Lock Comes Back to the Cake Online Poker Network

Published Tuesday, May 08, 2012 - Online-Casinos.com

Jennifer Larson the CEO and founder of Lock Casino and Lock Poker is pushing forward and expanding the company’s assets by dropping one network to go for a bigger one. Based in the United Kingdom the entrepreneur is gathering momentum with this move.The start of something bigger is in the works now as the Merge Gaming Network is super ceded by the Cake Poker Network giving Lock Poker more liquidity and player capacity.

The new endeavour is called Revolution Gaming with Lock players that are active now receiving a software update on May 31. CEO Larson mentioned that certain assets from Cake would be acquired. A Lock spokesperson said Cake software would be used as usual, “but we will be going into product development immediately, as we are very excited to focus on an HTML 5 clients. Lock`s CEO issued a statement saying that “Merge was a great stepping stone for us but we have outgrown them.” Cake Poker Network stated it will, “continue operations providing all of its current Network partners, sites and players the opportunity to be part of the Revolution Gaming Network.”

Cake continued to explain, “to focus efforts on its current European, South American and Asian business.” Cake also maintained, “another exciting announcement to soon follow.” Lock, began its life as a Cake skin, only to leave Merge in March of 2010. Lock`s new entity Revolution says it will provide “an even higher percentage rate” of rakeback even though the rakeback concept has fallen by the wayside as an unsustainable model for other poker rooms. Lock`s refurbishing an old way of doing business with rakeback and poker professionals as a framework. Within that context poker pros, Leo Margets and Annette Obrestad, “will be at the foundation of these changes. They will come together and offer their recommendations on all levels, truly bringing the player into the boardroom.”

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