Lock Poker Players Selling Dollars for 33 Cents

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Troubled internet poker site Lock Poker is seeing its players offering to sell off their account balances for as little as 33 cents on the dollar, an ominous sign that the poke firm is getting a vote of no-confidence from its clients.

The 33 cent marker is the lowest point that currency has gone for on the poker site. Things really seemed to heat up this week when professional poker players Greg Tiller and Jarred Hubbard put tens of thousands of dollars that they had stashed in the poker client up for sale.

Lock has been hit with allegations that it is in financial trouble, due to the stunning amount of player claims who say that the site has been painfully slow in paying out their balances.

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1 July 2013 - 2:36am
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The even more disgraceful thing about this is that a month or so ago the CEO was hosting a bunch of professional poker players to a week-long "retreat" at a Portuguese castle, splashing the cash and all the while failing to pay players.

That stinks.

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1 July 2013 - 3:04pm
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Shocking. I can't even express how pissed off I would be if someone that owed me money went out splurging like that.

They should be shuttered and put up on charges.