Alarm Bells Ring As Pitbull Poker Changes Cashout Policy

Following on from the UltimateBet cheating scandal, Pitbull Poker has found itself increasingly under scrutiny by disgruntled players convinced something not quite right is taking place at its virtual poker tables.
In the last few months the TwoPlusTwo forums has seen posts from “Chesterboy” and other players alleging the presence of superusers on the small site, who are able through cheating to see hole cards of players around the table.
Pitbull Poker has taken note of the accusations and last month released a statement denying any breech in their security and stating, “We realize these accusations make for great gossip in forums and blogs, but we want nothing more than to clear our name of these baseless accusations.”
Dave Brenes,the Pitbull Poker manager, even released a thousand hand history on request for the poker community to analyse but landed itself in more hot water when  it was found the hands released related to “Chesterboy” who had previously mentioned he avoided players he suspected of being superusers. The information relating to players suspected of cheating, however, were never released.
Since then business at the small flash network poker site has continued to fall and the week average for real the money ring game is now a mere 33 players. In addition to players who aired their concerns on the TwoPlusTwo forum being banned from Pitbull Poker, other players are reporting difficulties withdrawing their money from the site.
Pitbull Poker management has  announced that the maximum cashout has now been reduced to $1,000 over a seven day period but offered no explanation as to the change in their withdrawl policy.
TwoPlusTwo forum user “BCloud” has stated he has over 10k hands available for analysis and already regular forum user “zingbust,” has begun studying the data. As alarm bells begin to ring  we will try to bring you up to date information concerning the site as it occurs.

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