Tribal Study Blasts California’s Online Poker Hopes

A study by a former state finance director warns that legalisation of internet poker in California could deprive state budget coffers of $365m annually because the games would violate gambling exclusivity agreements with tribal casinos.The study by Michael Genest Consulting on behalf of the California Tribal Business Alliance ignited new controversy in a feud among tribes over the worthiness of establishing an online California “internet poker consortium”.

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