Sometime Thursday, the Bodog Poker Network vanishes from PokerScout.com’s rankings for 24 hours.
After a year Bodog Poker Network put systems in place to block scraping poker site data without permission and selling for a handsome profit
Vince Martin's reluctance to embrace the profit potential of online poker has come from the well-known challenges facing the poker industry.
In poker news, Bill Beatty weighs in between facts vs. fiction of PokerScout.com continous selling of Bodog Poker data for profit.
The Bodog Poker Network launched their new poker software this morning that will block data scraping sites from exploiting users data.
After proclaiming to take the highroad, PokerScout.com's Dan Stewart descended into arrogance and glossed over his ethical chicanery.
The implementation of technology will prevent sites like PokerScout.com from compiling site figures and traffic number without permission.
I had a chance to discuss Bodog Network's decision to block certain player data from the public and poker compiler sites like PokerScout.com