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    Saturday, August 5th, 2006 by Mike

Whatever the House of Representatives had to say about online gambling legislation hasn’t changed Party Poker’s determination to stay focused on Americans. Experts are basically divided on the issue of this legislation: some see no chance of the Senate passing this bill, while others are panicing that the end of Internet Gaming is happening now. As far as Party Gaming (owners of Party Poker, Party Casino and Party Bingo) is concerned, politics and gambling will have to agree to disagree. At least until a solid gamlbing law is passed, that is.

Even though the Senate could soon ratify the House’s decision, and the Bet On Sports debacle shocked online gaming executives everywhere, the only plans that Party Gaming are willing to alter are their travel itineraries. Their marketing strategy still includes a very strong focus on the United States online gambling market, with a major focus on brand building for Party Casino. Online casinos are believed to be the main focus of the bill.

Basically, Party Gaming executives will be steering clear of America for travel purposes, but will be focusing heavily on the market from a far. The United States has long been the source of exponential growth in the online poker industry.
With 76% of their revenue being generated from the USA, who could blame Garber and his other board members for showing courage and determination in the face of adversity. His shareholders certainly won’t. And neither will his casino players!

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