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Users of the platform claim anti-consumer practices. According to a conversation that has started in the 2+2 poker forums, partypoker may be trying to trick users. A thread in the forum asserts that the online poker site is misleading uninformed players and possibly conducting anti-consumer practices. The thread targets how partypoker manages prize pool guarantees
PartyPoker is gearing up with promotions for its upcoming Summer Monster Series, but players noticed a discouraging difference compared to past events. The guaranteed prize pools are notably lower as the platform appears to be scaling back the tournaments this time around. The reason behind the reduced guarantees is easy to see – PartyPoker’s last
Sam Greenwood has had an incredible year at the felt. After winning $1.3 million at the Caribbean Poker Party festival, he has now won $1.2 million at the LIVE MILLIONS Grand Final in Barcelona. He overcame incredible odds at the Super High Roller (SHR) tournament to win first place, bouncing back from holding only one
Patrik Antonius hasn’t been seen in poker circles as often as before, only occasionally participating in a Super High roller event or in a tournament close to his home in Monaco. This reclusive position looks like it’s set to change, though, as he’s spent more time on Instagram and Twitter, posting about his tournament schedule,
While PokerStars used to be synonymous with online poker in so many ways, lately it seems like the tables are being flipped. Several well-known players, such as Jason Mercier and Vanessa Selbst, dropped their relationships with the site, and others have decided to embrace PartyPoker. The shift continues with one of Germany’s best high rollers,
Jason Koon’s poker career is booming. Ranked 57th on poker’s All Time Money List, Koon boasts more than $10 million in live winnings, $3.5 million of which were added just this year. To top it off, Partypoker picked up Koon this week and added him to their Player’s Advisory Council. Koon joins fellow top-earning poker