RIP NeverwinPoker, 2004-2009

by , Nov 30, 2009 | 5:46 am

NeverwinPoker.com, the filthiest, most offensive poker site on the internet — filled with racist, sexist, drug-addled degeneracy and perverse nudity that provided a voice for a notably vile, socially maladjusted segment of the poker world — is no longer, or at least no longer what it used to be.

Tony G and the semi-corporate interests at PokerNews, who bought a controlling interest in the “gossip site” two years ago, have turned off the infamously uncensored forum. It simply wasn’t “converting” supposedly.

But don’t expect thousands of black-cock refugees to suddenly flood 2+2. Neverwin pioneer Bryan Micon is launching a new site for his toxic flock of angry outcasts at www.donkdown.com.

Meanwhile, PokerPages is somehow staying afloat — producing semi-regular new poker articles — despite declarations that they’d be fully out of business by the end of October.


6 Comments to “RIP NeverwinPoker, 2004-2009”


  1. Mean Gene
    says:

    There’s a segment of the poker world that isn’t socially maladjusted? You gotta take me for a visit someday.


  2. DanM
    says:

    LOL, fair enough. Let’s just say some are more socially maladjusted than others.


  3. Anonymous
    says:

    I would think that Micon would have a non-compete clause…


  4. DanM
    says:

    Yeah, I wonder … it may not be enforceable when the business is bought with lammers, lol.


  5. Kevin Mathers
    says:

    Maybe Tony G and co. just wanted NWP off their hands? Druff, Micon and the rest weren’t happy with the Lithuanians.


  6. F-Train
    says:

    There are people that ARE happy with the Lithuanians? You gotta take me for a visit some day.