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    Posted by Marco Valerio March 19, 2012

    by Marco Valerio

    From Sunday the 4th until Tuesday the 6th of March, I had the chance to attend the second annual iGaming North America conference, which took place at the Planet Hollywood hotel and casino in Las Vegas, NV.

    To give events like these some structure, organizers will assemble a series of consecutive panels (“sessions”) over the course of the conference. The speakers who make up these panels are typically an impressive group of people, well qualified authorities on whichever topics they are speaking on. This year, iGNA hosted around 30 of these sessions. Some are run concurrently in two separate rooms, meaning you sometimes have to decide which one to attend, not always an easy decision!

    This was my first time attending iGNA (which is itself a very new event, having made its debut just last year), and I have to thank its organizers, Sue Schneider and Mark Balestra, for granting me the opportunity to experience it. Dawn Wagner, another coordinator, was also very helpful.

    Ever since getting myself more immersed in the greater gambling industry, I’ve delighted in attending gaming conferences like iGaming North America. I try to take advantage of the fact that I live in Las Vegas, where so many of these things take place year-round. It’s a real blast getting to meet all these people and learning so much about the industry. Therefore, I thought I would share with you my diary of the experience, singling out five of the most memorable moments and impressions in particular.


    If Phil Hellmuth were actually an online pro and he attended one of these things, he might lose his mind. But this is not an attempt to be insolent. Let me explain.

    I remember attending many of the seminars at G2E last year, where Internet poker came up all the time. A more sedated form of this was still the case at iGNA, where everybody continues to accept that “it’s not if but when” like it was something the pigs dictated in Animal Farm.

    At the same time, just because everybody(?) in the industry is becoming online poker-curious, that doesn’t mean they understand it very well. Or at all.

    Far be it from me to pose as any sort of authority on the subject, or worse, condescend to those who understand it even less. The problem is that the ignorance which this industry has brought upon itself in the way of online gaming might startle even a casual Two Plus Two lurker.

    Why? Because the American gaming industry’s volte-face on Internet gambling is a very recent phenomenon following years of hostility, during which the very same people who today are abducting the Euro veterans were actively lobbying against online gaming in this country. Content – and protective – as they were with their land-based revenue, and reliant upon the outgoing Sheldonism that “the security was just not there,” the landlords effectively blinded themselves from any knowledge of online gaming in a manner akin to book burning.

    There is also the obvious issue of age. Most casino magnates are still dinosaurs of the brick-and-mortar era, who will have a very difficult time adapting to online anything for the same reason you could never teach your dad Playstation. This is also the case with the industry’s growing flirtation with social media, which was the subject of its own session, and frequently came up during others as well.

    But as lost as the landlords may be (and most of them don’t have a problem admitting it), they were in very good hands at iGNA, where premier poker insiders such as Brian Balsbaugh and David Gzesh had no difficulty conveying both basic and advanced concepts to the attentive audience. I was especially impressed by the presentation of Will Griffiths, the dashing CEO of The Level Media, who has worked with both UltimateBet and DoylesRoom. He offered sacrosanct recommendations for optimal poker marketing. His co-panelist, Income Access CEO Nicky Senyard, made a number of great points as well (in particular, she stressed the superiority of player value versus player traffic), and theirs must have been my favorite session of the entire event, at least until I got to watch Joe Brennan Jr. own souls like a hellish merchant at the very end of the conference.


    I always appreciated former Las Vegas mayor Oscar Goodman, and when he walked onstage on Day 2 for his “welcoming remarks,” holding cocktails in both hands and accompanied by two classic Vegas showgirls, it was a charming image of the old Las Vegas which I’m sure many of the more seasoned attendees could relate to. Personally, I didn’t have an issue with this, but I did think that such an extravagantly archaic demonstration, coupled with Goodman’s actual speech made up almost entirely of personal anecdotes, was out of tune with the spirit of innovation that was supposed to characterize the gathering of an industry no longer afraid to step into the future. But that’s nitpicking. Goodman did put everybody in a good mood, and I even got to say hi to him after he was done!

