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I cant figure out how to play pokerstars at my school. The computers wont let you download anything. The proxys only get me to the pokerstars website but i cant download the game software. Does any1 know how to let the game download, or know a website where u dont need a download?
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You cant download because the school isnt letting you, and for a good reason if you spend the time studying instead of playing games you would have more time to play game at home.
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just to add to scott's reply

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