Meanwhile denial mode feels good.
That will be an awakening slap in the face. Denial does work good. Course crossing my fingers and my toes and living with the constant stress will eventually become second nature; at least until they come knocking on my door.
Americans like convenience (convenience – a luxury that is intended to save a consumer time or frustration).
US Banking Instruments in under 270 days
Guess where they end up?
I’ve had a significant increase in clicks, a few registrations and a deposit here and there. A couple also made deposits in programs that never did squat.
I think a better picture will develop over the next couple of months as to how Americans who gamble online feel about the new law when it comes to wagering.
as to how Americans who gamble online feel about the new law when it comes to wagering.
until some players actually get dragged into court I doubt much will change with players. US’ers don’t like to be told what to do despite how it looks … they’re just apethetic at heart and generally don’t do anything until it directly effects them.
I think when the voting is over it will greatly speak of how they feel as I just read where 20 million americans gamble online … that’s a lot of voters. between the sports betters and the poker players .. they are passionate about their hobby and I think will make their feelings known all too well come vote day.
the problem with all this is that it still remains to be seen how the funding ewallets etc will choose to lean and/or whether new options crop up that are feasibly useable for US players to be able to deposit. Not too mention our predicuments in this scenario which is IMHO the real worry. I don’t think neither the players nor the casinos (those still choosing to participate) stand to lose much in the way of playing or players.
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