Cardrunners eliminating StoxPoker brand amidst current controvers

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Mar 27, 2010 Posted in Poker Industry News | No Comments »

Taylor “GreenPlastic” Caby, the head honcho at Cardrunners, addressed some of the recent allegations against Nick “StoxTrader” Grudzien for the second time, and this time he announced what steps Cardrunners will take to rectify the situation.

The most revealing fix will be the elimination of the StoxPoker brand which Caby called “beyond repair”. Cardrunners will absorb most, if not all, of the StoxPoker videos, along with some of the instruction team.This change will be effective May 1st, and all current StoxPoker members will have their membership transferred to Cardrunners.

Caby also announced that, “we will require a statement from each coach about the accounts that they play on and reassurance that they do not multi-account. While some coaches may prefer to play anonymously on sites they do not make videos on, they need to be honest with us about their accounts so we can be as sure as possible that they are in compliance of poker site T&C’s.”

Caby also clarified when he knew about Grudzien’s multi-accounting and why he did not take action at the time.  Caby explained that Grudzien informed him of the second account and said, “At the same time, Nick told me that he was taking a break from playing poker. He agreed that when he resumed playing poker, he would make a post explaining the situation.” Caby also went on to say how disappointed he was that Grudzien went on to create a third account.

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