When Will OFC Poker be Available Everywhere?
If OFC poker moved to Pokerstars then it would be a matter of time before the biggest tournaments, currently aimed at Hold’em, also made the move. This game only made it to the United States in 2012, and just a year later it was taking over the biggest tours and tournaments. Where there used to be an occasional table and event for mixed games, Badugi and generally those games that few people play, there are now half a dozen tables and events for OFC, and soon it will stand side by side with Hold’em. OFC Poker has because brome the “other” game, a gap that was filled with everything from Stud to Draw, Badugi and 3-Card in the past.
TonyBet has already introduced the online world to OFC Poker, but as this is a relatively new site, people seem unwilling to make the switch. TonyBet is very reputable and very slick, but even those into OFC are still reluctant to make the move and instead are sticking with Hold’em and with Pokerstars, but as soon as the petition reaches a worthy number, and as soon as Pokerstars updates their software to allow for OFC tournaments and cash games, then the world domination of the game will be complete.
If you want to get on board and sign the petition then head on over to the 2+2 forum. You can also email Pokerstars directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, pleading with them. The more people that do this the sooner they will take action. In the meantime we would still advise that you check out TonyBet, as there are a lot of question marks about the legitimacy of other OFC Poker apps and games that use a real money system, whereas TonyBet is as clean, honest and as regulated as you would expect for a million dollar website.