PokerStars is bringing the big guns to California. Two of the site’s most recognizable faces (at least for the American audience) will be in California’s capitol city this week, as Jason Somerville and Daniel Negreanu will host a live demo at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Sacramento on May 21 from 10am – 12pm.
The demonstration, which will include the chance to play against the pros (play-money, of course), will come just one day after a joint Senate / Assembly informational hearing for online poker.
The demonstration will occur in parallel with the Capitol Weekly California Gaming Conference, which OPR will be attending and covering.
That conference is expected to bring together key stakeholders in California’s online poker debate and should provide an interesting vantage point for the impact of the previous day’s hearing.
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