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October 16, 2011
"Poker for Law Students" Course Update
I've previously written about my desire to teach a "Poker for Law Students" course (here). To that end, I am always on the lookout for supporting documentation and course materials (as I've also previously blogged about here). So, just in case this sort of thing interests you I thought I'd pass on a couple of additional items I've come across recently:
1. A PokerNews item on "Poker Players and Entrepreneurs: A Compatible Match"
2. A Texas Hold'Em Guide to Winning in Business
Somewhat relatedly, the American Gaming Association recently released a white paper that many feel is the best articulation yet of why and how the U.S. should legalize and regulate online poker.
October 16, 2011 in Books, Business in Law Schools, Current Affairs, Government and Business, Musings, Politics | Permalink
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