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Doyle's Room blocks U.S. players, offers transfers to Full Tilt

20 February 2007

The Doyle Brunson Poker Network announced today that it would stop allowing U.S. players to play real-money games on its sites, effective March 1, 2007.

The Internet poker room, however, will allow existing players to transfer their money and "action points" to Full Tilt Poker accounts.

Players wishing to transfer balances to Full Tilt can easily do so using through the Doyle's Room cashier by simply providing their Full Tilt User ID and e-mail address. Those without Full Tilt accounts are offered a 100 percent signup bonus, up to $600. Those with existing Full Tilt accounts are not eligible for the bonus offer, but can still convert DBPN action points to Full Tilt points.

Members of Doyle's Club will earn one Full Tilt point for every four DBPN action points. VIP members will earn one Full Tilt point for every six DBPN action points, while all other tiers will get a 1:12 conversion rate.

DoylesRoom.com is the latest to join a growing list of Internet poker rooms that bans U.S. players from real-money games in the wake of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act and the exit of NETeller and other third party payment processors from the U.S. market.

Doyle's Room blocks U.S. players, offers transfers to Full Tilt is republished from Online.CasinoCity.com.
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Home-game hotshot Aaron Todd was an editor/writer at Casino City for nearly eight years, and is currently the Assistant Director of Athletics for Communications and Marketing at St. Lawrence University, his alma mater. While he is happy to play Texas Hold'em, he'd rather mix it up and play Omaha Hi/Lo, Razz, Deuce-to-Seven Triple Draw, and Badugi.

Aaron Todd

Home-game hotshot Aaron Todd was an editor/writer at Casino City for nearly eight years, and is currently the Assistant Director of Athletics for Communications and Marketing at St. Lawrence University, his alma mater. While he is happy to play Texas Hold'em, he'd rather mix it up and play Omaha Hi/Lo, Razz, Deuce-to-Seven Triple Draw, and Badugi.