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Lock Poker Kicked off the Revolution Network?

Posted on October 30, 2013 | Comments Off on Lock Poker Kicked off the Revolution Network?

The troubles continue for once glorified USA poker site Lock Poker. Lock Poker has made the claim they decided to move to their own network as a result of the payment issues associated with the Revolution Poker Network but just the opposite may be true.

For months players, and ourselves, have experienced very slow payments from Lock Poker. The slow payments actually had prompted USALegalPoker to de-list Lock Poker as an approved USA poker site. Lock stated they were moving to their own network in order to provide customers a faster cashier which would allow them to make payments quicker. We have now learned that in fact, Lock Poker may have been “kicked off” the Revolution Network because of their financial uncertainty.

Players who login to the old Lock Poker software will be redirected to the poker site Pure Poker while if you go to the Lock Poker homepage you will be promoted to download new software which deletes the revolution software and installs new software that runs on their proprietary network. We do not have a  lot of information regarding Pure Poker and do not recommend players to sign up. Instead see our listing of recommended USA poker sites that are still in good standing here at USALegalPoker and the online poker community as a whole.

We are sure more information will come to light regarding this situation and as the dust settles we are are certain the truth will come out. In the mean time use any of our recommended poker sites that still allow USA players. We highly recommend Americas Card Room and PokerHost as both have been in business for over 10 years and offer a great poker experience. Claim a nice sign up bonus at either site and get your USA deposits approved and withdraws sent quickly. Both sites have a good history of on time payments and PokerHost has some of the fastest withdraws in the industry.

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