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    Default South Points gets first Nevada online poker operator license

    Nevada has granted its first online poker operator license to South Point. South Point hopes to have its real-money online poker room up and running by October.

    http://gpwa.org/article/south-point-...ulators-202282

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    I didn't understand this fully.
    Representatives of the company fielded a number of questions from commissioners with regards to player age verification, self-exclusion lists, dealing with problems and quickly satisfying inquiries from customers and regulators. Vaughan told Commissioner John Moran Jr. that the company will keep a list of people it declines and will make it available to regulators and law enforcement agencies.
    So if a player gets declined because they are not in Nevada, or even worse, a player gets declined if they are suspected of being on a self-exclusion list their information is sent to law enforcement?

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    I think it means they're going to keep a list of people they've declined, and for what reason. They'll make that data available (I'm assuming), sans name, for reporting purposes to the regulators, so the there can be a determination of how well the regulations are working. The whole law enforcement thing is more a we'll comply with requests for information from law enforcement. This is more about regulations.

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