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Q: e-Gambling in China?

Is it legal to e-gamble here in China? Is there any websites to play bingo, poker and games like that?

9 years 1 week ago in  Arts & Entertainment - China

 
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even i am looking for a place where i can play texus holdem

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I can get on Pokerstars no problem, FullTilt was fine too before they had problems. I don't know about any of the other sites, because I use a mac.

The Asian Poker Academy site is well worth a look

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You can sign up for an account located in your home country. You probably still have a cc from USA/Canada/Europe or wherever you're from, so with a VPN you could probably play without any problem.

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9 years 4 days ago

*MrBump bumps the bump*

 
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Thanks for the information. I couldn't figure it out

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