After running for nearly eight weeks, PokerStars withdraws lottery-style variant of Short Deck.
Lottery Sit and Go format will become the second popular variant after 6+ Hold’em to be axed in the Indian market.
Games are spread at five buy-ins from $1 to $100.
Short deck Spin and Go will become the fourth lottery sit and go format for the operator.
Operator’s low-stakes series returns with 146 tournaments including novelty variants 6+ Hold’em, Fusion, and Showtime Hold’em.
Fusion and Showtime Hold’em reincarnated in tournament format.
The stripped deck version of Texas Hold’em continues to surge in popularity as GGNetwork is set to add this action-packed variant to its game offering.
How SCOOP, KO Series and Good Games Series stack up after their first few days.
Starting May 17, Short Deck tournaments will become available at PokerStars in both tournaments and Sit & Go formats.
The competition between the two online poker giants intensifies as both look to expand their reach via the popular live-streaming platform with new signings.
Both Hold’em and Omaha versions of Showtime are among the games that will soon make their debut as MTTs.
Variant continues to gain popularity as Connective Games customers add the format and PokerStars brings it to another segregated market.
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