Lock Poker have announced the launch of a brand new, in house poker forum accessible through player’s web accounts.
Lock Poker representative Shane Bridges recently told pokerfuse.com the reasons behind the radical change that will see the leading poker website no longer discussing matters openly its customer support forum on 2+2.
“It became clear to us that a public forum was an ineffective way for us to communicate with our players” Mr. Bridges said.
“By creating this private forum we can communicate in a more direct and efficient way to handle true players concerns.
“Every post is linked to a player account therefore we are able to fix issues immediately”.
In order to take advantage of the forum, which will not be visible to search-engine spiders nor non-customers, players must first rake a minimum of $100.
Appearing on the current public access forum 2+2, the statement from Lock Poker read “All future question and concerns should be directed to Lock’s forums. We have advised the owners of 2+2 of our departure and let them know we will no longer be participating in this forum”.
While some delays experienced by Lock Poker and 2+2 mostly ended the relationship a few months ago, the support forum has remained a place for members to discuss tactics and big wins while the in-house forum has been in construction.
The new forum is now ready to be accessed by all members and players at Lock Poker who are interested in sharing tips and strategy, as well as all other queries relating to the game and site.
If you’re not a member already, head to Lock Poker now, sign up and start taking advantage of a second-to-none online poker experience!