Given the uncertainties surrounding the future of the HR2267 legislation, it’s not surprising that everyone is piling hypotheticals on top of hypotheticals in order to see what they want/hope to see. In game developer Zynga’s eyes, the legislation represents the possibility of turning its 28M Texas Hold ‘Em players on Facebook into real-money poker people. Of course, that would require the cooperation of Facebook, which is about as likely as founder Mark Zuckerberg greasing himself up to compete in the next Mr. Olympia bodybuilding competition, but hey, it’s all hypothetical, right? Read more.
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