Thursday July 19, 2012 : ROUNDER'S ROW ONLINE POKER SITE FINDS NEW NETWORK
Former Everleaf skin switches to PPN
Rounders Row online poker room has departed the embattled Everleaf network and found a new home with Poker Pros Network, owned by CMK Interactive Systems S.A. out of Costa Rica.
"We are pleased to announce that we are joining the Poker Pros Network," said Rounders Row spokesman Zane Smith. "PPN's low rake schedule and speedy cash-outs provide us the foundation to build the player-friendly poker room we are striving for."
Poker Pros CEO Chuck Kidd said that the PPN used the latest available technology, and had both the capacity and capability to integrate additional skins working through a common cashier system.
Online poker rooms on the PokerProsNetwork.eu portal utilise one cashier – MyPaylinQ Inc.- with a one-time registration and several depositing options, including credit cards. The licensed financial services provider claims that all player and operating accounts are segregated and secure.
The Poker Pros Network platform offers players multiple online poker rooms, including free-play, subscription-base, exclusive micro-limit, real-money and live dealer options.
Smith said his company planned to merge its other assets, Patriots of Poker and Raise and Fold, into Rounders Row, and will be aggressively pursuing the acquisition of other online poker rooms and their assets to expand the Poker Pros Network player base.
Earlier this year, Everleaf Gaming shut down all operations in the US, France, and Malta, leaving players unpaid . Since then, several of its online poker rooms have been seeking a new platform.
In addition to CMK Interactive and the PPN, Chuck Kidd owns payment processors PayLinQ and the at one time controversial PIC Club. He broke away from the Cake Poker Network late 2011, saying that he was developing a proprietary software platform for his poker operations.