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DoylesRoom Cash Outs Taking Between Just 7 and 14 Days (US Customers)

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jun/27/2011
DoylesRoom Cash Outs

In the world of online poker, 7 to 14 days for cash outs are pretty good and that’s what DoylesRoom.ag is now advertising.

As widely reported, some of the online poker networks have been tied down by payment processing issues and backlogs, a result of three major card rooms exiting the US market and player demand vs. limited supply. 

Granted there was a time when some online gambling sites can pay customers within a few hours time.  In the current environment, 7 to 14 weeks to receive a check is considered pretty good for US customers (actually these days might be considered great)

DoylesRoom.ag recently upgraded its software platformand customers have expressed mostly positive feedback.

The online poker room will be aggressively promoting the upcoming Punta Cana Poker Classic for this November and it could become one of the biggest tournaments of the year.  Gambling911.com will be there covering the event. 

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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