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    Default T6Poker - New Network

    http://t6newsflash.com/newsflash/20081107/

    Does anyone know which network T6poker is changing to?
    Hold'em - like life itself - has its defining moment. It's the flop. When you see the flop, you're looking at 71 percent of your hand, and the cost is only a single round of betting

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    Quote Originally Posted by MewsicLovr View Post
    T6 is very shady, I would stay away from them.
    They have been on 2 or maybe even 3 networks already. When they first started there were rumors flying everywhere about them and that they didn't have money to pay ppl ect..
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    I've got some really nice t6poker domains, and was considering knocking a bit of a site together.

    Maybe I wont bother after all
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    I think one opinion with T6 is that "we're shutting down to move to a new network" may translate into "See ya. We're shutting down, taking your monies, and running. So long suckers!"

    Why would any legit site need to shut down operations to move to another network when that's a process that can be accomplished in 24 hours or less? If they really are moving to another network they should have remained open until they were ready to make the move. I think there have been numerous player problems with T6 and they really haven't done anything positive for the online poker industry. I personally wouldn't promote them.

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    Someone claiming to be an inside source at Casinomeister posted that they had not paid their game server bills in months and got shut down by the provider. Countless players had not been paid recently, then they suddenly shut down for over a week "to move to another network".


 

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