US players will again be able to play on the DoylesRoom

The DoylesRoom poker room sent an e-mail to its customers two weeks ago, they mention that "major changes" would happen soon. Today, the poker site announced it moved at Cake Poker Network and it will start to accept US players.
DoylesRoom was formerly part of the Microgaming network. But when Microgaming has decided to ban US players (November 2008), DoylesRoom was already looking for a new network. He found what he was looking at Cake Poker.

"We wanted to offer our players a rewarding adventure to play," said Doyle Brunson, 10 time winner of a WSOP bracelet. ' ""The liquidity and integrity associated with Cake Poker Network made him an easy choice for our new partnership."

To celebrate its revival, the site will host a $5,000 freeroll on 31 January next to 5 pm, Eastern time. The next day, DoylesRoom will host a NLHE tournament with a $ 100000 guaranteed. The price of entry for this tournament will be $ 162.

All balances and all the "loyalty points" of all the players will be transferred to the new network. Loyalty points will be now known as the "Gold Chips".

Although the site will again accept US players, it will still not possible to residents of Washington, Louisiana, Kentucky or any other place where prohibited by law, to play on this room.

The Cake Poker network launched in 2004, quickly became one of the major poker networks. It is now ranked fourth in terms of play and movement - behind PokerStars, Full Tilt, and Cereus - among all poker networks that accept US players.

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