The worst news to hit poker since the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act five years ago has just dropped like a bomb on the poker world, bringing back bad memories and costing many poker players a large portion of their bankrolls.
The U.S. Justice Department and the Federal Government have seized the domain names of the biggest poker sites in America – PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker and Absolute/UB Poker in a shock move. American players can no longer play on these sites. The ban has affected poker traffic worldwide which has dropped by a devastating 23% overnight according to the PokerScout tracking site.
Unabomber Poker Remains Open to Americans
Unabomber Poker will continue to accept U.S. customers and has been unaffected by the U.S. action taken against their rival sites. American players are still welcome to open accounts here and can play online without problems. In fact, traffic on the Cake Network where Phil Laak’s poker room is located has jumped by an incredible 20% overnight and is expected to continue to keep growing.
Get Back Online Today with a Great Rakeback Deal!
This is the perfect chance for players shut out from the major sites to try this exciting new poker room that still serves American players and is growing rapidly. Traffic can be expected to continue to climb as more and more players look to get back online to enjoy the game they love.