The site aims to improve cash game liquidity and simplify cash game offering.
Even though Partypoker
did not make a prior announcement, about any changes regarding the cash game tables, players noticed the changes, which affected the full-ring cash game tables and the recreational-friendly "Casual Cash Games"
According to the site, these tables weren't a "popular choice"
and therefore decided to completely remove them. However, full ring tables for Fixed Limit and Pot Limit games are still available.“Poker Room management made the decision to remove the games to pool liquidity to the 6 handed games as the 9 handed games are no longer a popular choice,”
wrote a Partypoker
representative, Colette Stewart, in a forum post.
The complete removal apparently eagers to improve the cash game liquidity, moving the action to the six-max tables. In addition to the short-handed games, anonymous heads-up, "fast five"
, and fast-forward games (6-max) are also available.Partypoker
is not the first operator to exclude full-ring tables from the cash games offerings. When Unibet Poker
left MPN (formerly known as Microgaming Network) they only offered six-max games. Phil Galfond's upcoming online poker room is also expected to only launch 6-max tables.
The site has made several big changes in the recent past based on player feedback to achieve their goal of becoming the biggest online poker room. They upgraded
their software, revamped the fee on the bounty element of the KO tournaments, increased their prize pools
, organized plenty of major live events and the historical MILLION Online event
with a $20,000,000 GTD
in getting closer.Partypoker
offers action-heavy tables 24/7, with weekly cash backs
up to 40%
! Our players are also entitled to our exclusive €4,000 rakerace
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