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  • Doyles Room Poker; Back In The Saddle Again

    Monday, February 2nd, 2009 by t2admin

It was a moment of complexity and nervous anticipation for both members of DoylesRoom.com and the online poker room itself; awaiting the transition to a whole new online poker network. With the integration complete and the dust given time to settle, it is now obvious that Doyles Room is officially back in the saddle again.

The switch from long-time poker software provider Microgaming was an easy decision for the online poker room, which sought valiantly to regain the loyal membership of so many former US customers. Customers that were forcibly lost when the Microgaming Network chose to discontinue acceptance of US players back in 2008.

DoylesRoom management spent long hours meticulously examining its options in search of a new, admirable online poker network that they deemed worthy of the Doyles Room brand and its multitude of dedicated members. That search ended with the CakePoker Network.

Last week, the transition began as Doyles Room was converted from the old Microgaming Poker Network to the new Cake Poker Network. The online poker room set forth immediately with promotional campaigns to celebrate the new software integration, including a $5,000 Freeroll open to any and all, no points or VIP status required. Simply downloading and installing the new Cake Poker software from DoylesRoom would grant free entry to the tournament.

Now, as the software has been in place for more than a week, players seem to be more relaxed and at ease about the whole situation. The nerves are soothed, the anxiety of potential glitches to come have ceased. DoylesRoom.net is once again a top contender for US players who wish to play online poker in a safe, secure and exciting atmosphere.

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