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If I played chess for money, would that be gambling?
by Andrew Kiraly | posted May 3, 2011
Amid the nervous and indignant chatter over the big online poker bust, it's time to seize the moment and change the way the public -- and politicians -- think about poker.
Let's agree: It ain't like tugging the arm of a slot machine. It's more akin to chess. And is playing a game of skill for money actually gambling? Hellnaw!, says one writer at CardPlayer:
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