PokerStars to limit cash game multi-tabling to six tables. Another major step in the way PokerStars is changing its online ecosystem will be to restrict cash game players to no more than six tables at once.
As of August 20, players on PokerStars in the dot-com market, UK, France, EU, Belgium, Spain, Italy, and many more will be limited to playing four regular cash game tables at one time. This will pertain to cash games at all stakes. PokerStars Explanations. PokerStars’ Severin Rasset wrote a blog post detailing the change and the reasons.
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If you login to PokerStars today to play at the heads-up cash game tables, you may notice something different. They aren’t there. That is because today, February 12 th, all regular heads-up cash game tables have been removed from the PokerStars lobby, replaced with Zoom Poker tables. An e-mail was sent to select players earlier this week to inform them of the change (no public announcement.
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Leading global online poker site PokerStars announced in a blog post dated Aug. 20 that it has lowered the maximum number of tables a user can open to just 4 at a time. This change applies to cash game tables. Previously, most users were permitted to play at up to 24 tables simultaneously.
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