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WSOP Online Expands Shared Liquidity to Include Michigan Players

The website formerly known as is rebranding itself as WSOP Online and expanding its player pool as part of an effort to fully realize the once golden promise of online poker. WSOP Online is a joint venture between the World Series of Poker (WSOP) and Caesars Entertainment whose expansion comes with a variety of upgrades for players in Nevada, New Jersey and Michigan.

The biggest upgrade to WSOP Online is the addition of Michigan players to its shared liquidity pool. Online poker thrives on large player pools and the lack of shared liquidity deals across the country has seriously dampened the game’s growth during this era of continuous online gambling expansion. With the addition of Michigan, WSOP Online becomes the first online poker operator to have players from three states in its liquidity pool.

Along with its enlarged player pool, WSOP Online is offering other upgrades including four-table capabilities on mobile, including Omaha, multi-flight re-entry tournaments, in-app gift drops, and new game derivatives.

Danielle Barille, Vice President of Online Poker at Caesars Digital commented on the changes at WSOP Online in a recent press release saying, “This platform upgrade is long overdue and is a big win for our players. The best is yet to come for WSOP Online tournaments, and we’re thrilled to bring Michigan players into the fold with Nevada and New Jersey, resulting in a better experience, more value, and the biggest prize pools of the year.”

With just six percent of US States in the liquidity pool today, the online poker world is watching West Virginia and Pennsylvania as the next two markets to potentially join the shared liquidity party. Though legislation is being considered in both of these states, its unclear if it will be passed into law.