Chico Poker Network issued refunds to players
Most poker sites don't spread much information about their fight against dishonest players, arguing that oversharing information would end benefit fraudsters. However, this policy has arisen questions about passivity in the struggle against bots and other violations.
For example, PokerStars shares only global numbers on their anti-fraud activity, iPoker claims that they ban more bots than partypoker but they don't brag about it, and GGPoker seizes funds and claims to redistribute, but no one has confirmed this.
Players have reported on poker forums for the past two days that they have received refunds from Chico Poker Network skins. We have spotted payments of $190 to $3,2k.
According to our records, this is the first case of such mass compensations.
What happened on Chico Poker Network?
Two and a half months ago, Chico had a complete security overhaul. This was also confirmed on poker forums. The refunds were the first notable result for players of the changes implemented by the management. So far, only NLH cash players have reported refunds.
Banning dishonest players should also have a positive effect on the quality of the game at the cash tables, especially at medium and high stakes, plus the trustworthiness of the network boosts with such reports from grinders.
We hope this is just the beginning of a stronger policy on the Chico Network against bots and other violations, and we invite our grinders to report any suspicious behavior to the poker room's support.
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