Podcast 137: Federal Gaming Law Update; Gurkha Status; Arcadia Ales Whitsun Ale

Podcast 137, 9/29/13 … Jason and Tony review the pending federal litigation over poker rooms and off-reservation tribal casinos. Then your Sultans of Smooth review both the Gurkha Status cigar and the Arcadia Ales Whitsun Ale.

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2 thoughts on “Podcast 137: Federal Gaming Law Update; Gurkha Status; Arcadia Ales Whitsun Ale

  1. AccessVegas Reply

    Wow… that gaming law ruling is a sleeping giant. And, I have not heard about it anywhere else. So, if the law goes the way of the Indians, they will be able to buy land absolutely anywhere they want and open a casino. That is mind-bending and will change the face of gaming in America.

    From my experience, I would suggest that Jason’s stick had the kind of wrapper crack it had due to the temperature fluctuation. The heat of the light and drawing the fire through the stick just finally finished the process off.

    I enjoy Gurkhas, but I’m not a fan boy. But I will note that I’ve never had one with a construction issue. Ever. However, as was eloquently noted, these are hand-made natural products. Even the best will sometimes have an issue.

    Enjoyed this episode with a Rocky Patel Decade with 4 years on it. Yum, yum, yum.

    • Jason Gillikin Reply

      Rocky Patel Decade. I agree: Yum.

      I’m looking forward to the day when Indian casinos launch pop-up booths in parking lots and street pokers. “Three card monte” is now legal, provided an Indian is doing it. 🙂

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