After months of speculation and virtually no real money games, High Pulse Poker has closed down its real money tables. This includes both cash games and tournaments. Play money tables continue to operate.
The poker room was taken offline this past weekend. When the poker room came back online, several changes had been made. The most notable change was the loss of real money poker tables. Another change was the cashier being altered. Players could no longer make deposits at High Pulse Poker. Unlike other times when poker rooms close, the withdrawal button is still working at High Pulse Poker. PAS has been assured that all player balances are being paid upon request. Most player balances have already been withdrawn.
PokerScout had already removed High Pulse Poker from their listings. The most recent reports of cash game player counts were less than ten average players. Tournament action had become virtually non existent before the poker room was closed.
High Pulse Poker abandoned its Twitter and Facebook accounts as well as closed their sub forum at Two Plus Two months ago. This caused players to speculate that High Pulse Poker would close. While it took months of little or no action, the poker room eventually shuttered.
This may not be the end for High Pulse Poker or its software. There is word that the poker room may relaunch under a different concept. The company’s software was highly acclaimed by online poker players so there is also hope that the software platform may come back in the future through another brand.
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