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Online gambling gets support from Ivy League prof

Since the U.S. regulated online gambling, more and more people have lobbied for the regulating the regulations. One of those is a law professor at Harvard professor, Charles R. Nesson , who is supportive of the bill that would legalize the $13 billion Internet gambling industry and bring it under the jurisdiction of the federal government.

This bill was introduced by Rep. Barney Frank just recently to regulate online gambling in the U.S. As of now, U.S. banks are prohibited to transfer funds to online gaming companies, so, more online gambling merchants are turning to offshore banks to process profit.

Nesson is skeptical of the bill's intentions and strongly supports to actually legitimize online poker tournaments. His premise is that online poker is based on skill and strategy, just like how the traditional poker is played.

The popularity of online gambling can never be underestimated. Regulating it has become a source of controversy and criticism, in the end, online gambling enthusiasts will always fight for it to stay.

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