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Internet poker group Partypoker has announced that they've shut down 121 bot accounts across its network, the third largest month for seizures that the operator has conducted.
The operator also seized $175,000 from the accounts, with 89 of the accounts blocked from the .com domain and 32 from the .eu domain. The total is the third-highest total since the operator began tracking their bot crackdown.
A company release on the seizures read in part: "The poker room continues to invest in resources aimed at safeguarding the safety of its players. Spearheaded by a specialist Poker Fraud Team comprising a collection of former poker professionals whose duty is to investigate suspicious activity and aid partypoker in ridding the site of unscrupulous accounts."