Rounders Row Joins the Poker Pros Network

Last month, the developer of the Poker Pros Network, CMK Interactive Systems S.A., added Rounders Row to its group of online poker rooms. Rounders Row was previously part of the Everleaf Network.

quot;We are pleased to announce that we are joining the Poker Pros Network,quot; said Rounders Row representative Zane Smith. quot;PPN’s low rake schedule and speedy cash-outs provide us the foundation to build the player-friendly poker room we are striving for.quot;

quot;We are merging Patriots of Poker and Raise and Fold into Rounders Row, and will be aggressively pursuing the acquisition of other online poker rooms and their assets to expand the Poker Pros Network player base’, he added.

Poker Pros CEO Chuck Kidd said, quot;Written using the latest technology, our platform has the capability to deliver what others can’t, quickly interfacing additional rooms and marrying them with the same unique cashier system.quot;

All online poker rooms within the portal, except for, use one cashier and require one registration from players. This is combination with a variety of payment methods make this a convenient way to play poker online. With the Poker Pros Network platform, several online poker rooms are featured as well as free-play, subscription-base, exclusive micro-limit, real-money and live dealer options.

Everleaf Gaming ceased operations in the US, France, and Malta earlier this year. This has sent many of their online poker rooms off to search for new platforms.

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