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About six months ago, Joe Callari, a psychology and business major at Missouri Southern State University, quit his job as a manager at a local Hastings store to take on a slightly more profitable venture ? playing online poker.

Callari said he makes $40 an hour in his new gig ? he sets his own hours and answers to no one ? and luck has nothing to do with it.

"It's not like I just go in there, throw in $100 and hope to win," he said. "It's an actual job."

Callari says he is responsible with his gambling. He pays taxes. He tracks his wins and losses using a spreadsheet. He understands the odds associated with the hand he's holding ? he throws, or rather clicks, his money in when he's got the best of it and keeps it when he doesn't.

But if the U.S. House of Representatives gets it way, people like Callari may be a thing of the past

Callari's not worried. He's done his homework, and he believes there will always be ways to wager online.

U.S. Rep. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., said he supported the bill because placing bets with credit cards, which he said is required to bet online, left Americans at the mercy of the offshore outlets that run most Internet gaming sites.

PlayersOnly, an online gambling service that advertises itself as the "world?s sexiest sportsbook," offers six ways to bet online, all of which involve the use of a credit card or electronic-cash transfer.

Point being, there will always be means of depositing money for online gamblers, or so Joe believes.

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