I'm about to go all regulatory on you, so feel free to ignore me.
With NV, NJ and Delaware (I mean, come on, Delaware?) all having online gaming legislation on the books, how far away is the US from having a majority of it's citizen's able to consensually gamble in their own homes?
Do you think the US casino market is still significantly behind the rest of the world when it comes to online gaming, both in technology, and ethos, or have they caught up?
What do you think about the AGA's actions regarding PokerStars NJ licence application? Is it any more than Caesar's throwing the rattle out of the pram over the PokerStars rebuff of their advances to sell them the Rio and the WSOP brand?
Looking back before Black Friday, how do you rate the effectiveness of the PPA? I know they were mainly bankrolled by PokerStars and Full Tilt v1, did this have any impact on the decisions made at that time?
What do you consider the impact is of the PPA campaigns currently? What can they improve on, and what can individual US (and ROW) Poker players do hasten regulation in the US?
As a serving Board member on the PPA, have you received any legal opinions regarding the current status of Poker Sites still operating inside the US?