Dusk Till Dawn, Nottingham to Become a Poker Venue

The owner of Dusk till Dawn in Nottingham, Rob Yong took to Twitter to show his followers the live gambling tables which had been taken out of the venue. By waiving the blackjack and roulette tables, the element of the casino has surely been removed from the venue. This implies that Dusk Till Dawn is to turn to a dedicated poker card club.

Yong talked about his decision to take out these gambling tables on various social media platforms and said that the vacated floors space is going to be substituted with a sports bar. He also indicated that UK Gambling regulations involved different issues for them to continue with it.

He paraphrased his vlog and said he had opened the venue specifically for poker and they were not sure about having live games there. He said, “Analysis since the live gaming went in, shows the cash games went down. So we are going with the strategy of keeping the money in the poker economy.”

He feels that this is going to be a popular decision and having a list of customers coming back whom they thought they have lost through self-exclusion can prove to be really great.

Less of Blast at 888Poker

888poker made changes to Blast, the Sit & Go poker game. In previous times, in regards to 4-handed poker games, 888poker joined its rival sites to turn all lottery style games to 3-handed poker.

Blast is popular among players because it provides them to play for a certain prize-pool. Another new change is in regards to the payout structure. It will turn bottom-heavy. Thus, the probability of land prizes will be truncated.

In the meantime, the live festival of 888poler in London has come to an end this week. The main event concluded at a pleasing note with £1,100 entry tournament winner, Adrian-Eugen Constantin, who was an online qualifier. He had won the seat for only €33 through an online satellite.

He is a well-deserved winner of the first prize of £100,000. He had a great run at the final entry those saw518 entries. According to reports, the 41-year old survived every 6 all-in showdowns against Leon Louis, the runners-up from Britain who had 90% chips in the heads-up play. Unfortunately, he had to settle for second. However, his prize of £69,770 is bigger in comparison to £50,000 that he had won previously.

Bonus Players of Coral Poker have Tough Days Ahead

In case you are a loyal player of Coral Poker with bonus balances, Poker points, free spins, or golden chips, there might be some bad news for you. This UK betting brand has told the player through email that they switching the player of the portal to the Partypoker network and the existing bonus of the players are going to be removed if they didn’t remove it until Wednesday. However, Partypoker will have bigger tournaments as there will be more players. This is a little surprising as Coral, as well Partypoker is owned by GVC.

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