Post Oak Bluff (2015)

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Post Oak Bluff is a surprising and provocative exploration of the government's attempt to prohibit online poker in the United States. This revealing new documentary due out in 2015 follows ... See full summary »

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Steven Sobel

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Steven Sobel

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Credited cast:
Doyle Brunson ... Himself
Annie Duke ... Herself
Antonio Esfandiari Antonio Esfandiari ... Himself
Jennifer Harman ... Herself
Phil Hellmuth Jr. ... Himself
Phil Laak Phil Laak ... Himself
Howard Lederer Howard Lederer ... Himself
James McManus James McManus ... Himself
Vanessa Rousso ... Herself
Mike Sexton ... Himself
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Post Oak Bluff is a surprising and provocative exploration of the government's attempt to prohibit online poker in the United States. This revealing new documentary due out in 2015 follows the bankers, poker players and policy makers surrounding the UIGEA (Unlawful Internet Gaming Enforcement Act) as it applies to poker. Post Oak Bluff answers once and for all the luck vs. skill debate at the heart of the UIGEA by deconstructing the game of poker. At the same time, the movie follows the action on Capitol Hill as the battle rages on over the future of online poker in America. Find out who wins! Written by Anonymous

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USA

Language:

English

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2015 (USA) See more »

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