Just watched "Blackfish" & I must say that Online Poker reminds me of the Orca entertainment industry with Pokerstars playing the role of Seaworld, poker-players playing the role of the Orca, and "losing" poker-players playing the role of the fish.
Online poker-players are separated from their loved ones at a relatively early age and end up spending a large amount of their waking hours being induced to perform tricks with the promise of fish.
They then spend their nights locked up in their own loneliness with nothing but fish and a relentless grind to look forward to the following day.
In time they start to become aggressive towards one another and eventually some will go on to a form of psychosis and start to attack their masters and hence the industry itself.
Afterall, free fish is a poor compensation for loss of loved ones, loss of freedom and the requirement to perform tricks all day long.