Weekly Roundup March 14 2014
Lock Poker Skin Launches Using Superwins Brand
A new Lock Poker skin launched this week. It is known as Superwins.eu. The site shares many cash games and tournaments with Lock Poker. Superwins and Lock Poker support both claim that the two sites have different owners. Superwins also states that is has its own cashier.
One interesting absence from the Superwins cashier is Skrill. Lock Poker lost its ability to process Skrill deposits last year. The lack of Skrill in the Superwins cashier has left players wondering why it would not offer one of the most popular ewallets in the world.
Superwins shares its gaming license with Lock Poker. The Superwins SSL is registered to Lock Poker. These are just a few of the similarities. Superwins is a site we suggest avoiding until Lock Poker has cleared its backlog of late withdrawal requests estimated to be over $900,000, according to the latest player reports at Two Plus Two compiled by user IHasTehNutz.
Online Poker Revenue Declines in Delaware and New Jersey
Online poker revenue declined in Delaware and New Jersey in February. Delaware poker revenue posted a loss of 14 percent over January. New Jersey online poker posted a loss of 9 percent in February over the previous month. Party Poker/Borgata maintained its number one position in the market. Betfair continues to be irrelevant in the New Jersey poker market, reporting rake of just $7 in February.