PartyPoker War on Bots Continues, Closes to Serbian Market

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Ace King
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PartyPoker continues to wage war on bots, this time resulting in the termination of 121 fraudulent accounts and $76,267 and €88,351 confiscated.

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In recent weeks partypoker has come under fire for their decision to remove the option to download hand histories and use HUDs. Many figures in the poker community have expressed their displeasure at what they say is a move that hinders the ability of players to conduct their own anti-cheating investigations. Now, it is plain to see for everyone that partypoker means business when it comes to unethical play.

This purge during July is only the most recent example of what they have unearthed. Between December 2018 and March 2019 277 bot accounts were discovered and banned leading to the confiscation of $734,852.15 that was returned to players. 94 more in April, 42 in May, and 67 in June prove that this is a serious effort to maintain the integrity of the games.

This move comes at a time when PartyPoker has decided to exit the Serbian market. 

And it's not just Serbia apparently.

It is believed that players in these nations are also being cut off: Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Serbia, South Korea and Vietnam.

- Ace King,