Americas Cardroom, the online poker site that’s revolutionizing the game in both the United States and worldwide, is now also leading the way in integrity and security.

A recent in-depth article was published on their website, titled “The Current State of Integrity and Security in Online Poker.” The main part of the article was to discuss the prevalence of bots in the online poker industry and what certain sites are doing to combat them.

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“We’re best known for bringing big poker back to the U.S. with our cash games and huge guaranteed tourneys like the $7 Million Venom this past summer,” stated Michael Harris, spokesperson for Americas Cardroom. “However, none of that matters unless we continue to also lead the pack in terms of site integrity and security. That starts with dealing with online poker bots.”

The article details how online poker bots have been a thorn in the side of operators for the last 20 years. While some sites have decided to throw up their hands and “yell uncle,” others like Americas Cardroom have decided to fight back.

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