|Posted: August 31, 2006, 2:21 am - IP Logged|
Those who own and or run Internet casinos and or private lotteries, should not come to the U.S.A, not if they want to stay free, if they are Americans and or are living here, then the U.S. Government most not know that they have anything to do with those casinos and or lotteries. if you are American and in the future sometime you can't gamble at any of those internet overseas places, then maybe you need somebody from out of the USA to gamble for you there, if it is legal for them to do from their country, there is only the matter of their getting money from you and if you win then of their sending money to you also.
You yourself would not have anything to do with those overseas gambling casinos and or lotteries, all your dealings would be done with that overseas person.
That might be one of several possible ways to go.
Perhaps there are two problems here, actually gambling at a particular site or sites (the physical act of doing so, so to speak) and the two ways or bilateral exchange of money (To and from) and or monetary credit.
Any loopholes? Perhaps and very likely, but a third's party help might be needed.
Will overseas Internet gambling go away? Perhaps, but not very likely, it might just slow down some.
The US, could instead try to regulate and or tax it in some way or ways.
That might be a much better solution for everybody involved, if it can be done. (I can't spell).
Will we have to go underground in some way?
Good luck to all.
Who wants to be our overseas friend and get 25% of the profits?