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Full Flush Poker Withdrawing from Regulated U.S States

Full Flush Poker Withdrawing from Regulated U.S States

The flagship poker site for the relatively new Equity Poker Network, Full Flush Poker, announced that they will also withdraw from offering real money games to players from regulated states within the U.S. This means that effective immediately, players from Nevada, New Jersey and Delaware will no longer be able to register and play on the site, while existing customers will be able to cash out only.

The decision was made for the same reasons as Merge and the Winning Poker Network recently decided to leave the regulated markets, to avoid getting into trouble with US law as well as being penalized. The only site that accepts Americans that still offers unregulated games in these states is now Bovada.

Full Flush Poker have notified all of their customers through an email, where they inform them about the change in policies and that their account will be closed. All existing players will be paid out in full and will have expedited cash outs, to ensure that they will not have to wait a long time for their funds.

“We have taken this action in order to ensure that the vast majority of our customers, who do not reside in New Jersey, Nevada, or Delaware, continue to have access to our site and to enjoy playing the game that they love without disruption or inconvenience,” A spokesperson from Full Flush Poker said.

“Our priority still remains our players, and we’re proud to provide our loyal customers from around the globe with a fun and entertaining poker environment that they can trust, and that operates with the highest values of fairness, integrity and security.” 

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