Rounders Row is the Latest Poker Room to Find Shelter in Costa Rica

Rounders Row online poker site finds a new home in Costa Rica after leaving the troubled Everleaf network.

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Everleaf poker network isn’t enjoying the best of times, more and more poker rooms are departing the network in search for better horizons. The latest one is Rounders Row, which will now operate on Poker Pros Network owned by CMK Interactive Systems in full compliance with Costa Rican gambling laws.

Rounders Row representative, Zane Smith, had the following comments for Costa Rica gambling news: “We are pleased to announce that we are joining the Poker Pros Network. PPN’s low rake schedule and speedy cash-outs provide us the foundation to build the player-friendly poker room we are striving for.”

CEO at Poker Pros, Chuck Kidd, revealed that their network utilized the most advanced technology in addition to having enough capability and capacity to allow additional online poker sites in Costa Rica to join their network with common cashier system.

All internet poker sites on the PPN work through one cashier – MyPaylinQ Inc. which has a single registration and various deposit options including credit cards. The financial operator is fully license and ensures that all operating and player accounts are segregated and completely secure.

The PPN is able to provide poker enthusiasts with multiple internet poker sites, including free-play poker rooms, subscription-based sites, real-money and live dealer ones, and exclusive micro-limit poker rooms.

Zane Smith also revealed that Rounders Row is also planning to merge their other assets – Patriots of Poker and Raise&Fold – together with Rounders Row. The company also says it will acquire other internet poker sites and their existing assets in order to help expand the PPN player base.

Online poker operators are now leaving the Everleaf network, following the closure of all operations in France, USA, and Malta earlier this year. Not only did Everleaf shut down its operations, but they also left existing players unpaid.

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