    Then came the turn of Jonathan Halkyard, CFO of Caesars Entertainment Corp. Mr. Halkyard was scheduled to deliver a keynote address on “the growing consensus among experts in law enforcement, consumer safety and child protection, as well as the casino industry and America’s poker players, about the need for reform of federal Internet gaming laws and the strict regulation of online poker.”

    Before I engage in some good-natured trolling of the speech Mr. Halkyard actually ended up delivering, I do want to make something clear: I happen to like Caesars. It is an excellent casino company, plus I always thought Gary Loveman was a badass for sticking up for online poker way before anyone else did. In fact, just because of this, if online poker is ever given the go-ahead in this country, I hope Caesars makes the best of it.

    Having said all of this, Mr. Halkyard’s speech was not technically supposed to extol Caesars’s virtues. But of course, it did. A number of people I spoke with made the following observation: why would a speech about Internet gaming security be entrusted to a chief financial officer? And in fact, it did not take long for Mr. Halkyard’s speech to take a hard left at OH BTW.

    Mr. Halkyard went from why it’s safe to regulate > why we must regulate > why we must regulate federally > why Caesars pwns, in eloquent yet precipitous order, with the mandatory reminder that Playtika outranks Angry Birds, and a startlingly abrupt diss at “the states” that they simply didn’t have the capacity to efficiently regulate for themselves.

    But hey, if you were struggling with massive debt and trying to attract more investors after your idiosyncratic IPO last month, you would probably be the first to send your CFO up there to pitch like a champ. Plus, it’s their party (Planet Hollywood), and they’ll pitch if they want to. MBN.

    #3 – EGR VS IGB

    This was a very cool thing to find out: Crosstown rivals iGaming Business and eGaming Review are both introducing a North American edition of their respective magazines at just about the same time this year, beginning in April. Both iGB and eGR are industry-leading trade publications based in the UK, not to mention world-renowned pioneers of funny-looking lower-case initials.

    I had known about iGaming Business North America for a while, as they have been publicizing the new magazine since February. As somebody who consumes a ton of poker and gaming media, I’m a big fan of iGB, and I enjoyed getting to meet its publisher, Alex Pratt, for the first time at iGNA. I also got to see managing editor Michael Caselli again, whom I had briefly met at G2E in October, where he had exhibited some mean moderating skills, but he’s far from mean in real life!

    I also have a very big soft spot for eGaming Review. James Bennett (editor) and Tom Victor (lead reporter) are good people and friends of QuadJacks Poker Radio, on which they’ve appeared a number of times. They weren’t present at iGNA, but I did get to meet EGR’s man in America, Sam Compagnoni, an affable chap who told me all about eGR North America.

    No matter whose idea it was first, it makes perfect sense to be setting up an office here in the United States right now, for any responsible gaming news outlet – especially online gaming – should recognize that the enormous momentum in the United States, today and for the foreseeable years to come, will require a special magazine exclusively devoted to it.

    Therefore, I am very excited to see two of the world’s best igaming news providers import their talent into our borders for the coming renaissance. The informed American gambler will be all the better off by the presence of these two veterans trying to outdo one another. My only recommendation to both magazines is that they check the Queen’s speech at the door and get ready to rock Yankee spelling by the very first issue. The last thing I want to see is, “Asked about the hasards of legalising remote wagering on spourts programmes, Mr Christie of colonial Jersey averred this was not part of the planne at this pointe.”

    In before merger?


    After having ground (past participle of to grind) QuadJacks Poker Radio pretty much all day every day for almost a year, I’ve talked to more people than I can keep account of, and I have valued every minute of it. The radio network has allowed me to meet and correspond with so many extraordinary individuals whose work has truly become an example for me. Two role models who immediately come to mind are Vin Narayanan (Managing Editor of Casino City Times) and Chris Krafcik (North America Research Director for GamblingCompliance). Both men have been highly valued contributors to QuadJacks Poker Radio, and after months of web correspondence, I was finally able to meet both in person at iGNA for the very first time.

