The Revolution Gaming Network has made headlines for the wrong reasons in its short period of existence. The largest United States facing network and home of Lock Poker has been accused of slow cash out times and non-payment to affiliates. Now, a Revolution skin, Adameve Poker, has decided to suspend withdrawals and segregate player pool over issues regarding the network.
Adameve Poker’s recent decisions have risen from the lack of reconciliation payments from the Revolution Gaming networks. The skin explained that the suspension of withdrawal and player segregation will be in effect until the network pays “all due settlements with AdamevePoker”. Despite the suspension of withdrawal and player segregation, the poker skin operator has assured the safety of all player deposits and the continued operation of the website. The player segregation will begin on 2 April 2013 and the suspension of withdrawal has already taken effect.
The Adameve Poker fallout has been another notch in the ongoing saga of the Revolution Gaming Network. Recently, the network introduced Fair Play Technology to separate recreational players from the highly skilled players. This segregation was intended to create solid poker ecology.
However, the network has continued to come under fire for its lack of communication with withdrawals and payments such as the one owed to Adameve Poker. Players in the TwoPlusTwo forum have continued the barrage of complaints and negative comments. The network has even drawn the ire of non-United States players who have a high balance on the flagship skin, Lock Poker. Given the plethora of issues, many players have decided to move onto other sites, although the site remains popular in the United States.