an isometric red circle with a slash stands on a blue background. GGPoker Offers Amnesty to Banned Players Ahead of WSOP Online Series an isometric red circle with a slash stands on a blue background. GGPoker Offers Amnesty to Banned Players Ahead of WSOP Online Series
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During the 2022 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, leading online poker site GGPoker unveiled the Poker Integrity Council (PIC), tasked with policing and preserving the integrity of the poker industry.

The new operator and player-driven watchdog, headlined by five members including the GGPoker ambassadors Jason Koon and Fedor Holz, has now published the first official measures and offers the opportunity for previously banned players to apply for a second chance.

It is the second time the online poker operator hands an olive branch to banned players and comes almost two years after the first occurrence in August 2020. Similar to the first time, the effort by the operator is connected with an edition of the WSOP Online Bracelet Events on its platform.

GGPoker recently announced the third installment of the chase for gold on the entire network. From August 14 until September 25, a total of 33 WSOP gold bracelets will be up for grabs, and the release of the entire schedule is expected to take place shortly.