    I’ve only ever had limited correspondence with Supreme Poker Agent and Forbidden Fruit of Poker Media (he has resisted every attempt to get him on the program) Brian Balsbaugh, so I was very pleased to finally get to corner him. Actually, he was the one who graciously snuck up on me. Mr. Balsbaugh does not lend himself to media interviews very frequently, so it was sort of an event when he emerged from the curtains to tell PokerNews in October that he didn’t give much for Trump’s chances in the way of online gaming. This always struck me as a bit weird, and I had a number of questions for Mr. Balsbaugh – all of which I was able to ask him at iGNA, and which he answered in return! It was a rare and meaningful exchange, and as he bade me farewell, I wondered if I would ever see him again.

    Other people I cherished getting to meet IRL were Chris Sieroty (Business Writer for the Las Vegas Review Journal) and Brian Pempus (Content Manager for Card Player Magazine). Both are industry writers whose work I admire and respect. Gaming futurist John Acres gave a very good speech about the importance of staying innovative and forward-thinking in this industry, rather than remaining set in one’s ways just because they seem to have worked so far. I had wanted to meet him since reading this similarly themed contribution to Casino Enterprise Management. Lucking into the seat right next to online gaming extraordinaire Alexandre Dreyfus, the coolest guy in any room he walks into, was by itself enough to make the trip worthwhile. So was the encounter with Peter Dugas, a true gentleman and upstanding professional whom I’d gotten to interview just the week before!

    Running into All Vegas Poker CEO and personal friend Jon Friedberg was a delight indeed. He would go on to test my suppression of laughter many times by texting me the funniest observations during some of the slower sessions. I enjoyed seeing the perennially freewheeling Eric Morris again, former Bluff boss, who took part in a panel focused on how the poker industry is perceived by the “outside world.” Scarlet Robinson, an old buddy whom I hadn’t seen in ages, gave a solid crash course on gaming + social media to an attentive crowd, aided by Hai Ng, CIO of Continent 8 Technologies. And of course, I could not resist showing Professor I. Nelson Rose my new Facebook & Twitter avatar wherein my face is superimposed on his body. If he was at all creeped out by this demonstration, he did not show it, and for that I am grateful.

    The event was not only a place to run into old acquaintances, but make some new ones as well. Upon learning that Steven Titch, policy analyst at the Reason Foundation (and poker player!) was covering the event for one of my favorite publications, I set out to find him and introduce myself, and in this I was successful. The tall, handsome Irishman was Eamonn Toland, president of Paddy Power North America, but I wouldn’t realize this until later, and so I missed out on the opportunity to ask him about the company’s plans here in Nevada. If he ever forgives me for shaking his hand with the one I had just sneezed on, I may have a shot at getting him on the program.

    Michael Lipton, Senior Partner at Dickinson Wright, is an absolute superman, and I cannot wait to have him on the program. I also got to chat a bit with regulators Birgitte Sand (Danish Gambling Authority) and Peter Bernhard (Nevada Gaming Commission), both of whom naturally possess premium regulatory insight. Paul Burns, the vice president of the Canadian Gaming Association, is a really cool guy, and I am very happy that he was on our Canadian poker radio show Poker EH! just a few days ago.

    Another person whom I had the pleasure of meeting for the first time, after having known him for a while via QJ, was Joe Brennan Jr., Chairman of iMEGA, and a badass to boot. Brennan was one of the higher-profile guests we had on the program in the days right after Black Friday. We tried getting him on more recently to talk about New Jersey’s developments, but conflicting scheduling never allowed it. Therefore, I was very happy to shake his hand at iGNA and remind him personally that he is due on the show! Getting to meet Joe Brennan Jr. turned out to be one of the most memorable moments of the conference. In fact, he gets his very own highlight in the next section.


