Sheldon adelson vs online poker

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Despite growing support for legalizing online poker domestically, opponents continue their fight. Perhaps the biggest opponent to online gambling is billionaire Sheldon Adelson, CEO of the Sands Corp. and owner of both the Venetian and the Palazzo. He also owns other properties in Macau, Singapore, and Pennsylvania.

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Sheldon Adelson has long claimed that online poker is nothing more than gambling and a threat to children, but Brian Rast begs to differ and he’s got $2 million to prove it. Adelson’s efforts to have online poker outlawed are well known.