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November 3rd, 2020 at 3:00:33 PM permalink
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i dont know why but i highly doubt that there is a single law that disallows player collusion.



you might be right but the link is a story of a British (granted - not the U.S.) poker player being prosecuted partly because of collusion

also, the house might look at it completely differently if it's the house being cheated compared to colluding players cheating other players

it's possible that gambling laws are written in such a vague manner that they're intended to allow charges to be brought for incidences that are not specifically described




https://www.pokernews.com/news/2014/10/darren-woods-faces-charges-for-collusion-19580.htm
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November 3rd, 2020 at 3:01:11 PM permalink
deleted by me the post above answers my question
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November 3rd, 2020 at 3:11:51 PM permalink
Regarding passive collusion in table games: If I can see something at a casino table, I am allowed to think about the implications of what I've seen. The casino gives us the option of making our own choices about wagering and in-game decisions and certainly welcomes anyone who doubles down on hard 16 or who folds a K-high hand at 3-card poker.

As for laws restricting teams from signaling, etc: We just had the outrageous Mike Postle cheating scandal in live poker where we learned that the state of California doesn't prosecute people for cheating at poker.

Laws restricting the exchange of information between two parties are usually very hard to enforce.
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November 3rd, 2020 at 3:17:21 PM permalink
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Regarding passive collusion in table games: If I can see something at a casino table, I am allowed to think about the implications of what I've seen. The casino gives us the option of making our own choices about wagering and in-game decisions and certainly welcomes anyone who doubles down on hard 16 or who folds a K-high hand at 3-card poker.

As for laws restricting teams from signaling, etc: We just had the outrageous Mike Postle cheating scandal in live poker where we learned that the state of California doesn't prosecute people for cheating at poker.

Laws restricting the exchange of information between two parties are usually very hard to enforce.



one of the last times i played live poker at wind creek, i was at a table where these two people sitting at the opposite ends of the table were actually husband and wife. i could tell something was going on because they were just too soft on each other. i think for some reason, because i have a big mouth, i said something and they confirmed they were together. the minute they left, i was informed by some of the players that the casino actually does not allow them to sit at the same table, or it was law, which i cant find right now.

so now that im reminicsing about this there may be a law that pertains to this but not specifically collusion itself, just circumstances that can lead to collusion.
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November 3rd, 2020 at 4:04:03 PM permalink
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That's a fairly big leap. Where do you draw the line? If someone collects unearned drawing tickets or sneaks food into the movie theater should we assume they will cheat evryone else?



Thank you for saying that. I feel lilredrooster was just caviling (very picky)
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November 6th, 2020 at 6:12:16 AM permalink
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November 6th, 2020 at 7:21:28 AM permalink
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Nothing but a dumb moron!

Now now, GMan. I have to give you 3 days for personal insult.
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November 6th, 2020 at 7:41:50 AM permalink
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FYI. I do not ask anything for return if I share information with you here or in private. Anyone can be comfortable to contact me and I will not ask any information from you

Jimlee, Please note that if you must never try to use this forum to sell a system, or to rope in suckers. rule 10.
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November 6th, 2020 at 10:20:17 AM permalink
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FYI. I do not ask anything for return if I share information with you here or in private. Anyone can be comfortable to contact me and I will not ask any information from you

Jimlee, Please note that if you must never try to use this forum to sell a system, or to rope in suckers. rule 10.
https://wizardofvegas.com/forum/info/rules/2-forum-rules/#post37215



You just called the membership "SUCKERS" I demand a Mission style resignation! ;)

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