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Three different poker clubs have closed in the Dallas area since 2017, ever since law enforcement began to crack down on them. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has declined to give an opinion on the legality of these clubs. He's citing the fact that two clubs in San Antonio and Austin are facing lawsuits, and his office does not comment on an issue that is the subject of pending litigation. "There's a lot of risk to it. I quit a job to come here and give it my full potential and we took that risk to make this one work," Ryland said. But for now, these clubs are going all in on what they believe is a legal business model. "We've put lots of money.
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