Lock Poker New Manager Writes Letter to Customers

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The primary reason I joined Lock Poker a few years ago was their unique vision and focus, that being the mandate of Player comes first.  Lock has always been about taking care of the players first, and what better way to do that than to give a player the ability to be heard and influence the future of the room. A voice into the product, marketing and communication. Today, that is a reality. As the new Poker Room Manager for Lock I will have the unprecedented opportunity to make sure that the player's voice is heard, and used to impact positive change for the room. 

Representing you all, the players, is not a responsibility that I take lightly. I want to make sure that you all are getting what you want and need from a poker room. With that in mind, I encourage anyone that has any feedback or ideas to reach out and contact me at pokermanager@lockpoker.com I promise to read each and every piece of feedback I receive, and while I cannot promise to reply to all of them, I will promise that every idea will be considered and at the very least reviewed by the executive.

I am really looking forward to all of the feedback (both positive and negative) and working with you all, the players, to make Lock Poker your room of choice. With help from you, we will be able to create an unparalleled online poker experience! You are the reason that this industry even exists. At Lock we understand and respect that.

All My Best,

Eric "Rizen" Lynch

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