Professional online poker player Robert Fellner is seen on the roof of his Las Vegas apartment building Tuesday. Fellner, who left his job at a New Jersey dry cleaners four years ago to move to play online poker professionally, has seen his bankroll grow to $280,000. But since the government essentially shut down the poker industry with a prosecution against executives of the main companies, Fellner and others like him worry they'll never see their money again. (Associated Press)

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Professional online poker player Robert Fellner is seen on the roof of his Las Vegas apartment building Tuesday. Fellner, who left his job at a New Jersey dry cleaners four years ago to move to play online poker professionally, has seen his bankroll grow to $280,000. But since the government essentially shut down the poker industry with a prosecution against executives of the main companies, Fellner and others like him worry they'll never see their money again. (Associated Press)