Lock Poker, part-owner of the Revolution Network, has made its new P2P transfer changes public amidst a hail of player complaints and negative publicity on online forums over the existing rules. Shane Bridges, PR rep for Lock, posted the new P2P rules on the Lock dedicated section of the 2+2 Forum. In the post, Bridges annouces that Lock Poker will be adopting a 15% gross gambling revenue cutoff on all transfered money. That means that for every $1000 transferred between Lock players the beneficiary must rake $150 for the poker room before any withdrawals can be made. The 15% rake rule is similar to that one found in other online rooms.
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