SAN JOSE, Costa Rica -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Fast-growing online poker site America's Cardroom is hitting poker players with great news. The U.S.-friendly online poker site is increasing its limits for Player to Player Transfers (P2P). The news comes shortly after several competitors in the market decided to restrict poker players with the ability to make P2P transfers between player accounts.
P2P transfers have been increased from $100 to $1,000 daily. The new weekly limit has been raised from $250 weekly to $2,000 and the previous monthly limit of $1,000 has been elevated to $5,000. "Here we go again with more improvements designed for poker players who make use of the Player to Player transfer feature," stated Americas Cardroom spokesman Michael Harris.
It's not just Americas Cardroom's new Player to Player transfer limits that continue to attract players to the tables. The site continues to hold the first-place ranking in 2012 on Poker Affiliate Solutions for best Payment Processing in the U.S.
"When it comes to reliability and trustworthiness, we're continuing to prove that no other site in the U.S. stacks up to Americas Cardroom," said Americas Cardroom spokesperson Michael Harris. "We take great pride in our A rating by Poker Affiliate Solutions, and we work hard every single day to earn the respect of players all over the world."
Americas Cardroom has held an A rating for payment processing since January 2012. The report from PAS continues to show month over month the consistency and reliability of payment processing for the entire network (Winning Poker Network).
Full details on Player-to-Player transfers and all deposit and withdrawal methods for Americas Cardroom can be found at AmericasCardroom.eu.
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