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AIR DATE: September 25, 2013

For a couple of months, Internet poker in Nevada has been confined to just one Web site. A second site, branded as a World Series of Poker site, has also gone live. And that's already too many sites for the small Nevada market. Things will get worse when three others are opened in the near future. So how can online poker keep building Nevada-only sites? And where will a bigger market come from?

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Howard Stutz, Gaming Reporter, Las Vegas Review-Journal

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