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(KSL News) -- Prosecutors and police in Salt Lake County are taking a hard stance against poker.
Tournaments are becoming an increasingly popular marketing tool to get people inside private clubs. But law enforcement wants people to know those poker games are often illegal.
How can you tell? The game is considered gambling if players are risking something, if the game includes some element of chance,and if players stand to gain something of value.