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Internet poker education website Nutblocker has announced that it is shutting its doors after eighteen months of operations due to "innumerous technical difficulties."
A notice posted on the company's website earlier this week read: "All of our customers...have been fully refunded for all purchases and it is our hope that no one will feel ill-treated as Nutblocker changes its direction."
"We will leave the Magazine and other content for free on the site as a token of good faith and hopefully return as a central community for the further exploration of Pot Limit Omaha and Mixed Games."
The site was devised by internet poker players Andreas “Skjervoy” Torbergsen and Tom “LearnedfromTV” Chambers who wanted to increase the knowledge of poker games Pot Limit Omaha and Mixed Games, and at one point even introduced Nutblocker Magazine, which sold for about $30 per copy.