Unibet have announced that they have removed NL800 and PL800 cash games, reverting to the original cash game offering they relaunched with in 2014 with a max buyin of €400 in Hold’em and Omaha formats.

Unibet added NL800 and PL800 to their cash game lobby in March 2017 but after analyzing the results, have decided that those games are currently too rich for their philosophy.

David Pomroy, Head of Poker at Unibet, said

‘Our main priority has always been to safeguard the ecology of our site as everything we do is ultimately built on that foundation. The addition of NL800 and PL800 had contributed to short-handed games and slightly faster loss rates of recreational players at our higher stakes. Although the situation was by no means critical, we decided it was best to act on that trend sooner rather than later. We’ll be launching a new promotion next month which will be aimed at our recreational higher stakes players and will consider restoring NL800 and PL800 in the future once we feel a sufficient support structure is in place. This decision doesn’t change our long-term ambitions to continue growing the site but right now our focus is on ensuring that we continue to offer a non-predatory environment and the most enjoyable cash games online.’

To read more about this development as well as learn about the return of the Unibet Open Slot Promotion, please read the full Press Release below:

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