? Might pick up some decent tips, ya never know… Read more.
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