    When asked for suggestions for next year while filling out the post-conference survey, I could only think of “Put Joe Brennan Jr. on every panel.” His back-to-back panel magnificence deserved special mention.

    For some reason that may have more to do with protecting the other attendees than the thinly veiled suppression I’m about to subtly imply later, Brennan was appointed as a panelist to the two dead-last sessions of the entire conference on Day 3, by which time much of the crowd had already dispersed.

    Brennan’s first panel appearance was on Debate: The DOJ Has Spoken – Who Wins and Who Loses? The panel was made up by Brennan, Katie Lever of ShuffleMaster, and Bryce Geoffrey of Lock Gaming Group, all of whom were supposed to be of differing opinions for the spirit of the “debate.” Lever and Geoffrey both presented their positions eloquently, but Brennan was ultimately the star.

    Brennan is a fierce defender of the rights – and abilities – of individual states to pursue online gaming legislation, and he articulates his arguments with great intelligence and confidence. Although the virtues of intrastate gaming were not wholly neglected throughout the conference, the Caesarean doctrine of federalization pervaded pretty strongly, and it didn’t seem fair that someone like Jonathan Halkyard could make such a sweeping generalization undermining “the states” without someone like Joe being given a chance to stick up for them. Unfortunately, while the landlord’s emissary got dibs on the keynote address, Mr. Brennan’s contrarianism was relegated to the second-to-last session, with only a fraction of the overall attendees there to witness him. But those who did must have appreciated his manner, because once the voting was turned over to the spectators, he “won” the debate by an extremely wide margin.

    I thought I had seen the best of Brennan, but then began the session titled Legalized Online Sports Betting – In Our Lifetime? The industry must consider this highly unlikely, because the whole thing was assigned to the very end of the program. And yet this turned out to be one of the most interesting and entertaining sessions of the entire conference, entirely due to the performances of Brennan, and he who would quickly become his forensical nemesis: television personality, and former Libertarian vice-presidential candidate, Wayne Allyn Root.

    The panel was actually made up of four people, but Brennan and Root managed to shut everyone else out. It couldn’t be denied that Root was an energetic and charismatic speaker. He immediately opened with a strongly-worded denouncement of the hypocrisies of the anti-sportsbetting crowd. By the time he was finished, he had earned what I’m pretty sure was the first (and last) genuine mid-session ovation by the audience.

    It looked like Root had replaced Brennan as the most popular kid in school, but that reign was to last only until the moment Brennan opened his mouth again. It was the beginning of a great rhetorical rivalry not seen since Bentsen and Quayle.

    Although both Brennan and Root were without a doubt supporters of liberalized sportsbetting, the men differed bitterly in their arrivals to this position. Root was interesting to listen to, but he depended a great deal on platitudes, and these were not given any chance to register with the audience before Brennan effectively pointed out how short-sighted, and wrong, they really were. The best example of this was when Root invoked one of the easiest and most exploitable forms of populism, attributing all the world’s problems to the greed and corruption of those in political power. Brennan, who has worked closely, and successfully, with politicians of every stripe, urged the audience not to “shit” on the politicians (yes, he said it), for they were instrumental in bringing about any sort of progress, and then he illustrated the complexities of the current political landscape in a way which made Root’s static view of it seem quite foolish.

    The culmination of the men’s mutual resentment came when Root pointed to Brennan and told the audience, “I’ve only known this guy for five minutes!” Brennan’s contempt was obvious, but he couldn’t have kept cooler as he returned with, “It will be a brief relationship.” In the context of the men’s prior sparring, this was hilarious. The crowd roared.

    QuadJacks – Monday, March 19, 2012

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      Great report, I feel like I was there. I also must say, sir, I think I have a crush on your writing.

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