The site seized $46,805 from these accounts in the latest bot crackdown.
As we reported earlier, partypoker is putting the emphasis on creating the safest and most fair environment for their players in the online poker market.
They had closed 277 accounts and seized more than $700K earlier but they don't rest on their laurels and their Poker Fraud Team is working around the clock to find each and every bot.
A total of 42 accounts were closed in May 2019, with 33 (78.6%) coming from the poker room’s dot com market and a further nine (21.4%) from the .eu market which faces the Spanish and the French market.
The site encourages every player to report any suspicious activity to their dedicated email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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