Online Poker Sites Switching Networks
By Staff
Curacao-licensed online poker site Gutshot.com has announced that it has changed its network from Microgaming to Cake Poker citing ‘timing and technical’ issues.

An official announcement appeared on Gutshot.com yesterday and comes only a day after MansionPoker.com revealed that it had left the Ongame Network for iPoker.

“Due to circumstances of a timing and technical nature, Gutshot.com will not be able to launch on the Cake Network until Wednesday, [the] 8th of October,” read a statement from Gutshot.com.

“In respect of the Microgaming situation, we are not in a position to make any real comment other than the room is now closed and all player balances have been transferred to Cake.”

It is not yet known how the move will affect the site’s official tournament schedule but Gutshot.com is still offering members a $175,000 Guaranteed tournament every Sunday with a buy-in of $65. The competition offers unlimited rebuys for the first hour with blind levels lasting for 15 minutes.

In addition to its flagship site at CakePoker.com, Cake Poker’s network includes BetUS.com, KingMidasPoker.com, PlayersOnly.com, Sportsbook.com, Pokerbilly.com, CityPoker.com and Lockpoker.com. The network includes shareable hand histories where players can create a web link to any hand on the network and send it to their friends alongside gold cards and chips used to reward punters.
 
 
 
 
 
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