Bet Raise Fold

  • Published 7 years ago
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This documentary tracks the starting points and development of the Internet poker industry amid the 2000s and its effect on the next generation of professional poker players.

It looks at the contention between the US government and the online gamble industry that in the long run prompted 'The Black Friday', the shutdown of online poker in the United States by the government.

The ascent and fall of the billion dollar industry is woven with the lives of three noteworthy characters: Danielle, a youthful mother from Minnesota who utilized played poker for a living; Tony, a polyamorous Las Vegas, a professional player who was the World Poker Tour TV host; and Martin, a math virtuoso and poker professional from Australia who utilized his poker rewards to venture to the far corners of the planet.

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