In a multibillion-dollar trade dispute with the United States over Internet gambling, the twin island nation of Antigua and Barbuda has defied the odds makers and pushed the envelope of international trade law. But is it time to play the board?

This ongoing trade dispute, waged under the auspices of the World Trade Organization (WTO), has had the flavor of a David versus Goliath encounter for the past five years, with David (Antigua) seemingly on the side of the angels.

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