America’s Card Room Provides New Online Poker Site for US Players

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Sep/25/2011
America’s Card Room

Representatives from the Yatahay Online Poker Network announced today the re-launch of America’s Card Room on their poker network.  America’s Card Room was previously one of the premiere poker websites when it launched in May of 2001. It has now re-launched its website www.americascardroom.com and opened its doors to players in the US.

“We’re very excited about the addition of this trusted brand,” said a Yatahay spokesman.  “America’s Card Room was one of the original reputable online poker websites and we’re proud to have it be part of our network.  It’s one of the few card rooms that offers online poker to players in the US in a safe and secure environment.”

America’s Card Room is the latest skin to join the rapidly expanding Yatahay network since its major software upgrade in May of this year. The upgrade allowed for better multi-tabling options, higher guaranteed tournaments, and a wider variety of promotions.

America’s Card Room has also signed on as an official sponsor of the $500,000 Guaranteed Punta Cana Poker Classic, which Gambling911.com will be covering live.  It is now running satellites to the land based Texas Holdem event that takes place in the November in the Dominican Republic.

About America’s Card Room

America’s Card Room joined the Yatahay Network in 2011.   The Yatahay network has one of the longest and trusted online names in the industry and has been in existence since 2002. America’s Card Room accepts players from the US market and the rest of the world and is proud to offer outstanding customer service and a friendly environment for all poker players.

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