Pitbull Poker Shuts Down in Dark of Night

by , Sep 30, 2009 | 8:49 am

Those looking to cash out from Pitbull Poker may have to wait in perpetuity.

From LasVegasVegas:

Pitbull Poker has seemingly closed its doors for business.
Players can visit the website but are unable to login to the poker client, and sources say the owners in Costa Rica were seen moving out computers in the middle of the night.

Pitbull was originally launched under WSOP.com, a domain registered by former Binions employee Federico Schiavio … Recently Pitbull Poker had been accused of having “superuser” accounts, similar to the Absolute Poker scandal, in which one player can see everyone else’s hole cards.

WSOP.com was one of the first big post-boom poker lawsuits … with Harrah’s successfully wrangling the domain name from the old Binion’s tech guy who held onto it after Binion’s handed over the keys to the WSOP.

One Comment to “Pitbull Poker Shuts Down in Dark of Night”

  1. BECKY

    I’m so bummed about Pitbull closing down. It took me a year to make almost 2 million play chips and I was so excited. I don’t like most of the other sites. I only had about $3 in real money, so losing that is way less painful than losing the 2 million chips.