Many of you bloggers remember the first Grublog Classic poker tourney. The slot hoki Grub took it upon himself to find a site willing to give us a private tourney. He worked hard and got screwed.
Choice Poker basically stole all of our money. Once it was put in, no one was able to cash out. We were robbed.
It seems as though Choice Poker wants us all to make another bad choice. I received an email today, an email I’m sure many of you also received.
I won’t post the whole thing, but I’ll give you some details with my reaction:
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your patience and understanding while we searched for a solution to get Choice Poker back into action.
No patience, no understanding. I wrote you off. You stole money.
Although we apologize for the length of time it has taken to organize a final compensation package, please understand that the extra time was necessary to ensure that your interests and your current balance are fully protected.
Compensation package? This ought to be good. And isn’t it a relief to know are balances are fully protected? Bastards.
As part of the rescue package we have agreed that as soon as Choice Poker is re-opened on the ACR network, Choice Poker players with a current credit balance will have their credit balance restored in full and available for play as soon as we re-open.
Great, now I’ll finally be able to get my money back. It’s about damn time.
During this transition period Choice Poker players will be required to play “x” number of hands (on 1-2 games or higher) equivalent to their current credit balance before cashing out their credit balance. For example, if a Choice Poker player’s …