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According to interview with Joe Hachem poker is dying and I agree with him. But what should we do make it growing again?
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tinpoutsises
1011 days ago
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Ragz
1013 days ago
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bring back italy, france and spain and in an absolute paradise USA (but doubt that will happen in the next decade) and it'll be whale city once more.
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PaulSmiley
1013 days ago
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I Just heard the guy that commentates etc from WPT tour talking with his little poker nerds. They totally disagreed with hachem the stupid poker nerd gronks. They were defending the 'internet' players saying that they are introverts and they can not help 'being pathetically non social' (my words). This is bullshit i reckon. They are so tunnel visioned about their image being all 'sick' with their attire and think that talking gives away information. This is bullshit... Even though I think both sides have plausible points, it doesnt take away from reality. The EPT is really good viewing for actual poker professionals, however it wouldnt appeal much to a recreational player, as their isnt a ton of antics or atmosphere etc. The bottom line is, internet poker needs to be legal in The states!! this attributed mainly to the downfall.
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johnworf
1016 days ago
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We are all dying very slowly...we will all succumb to our entropic state of nothingness - so to say poker is dying is merely stating the obvious. Enjoy it while it still has a heartbeat. They don't call me Mr cheery for nothing :-)
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BAlOTEllI9O
1017 days ago
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If 10bb sats are still beatable then poker is not going to be dead anytime soon. I think he was actually referring more to the live scene anyway.
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