Joined: May '08
Age: 58 (M)
PS, FT and the parent company behind the two poker rooms has been sold to the Amaya Gaming Group Inc. for nearly 5 billion bucks. In the past Amaya had bought the remnants of the 0ngame network. There are lots of rumors this move could open a path for the return of the two poker rooms into the US market.
Joined: May '13
Age: 31 (M)
Wow holy crap, 5 billion is a lot of money and the wind of the poker world is changing as this will surely have an impact on some players and other rooms will try to take advantage of it. There are uncertainty in the air. Would be great if they go back in the US, there will be more players and field would be larger and we could make better monies. Pokerstars will stay number one if this happens. Anyway business as usual for me!
Joined: Aug '10
Age: 51 (M)
I hope they delete the suckout machine and sold only the poker rooms...But i´m not sure, is the message true or not and what does it mean for this two poker rooms in the nearly future? But a comeback for the player of the us market sounds nice and give the online poker a new push.
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 45 (F)
Never thought that i will see this coming. Not after they bought Full Tilt. Maybe they saw some shaking into the future of poker, and decided to sell. As they say better five in your hand than ten and wait.