Real names instead of nicknames at PartyPoker high limits

PartyPoker innovations 2019​In August, another innovation will be tested on PartyPoker: players of the high-stakes limits will have to play under their real names instead of using screen names. This improvement was invented by Rob Yong, who created a poll pertaining to the innovation on Twitter:

In total, over 6 000 people took part in the survey, and according to its results, 67% of subscribers voted that it's a good idea. Rob Yong displayed how it would look like:

Online table PartyPoker

Rob's main goal is to revive the high-stakes game at the PartyPoker tables. Yong believes that it is more comfortable for amateurs and businessmen to see the real name of a person they play with, instead of incomprehensible symbols in the form of screen name.

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The revival of the Trickett's Room

To bring back the high limits to PartyPoker, the company management decided to re-launch the Trickett’s poker room. It includes tables with limits of $25/$50, $50/$100 and $100/$200. Only players invited by Sam Trickett or Rob Yong are able to play at these tables. The club has already created a group in Telegram:

Rob Yong promises to create a $100/$200 game to be held on a regular basis. Anyone interested will be able to view it from the lobby. Once a month, it is planned to carry out Big Game at $250/$500 limits. Especially for this event, the room will invite players and broadcast the game.

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