Poker Players Alliance

The Poker Players Alliance (PPA) is a non-profit membership organization comprised of online and offline poker players. Their membership consists of enthusiasts from around the United States who have joined together to speak with one voice to promote the game and protect the right to play poker in all its forms. The PPA’s mission is to establish favorable laws that provide poker players with a secure, safe and regulated place to play. Through education and awareness the PPA will keep this game of skill, one of America’s oldest recreational activities, free from egregious government intervention and misguided laws.

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Headquarters
1325 G Street Northwest
Suite 500
Washington, District of Columbia 20005
 
Phone: (888) 448-4772
Website: theppa.org
Email: email@theppa.org
 
Upper Mgmt.:  Mr. Alfonse D'Amato, Chairman
Mr. Patrick Fleming, Director
Ms. Linda Johnson, Director
Mr. Drew Lesofski, Director of Grassroots and External Affairs
Mr. Rich Muny, Director
Mr. John Pappas, Executive Director
Other:  Mr. Randy Lau, Information Technology Manager
Mr. Dave McGoldrick, Member Relations Specialist
Mr. Bryan Spadaro, Director of Membership and PokerPAC
News Articles
Poker Players Alliance testifies during Michigan online poker hearing
8 Mar 2017
John Pappas, Executive Director of the PPA, spoke before the state's Senate Committee on Regulatory Reform in order to urge the passage of Senate Bill 203.
Michigan Senate Regulatory Reform Committee passes online gambling bill
8 Mar 2017
Senate Bill 203, sponsored by Sen. Mike Kowall, was passed by a 7-1 margin.
PPA advocates for iGaming regulation before Washington State Senate
18 Jan 2017
Executive Director of the Poker Players Alliance says state regulation would put Washington in control of internet gaming by corralling the unregulated market and turning it into a state-based industry that is safe and accountable.
Poker Players Alliance urges review of RAWA
11 Jan 2017
The PPA yesterday reacted to a commitment by Sen. Jeff Sessions, nominee to be the Attorney General of the U.S., to review the Department of Justice's position on the Wire Act.
Poker Players Alliance calls on PA's Senate to enact iGaming legislation
2 Nov 2016
The Poker Players Alliance made a statement last week reacting to the Pennsylvania House's vote on the local share tax bill that included language supporting iGaming, urging the Senate to take the next step.
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