Full Flush Poker Eliminates Real Money Offering in Nevada, Delaware and New Jersey
Key Takeaways
  • Flagship EPN skin pulls out of regulated US markets.
  • Notice comes day days after WPN claims the same.

Equity Poker Network’s flagship online poker site Full Flush Poker removed its real money games to residents of New Jersey, Nevada and Delaware Thursday.

According to a general notice posted on EPN’s official website, Full Flush “operates with its players foremost in mind, and fair play for all customers is paramount.”

“With these principles in mind, the recreational online poker site has decided to stop serving players who reside in New Jersey, Nevada, and Delaware due to the availability of a regulated poker market in those states.”

A Full Flush Poker spokesperson added that the company has “taken this action in order to ensure that the vast majority of our customers, who do not reside in New Jersey, Nevada, or Delaware, continue to have access to our site and to enjoy playing the game that they love without disruption or inconvenience.”

The changes are effective immediately.

Cashouts for Affected Players

Players residing in the states of DE, NJ and NV will receive an email notification of the policy change along with confirmation that their account is no longer active, according to the announcement published by the EPN.

From there, Full Flush Poker promises to allow affected players access to their accounts in order to make cashout arrangements and will “quickly” return any remaining funds.

The decision by EPN’s flagship site comes less than ten days following a similar move by its competitor, the Winning Poker Network.