Texas Hold'em

Bill

Active Member
#3
There's a Casino on the Ferry from montevideo to BA where I'm sure they'll play any game with you if you've got money and are willing to give it up. You can also renew your tourist visa at the same time.
I would be quite amused to hear the policia busted an unlicensed gambling anything. Prostitution is also illegal from what I hear. Not sure about driving around with your lights off or selling bootleg DVD's though.
 
#4
"Bill" said:
I would be quite amused to hear the policia busted an unlicensed gambling anything. Prostitution is also illegal from what I hear. Not sure about driving around with your lights off or selling bootleg DVD's though.
Prostitution is not a crime in Argentina (according to Article 19 of the Constitution), but it is illegal to solicit. As for bootleg DVDs, there's a roaring traffic in them: there's no dividing line between legal and illegal in Argentina.
For more on prostitution in Argentina:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/2136564.stm
 
#5
"bigbadwolf" said:
I would be quite amused to hear the policia busted an unlicensed gambling anything. Prostitution is also illegal from what I hear. Not sure about driving around with your lights off or selling bootleg DVD's though.

Prostitution is not a crime in Argentina (according to Article 19 of the Constitution), but it is illegal to solicit. As for bootleg DVDs, there's a roaring traffic in them: there's no dividing line between legal and illegal in Argentina.
For more on prostitution in Argentina:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/2136564.stm
Eff that news piece, if you want to read about prostitution in argentina go to argentinaprivate.com
 
#6
"Bill" said:
There's a Casino on the Ferry from montevideo to BA where I'm sure they'll play any game with you if you've got money and are willing to give it up. You can also renew your tourist visa at the same time.
I would be quite amused to hear the policia busted an unlicensed gambling anything. Prostitution is also illegal from what I hear. Not sure about driving around with your lights off or selling bootleg DVD's though.
This is no laughing matter Bill, the law is the law and not respecting it is simply wrong. You're remarks are also highly questionable and could easily be interpreted as soliciting for unlicensed gambling which ofcourse is illegal in Argentina and can have Serious! consequences. Ojo ehhh