In Conn., State Says Bars that Tap Poker Fad May Violate Law

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Some Connecticut bar owners have used the rising popularity of tournament poker to attract customers, but state officials say that could be violating gambling laws and Indian casino agreements, reports the Stamford Advocate. In Stamford alone, at least three bars have started tournament poker games in recent months. Players are charged a fee–$20 or $40,
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