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Full Flush Poker Takes Over IntegerPoker

Full Flush Poker Takes Over IntegerPoker

Full Flush Poker, the flagship poker room for the American friendly Equity Poker Network, has taken over IntegerPoker, they announced today in a press release. IntegerPoker was also a part of the Equity Poker Network, but focused mainly on the European market, unlike Full Flush Poker who focuses on the American market primarily.

With the addition of IntegerPoker into Full Flush Poker's portfolio of poker skins, they are now able to target a more wide player base. For the players of IntegerPoker it's also beneficial, as they will gain access to more network promotions, more tournaments with higher guaranteed prize pools as well as faster cash outs.

The transition from IntegerPoker to Full Flush Poker is set to take place today and means that all players from IntegerPoker will be able to login to Full Flush Poker's client and transfer their funds to the new site.

“The obvious synergy between our two brands has made the decision to take IntegerPoker’s players on board a ‘no-brainer’. It fits perfectly with our quest to further establish FFP as a global online poker room, with viable and healthy markets outside of the U.S. We’re excited to offer IntegerPoker’s players the complete Full Flush Poker experience, and we’re happy to welcome them to the family,” A spokesperson from Full Flush Poker said in a press release.

Full Flush Poker also noted that the acquisition has been done in good standing and that there has been no problems between the network and IntegerPoker. Full Flush Poker are very happy about the acquisition and to be able to promote a positive poker environment for players worldwide.  

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