Bwin's software update to change poker seating

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Bwin's online poker blog has announced that the latest software update will soon see it change the number of players that can be seated at one of its cash game tables.

From June 16, six competitors will be seated at each one of Bwin Poker's short-handed tables while full-ring games will see nine.

“These changes are designed to bring your experience at the poker tables in line with what's most common in the industry as the standard short-handed table seats up to six players while the standard full-ring table seats up to nine players,” a statement on the site's blog explained this week

“You'll notice the changes on June 16 when the software is implemented but we just wanted to give players a heads-up so that there's no confusion when you log on and see that the seating arrangement for cash games tables has been changed slightly.”

Source: InfoPowa News