Equity Poker Network withdraws from US markets

full-flush-pokeriGaming Business – The Equity Poker Network has announced that its FullFlushPoker.com flagship online poker room has withdrawn the full suite of online real-money gaming options for players in the regulated US states of New Jersey, Delaware and Nevada.

Players in the three regulated markets will be notified of the change in policy and have their accounts closed.

Players with existing Full Flush Poker accounts in the three states will be able to access their accounts to close out their balance.

FullFlushPoker.com said it would work quickly with players to return their funds.

The decision became effective on May 22.

In a statement, FullFlushPoker.com said: “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.

“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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