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WSOP.com Opens Account Pre-Registration for Upcoming Interstate Network

WSOP.com and 888 Poker are quite confident that the approval process for their new software will go off without a hitch and as such, WSOP.com has sent out e-mails to players and published a press release announcing the opening of registration for new accounts. The WSOP.com software is being reviewed by the regulatory bodies of Delaware, Nevada, and New Jersey and if approved, New Jersey will finally share poker player liquidity with the other two states on the WSOP/888 network. The target date for the new interstate network to go live is May 1st. Last week, WSOP.com and 888 Poker announced that they submitted a new version of their software to regulators in the three states; the end result of the approval would be that the three states would be together on an interstate network. Delaware and Nevada joined forces in 2015, but New Jersey has been the holdout. And

Grand Poker Network Unavailable for Over a Month

When people – lawmakers, in particular – argue against regulating online gambling, point them to stories like this to show them why it is needed. Lightly trafficked online poker network, the Grand Poker Network, has been offline for about five weeks without any real indication as to when – or even if – it will be back up and running. There may be a happy ending to come, but right now, things don’t look particularly good for the network’s players. The Grand Poker Network is not a household name in poker. It is comprised of just a few sites: Grand Poker (also known as Dragon Room), VietBet.eu, 5Dimes.eu, Island Casino, and SportBet. Even when it was up, PokerScout listed it with fewer than 40 cash game players on most occasions. According to ProfessionalRakeback.com, players began having trouble connecting to the network on November 5th, 2017. Conversations with customer service resulted

iPoker Network Withdraws from Poland

The iPoker Network has withdrawn all of its member sites from the Polish online gaming market in response to new gambling regulations that took effect on April 1st. Some sites, like William Hill and bet365, already left the market in March, but now it is everybody. Things like this have been happening more and more over the last couple years, but word is that some of the poker rooms didn’t even warn their customers in advance, leaving many people searching for alternatives. Online poker had not technically been legal prior to the new regulations – only the lottery and online sports betting were allowed – but clearly sites were operating in Poland. Polish regulators to “diversify” the local market with the new laws, and by legalizing online casino games, poker, and bingo, as well as allowing poker tournaments to be held outside of casinos, it did to some extent, but

Winning Poker Network Moves to Weighted Contributed Rake Calculation

Just as people like to make changes to their lives and get a “fresh start” when the calendar page turns from December to January, so, often, do online poker rooms. The Winning Poker Network (WPN) announced Monday that starting today, January 3rd, 2017, its member rooms will adjust how raked hands are counted in order to calculate loyalty points. Gone is the “dealt hand” system and in is the “weighted contributed” method. In the previous, dealt hand method of calculating rake and loyalty points, rake in a cash game pot was attributed to every player who was simply dealt cards. For instance, if five players were dealt hole cards – regardless of how many players were actually seated (some could have been sitting out) – and the pot grew large enough to generate one dollar in rake, twenty cents in rake would be attributed to each player. This amount would

Is the 24-Hour Poker Network Poker Central Shutting Down?

Since it was founded in late 2015, the television channel Poker Central has been trying to find their way in a very difficult broadcasting world. Now news is emerging that, by the end of December, the channel allegedly may shut down its cable network broadcasting outlet. Per Kent Gibbons at Broadcasting and Cable Magazine, Poker Central has been having some difficulty getting on various broadcasting outlets around the country. The network had a partnership with Buckeye Broadband to broadcast the network in the Ohio region, but other outlets were either not willing to jump on board or were waiting until after the new year to go live with the channel (according to sources from Gibbons). Up to this time (and without the other programmers offering the network), the network had been doing decently reaching its fans through their Twitch channel and various streaming devices such as the Roku, Apple TV