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U.S. Supreme Court refuses to hear important right-to-play-poker case
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Mike Caro says:

Actually, I’m not unhappy with this event. It was the wrong case to establish, once and for all, that Americans have a right to play poker. There were too many other things being argued that were clouding the issue. Find a case in which people are arrested for playing poker in a friend’s house. That’s the one that’s likely to permanently establish a constitutional right to play. Keep it simple. — MC

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