Online Poker Payouts for US Customers in Just Two Days?

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Patrick Flanigan
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Online Poker Payouts for US Customers

There has been a lot of talk related to the limited payment processing options available to online poker sites and payouts taking upwards of a month for US players.

Over the summer, rooms that still cater to US players have been scrambling to find new solutions in the wake of higher demand left behind as a result of PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker and exiting the market.

Some customers recently reported something we haven’t seen in well over 6 months, payouts coming within three days of making a request.

This is true for all the Internet poker rooms operating on the small but formidable Yatahay Network, home to True Poker and’s online card room. 

“How are the cashouts on True Poker?” asked one poster.

“The last one I did took 2 days which was the beginning of July,” another poster responded

“Got my check at my door is 6 days last week,” another poster noted this week. 

The only negative feedback related to DoylesRoom and other sites on the Yatahay Network relates to the limited traffic for grinders and higher stakes games, which many believe will pick up dramatically in the coming months, especially with limited competition. 

To be clear, the poker rooms that operate on this network advertise 7 to 14 business day payouts.  Perhaps they’ll soon be able to advertise under 7 days.

- Patrick Flanagan,

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