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PokerStars Imposes Four-Table Cap at Ring Games Across All Stakes

Effective immediately, cash game players at PokerStars will no longer be able to play more than four ring game tables simultaneously.

In a bid to improve recreational player’s playing experience at the tables, PokerStars, the worldwide leader in online poker, today announced a drastic change to its cash game offerings, changing the maximum number of ring game tables a player can play simultaneously from 24 to 4.

The new multi-table limit policy came into effect on Tuesday, August 20 across all stakes but has only been applied to regular cash games including 6-max, full-ring, and heads-up. Other game formats such as Zoom, Sit & Gos, MTTs, and Spin & Go’s will retain the old table cap policy.

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