A large group of poker players around the globe are feeling the effects of the constant decline in the online poker market. On the 24th of July, Gran Madrid Poker and Playboy Poker revealed that they’re both shutting down their doors in the upcoming days. This came as a surprise as it was thought that both of these poker firms were still successful in their operations.
Playboy Poker revealed that their doors will be closing on July, 27th. Anyone who may have visited the site previous to that date would have seen a notice indicating that Playboy Poker is no longer going to be operating due to the fact that their surrendering their gambling license. All players were advised to withdraw their funds before the 27th, those who didn’t have access to the casino during that week will still be able to receive their funds by emailing the support staff of Playboy Poker.
Casino Gran Madrid Poker on the other hand will not be closing their doors on July 31st. The casino itself will remain open in Spain but all of the poker platforms will no longer be available to Spanish punters. At least those who are registers with this casino will still be able to play some of their favorite casino games. There is also a good chance that Casino Gran Madrid will find a new poker platform to offer to their punters within the upcoming months. Those who have played poker at Casino Gran Madrid and have a positive balance have been urged to place request for their deposits to be returned back to whichever account the deposit was made through.