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Equity Poker Network Follows Full Flush Poker Ceases Services in Regulated States

Equity Poker Network Follows Full Flush Poker - Ceases Services in Regulated States

Yesterday the flagship poker site from the Equity Poker Network, Full Flush Poker, announced that they would no longer offer real money games to Americans residing inside regulated US states and now the Equity Poker Network have decided to do the same they announce in a press release.

Equity Poker Network thus follows the same move as Winning Poker Network did recently and Merge Network did a while ago, to stop offering real money games to regulated states. This means that players cannot register new accounts from Delaware, New Jersey and Nevada and existing accounts will be closed down, with the ability to do an expedited cash out from the site they are playing on.

None of the operators on the Equity Poker Network will be allowed to take in players from these three states and should more states get regulated in the future, EPN will most likely also cease their activities there.

“Our players are our number one priority, but playing fair is also central to our ethos. We believe this decision is in the best interests of the Network and its Operators to add and adhere to this Rule, given the availability of regulated poker in these U.S. states,” said an EPN Spokesperson.

“We take great pride in delivering our recreational poker community with reliable access to our EPN poker rooms. Our goal is to ensure that they continue to enjoy a fun and safe time at EPN’s tables with every confidence and trust.”

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