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Genting poker venues.
« on: September 14, 2020, 14:04:09 PM »
What's up y'all.

I know it's been tough these last month's with all live poker at a standstill and all the consequences of the same.

With Genting announcing the closure of all of its poker rooms, I was just wondering what plans are in the process for 2021 when things start to return to normal. I know all the backroom guys n gals here are probably working hard to plan stuff since the Genting annoucement.


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« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2020, 18:48:54 PM »
I believe it's still a game of wait and see - far from out of the woods yet - especially regarding live poker.
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« Reply #2 on: February 24, 2021, 14:00:43 PM »
 I ran into the same problem. During the coronavirus, all my casinos were closed, and now I'm out of poker. But recently, a friend of mine read an article about the top 10 online casinos. I didn't want to try it at first, because I only play poker to boost my adrenaline, and that doesn't happen online, I thought. Despite this, I still decided to try to make a deposit in ethrollcasino and play for a couple of dollars. When i did it, I experienced the same emotions as playing in a real casino. So if you are also experiencing a problem playing in an online casino, then you now know for sure that this is not the case, because you will get great emotions.
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