PokerStars Launched “ZOOM” Fast-Fold Tables for New Jersey and Michigan

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pokerstars launched zoom fast fold tables for new jersey and michigan

Players of PokerStars may now play “Zoom” fast-fold poker in New Jersey and Michigan. This is something that many players across the states have been waiting for a long time.

PokerStars’ New Fast-Fold Tables

The leader in the US poker industry debuted the new Zoom Fast-Fold tables on January 23. Since its inception in 2012, the format has gained popularity all around the world. For US gamers, who lost access to the international dot-com website in April 2011, that came one year too late.

In 2015, PokerStars made its return in the US. However, many of the features included on its worldwide site, including Zoom, were absent from its New Jersey offerings. When asked in 2016 why this was the case, the corporation emphasized that there was no regulatory problem. Instead, it’s because Zoom games require a certain volume of traffic to be viable.

There weren’t enough players in New Jersey for it to be feasible on its own. This was also the case for the states that welcomed PokerStars after NJ, that being Pennsylvania and Michigan.

Having said that, would Michigan and New Jersey have enough combined players to make Zoom work? This is what PokerStars decided to do, combine the player pools. However, players were told that the feature is, for the time being, a limited-time offer, and If the new tables are successful enough, they will continue their operation.

About PokerStars

With more than 225 billion hands dealt and more than 1.85 billion tournaments held since its initial 2001 debut, PokerStars has grown to be one of the biggest poker sites in the world.

PokerStars has a huge selection of excellent games from the most popular developers on the market. It also hosts and sponsors some of the largest, most prestigious live tournament series in the world like the European Poker Tour (“EPT”), the Spring Championship of Online Poker (“SCOOP”), the World Championship of Online Poker (“WCOOP”), and the PokerStars Players No Limit Hold’em Championship (“PSPC”).

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