Equity Poker Network has just launched its first online poker skin, Full Flush Poker.
The newly launched network offers only play chips tables, plus a $500 freeroll on Sundays during the initial ‘soft launch’. Real money play will be made available to players from all over the world including the U.S.
The Equity Poker Network is being billed as a ‘non-profit’ online poker network, where all the revenue will be redistributed to its operators. A ‘shark tax’ will be paid to those skins that bring in new players and its ‘Clearing House’ will provide funds to cover cross-operator reconciliation payments.
Equity Poker Network founder, Clive Archer, told PokerFuse: “[The network] operates on the basis of a fixed fee of $10,000 per month and this is used to pay for the operation of the network. The cooperative means that the members of the network make up the management committee which runs the network with voting power based on what volume they have of the network’s business.”
The latest press release makes mention of a number of well-established operators whom are signed on to become a part of the Equity Poker Network, but does not reveal when real money play will go-live.
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