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PokerView Moves to Merge From Everleaf Poker Network: Offers $4 Mil Tourney

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Sep/12/2011
PokerView Moves to Merge

PokerView.com switches networks, will be down September 13

PokerView.com, which began on the Everleaf Poker Network earlier this year, is making the switch to Merge Gaming on Tuesday (September 13, 2011).

The company is the latest to switch online poker networks in so many weeks.

PokerView also disclosed it will be offering a $4 million tournament, something not currently available on the Merge Network. 

PokerView.com also currently accepts US customers, including new registrants.  Company representatives have suggested that new US customers will still be permitted to join the online poker room even after they make the switch.  Merge Gaming, however, continues to block new US registrants.  They were expected to begin allowing new US customers very shortly though no exact date has been provided. 

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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