iPoker Split to Take Place on September 4th

As the iPoker network comes closer to implementing new liquidity pools, PokerUpdate can confirm some of the finer details regarding the split.
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iPoker Split to Take Place on September 4th

PokerUpdate can confirm that the eagerly anticipated iPoker split has been confirmed to take place on Tuesday, September 4th.

The iPoker network have also revealed that the first audit to determine which liqudity pool each room will fall under, is set to take place tomorrow, September 1st. The results of the audit will be communicated to each card room, seperately, on September 2nd.

In accordance to the results of the audit, iPoker will create two liquidity pools of the network’s cash tables and SNG’s offering, on September 4th 2012, as follows:

 

Cash Tables:

a.       Only regular network cash tables will be included in the split.

b.      All “Speed variants” (i.e. Speed Hold’em / Speed Omaha/ etc.), are excluded from the partition, and will remain on a network wide liquidity share base.

c.       All NLH HU tables, from 0.02/0.04 and above, in all currencies.

d.      NLH 6-Max tables, from 0.01/0.02 up to 2/4, in all currencies.  

e.      NLH Full Ring tables, from 0.01/0.02 up to 1/2, in all currencies.  

f.        All other cash tables which are not mentioned in clauses “c” to “e”, will be fully shared across the entire network.

 

SNG’s:

a.       Only regular network SNG’s will be included in the split.

b.      Jackpot SNG’s, promotional related SNG’s, and satellite SNG’s will remain on a network wide liquidity share.

c.       All NLH HU SNG’s will be partitioned, up to a buy-in level of $30 / €30 / £30 (fees included).

d.      All NLH 6/9 players SNG’s will be partitioned up to a buy-in level of $10 / €10 / £10 (fees included).

e.      All other SNG’s which are not mentioned in clauses “c” and “d”, will be fully shared across the entire network.

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