Mansion Poker moves to Ongame

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As of today, Mansion Poker is a part of the Ongame network, and its players can now enjoy a greater game variety and larger player base. The site's juicy guaranteed tournaments will still be available.

Guaranteed tournaments with great overlay have been one of Mansion Poker's trademarks over the last few months, and according to a press release the massive series is set to continue.

The unique Mansion tourneys will be available under the "Specials" tab in the Ongame tournament lobby.

Otherwise, the move to Ongame means a larger player base and better game variety. Previously, Texas Hold'em was the only game at Mansion Poker, but now Omaha, Omaha Hi-Lo, Seven-Card Stud and Five-Card Draw will be available as well.

Mansion Group CEO Guy Gussarsky is very pleased with the switch.

"We aim to take full advantage of Ongame Network's established liquidity to build bigger prize pools and bolder Member promotions for our growing global player base," said Gussarsky.

"We chose Ongame Network as one of the most tried and trusted platforms online and for their superior poker software, but an equally important deal-maker has been their ability to enhance our business rather than consume it."

"We are delighted to partner with, who we share great synergy with. Together with and our established partner brands, we are poised to move our online poker network to a whole new level," said Tomer Katz, spokesperson for Ongame Network.

Players with existing Mansion Poker accounts can easily transfer their funds to the Ongame poker wallet.

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