• Changes with Doyles Room Online Poker

    29 January 2009

    Newspaper

    There are many changes in our online gaming industry these days, and Doyles Room Online Poker is one of those to make a change, by changing over to Cake Poker Network software. This will allow players from all over the globe to enter DoylesRoom Online Poker, to play poker games and tournaments.

    This has to be one of the smartest moves in the online gaming industry, by expanding to allow players wherever the web can be found. Not only that, but the new software Doyles Room is sporting, is user friendly, easy on the eyes and fun to play with. Find out what they have to offer by visiting our Doyles Room Online Poker page.

    Another subject of change is about a bit of information concerning Rival Gaming and their pulling out of Canada:
    Canadian players will no longer be able to play at any of the Rival Gaming software branded online sites, starting February 1, 2009. Canadian players will have until the 28th of February 2009, to take out any cash holdings in these Rival Gaming sites.

    There is no need to worry too much if you live in Canada, because we have plenty more places for you to find your online gaming fun on our Online Casino Bonuses page. Just choose from most any of the new non-Rival Gaming casinos, and have some fun.

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