Dollaro Poker Network + Skins

Several players from skins on the Dollaro Poker Network have reported in the forums during the recent years that withdrawal requests of their balances in the height of up to US $10,000s per account were simply not processed!

In many cases the skins said that the network did not pay them. But how can players assess whether the Dollaro Poker Network did not pay the skins or the skins fools them?

For security reasons, if withdrawal issues are habitually reported, we highly recommend to leave that network, even if your skin has always processed your withdrawal requests in a timely manner.

The problem in such cases is that players usually have no insight into the financial situation of an even reputable operator and things can change daily, especially if a network really does not pay the skins.

Another key question is what interest does a reputable skin has to stay on a shady network?

See also:

Dollaro Poker, Italian police bust illegal online gambling ring

Dollaro Poker Network photo Luigi TancrediJanuary 13, 2016: Italian authorities have broken up an illegal online gambling business that handled daily bets worth €11.5 mio. with alleged ties to organized crime groups and access to Dollaro Poker.

On Wednesday, Italian authorities arrested 11 individuals, including Luigi Tancredi (pictured), the alleged ringleader. The investigation, which police dubbed The Imitation Game, resulted in the seizure of assets worth €10 mio., including arcades, restaurants, cars and corporate bank accounts…Continue reading ->

Dollaro Poker Network continues to operate despite January raids

dollaro poker network online playerFebruary 16, 2016

Dollaro Network, the illegal Italian online poker site, with ties to the Italian mob, is allegedly still open for business despite a January raid from Italian authorities that resulted in 11 arrests.

Infamous Italian online poker network Dollaro is still operational.

Why is that a big deal?

Last month, Italian authorities raided the gaff; arrested 11 people and confiscated assets worth an estimated €10 mio…Continue reading ->

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