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Victor Chandler Poker Moves House:

What Happens When An Online Room Changes Network?

by Brendan Murray |  Published: Feb 01, 2011

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Last month one of Europe’s largest and longest established online poker rooms moved house. Victor Chandler Poker decided it was time for a change of scenery and migrated its players from the iPoker network to the up-and-coming Swedish-headquartered Entraction network – home of the successful European Masters of Poker tour. While it’s not unusual for online poker sites to move to a new software provider, Victor Chandler Poker is among an elite, experienced group of sites which have done it more than once — in 2007 it moved from the much-loved Tribeca network when Tribeca was sold to iPoker owner, Playtech. However the issue of migrating from one poker network to another is not one which generally receives a lot of media attention. Like an iceberg, most of the migration is hidden away from public view with only the tip (new client, new offers) visible to players. In this insightful ...


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