Terms of Use

We are obliged to publish a Terms of Use page to inform you about what you can and can´t do on To cover our backs there is some legal jargon included, but we´ll try to keep this page as simple to understand as possible to avoid any confusion.

The bottom line is that by continuing to use as a source of information and entertainment you agree to these Terms of Use and our Privacy Policy and our Disclaimer, and even though all three say pretty much the same thing you should read them anyway.

Proprietary Rights

“Proprietary Rights” means that everything published on is copyrighted. That means that if we catch you copying all our content and publishing it on your own web site, we reserve the right to take appropriate action to have the copied content removed and your website shut down.

By using this website, you are agreeing that you won´t copy or plagiarize our content without our permission. So, if you want to republish something from, ask us first – we´ll usually say yes if we receive an appropriate acknowledgement.

Visitor Generated Content allows visitors to comment on the news items that we publish. Although we moderate the comments, we accept no responsibility or liability for any opinions, advice, or other material contributed to our site.

By using this website you acknowledge that you may be exposed to visitor generated content that is inaccurate, and you acknowledge that shall not be liable for any damages you incur as a result of visitor generated content that is inaccurate or offending.

Links to Third Party Websites

We provide links to other “third party” websites when their content is relevant to our news items and we also link to our featured poker websites. Links to third party websites are included for relevance, credibility and so that you can investigate our featured poker websites without having to open up another window or tab – basically we are making it easy for you.

We tend to only link to third party websites we trust. We don´t always check out their Terms of Use, Disclaimers and Privacy Policies so, if you follow links from our website to third party websites you do so at your own risk. We don´t write their content, so we will not be held responsible for what they publish or liable if you experience an adverse effect as a result of visiting a website we have linked to.

Restriction of Liability

We take every effort to make sure that the information published on is accurate and reliable. We cannot guarantee that we will get it right every time and therefore do not assume liability for any errors or omissions.

If we spot something is wrong – or we get told about it – we´ll change it; but you accept that is provided on an “As Is” and “with all faults” basis, and without warranty or condition of any kind – either express or implied.

You also accept that some of the recommendations made on this website may not be appropriate for everybody, and we make no representations about the suitability for a particular purpose of any service or product referred to on

Data Protection

We do not collect any identifying personal data from visitors to our website, but the information we do collect – and how we use it – is explained in our Privacy Policy. Our Privacy Policy (and our Disclaimer) form part of our Terms of Use.

Modifications to our Terms of Use

This page is regularly reviewed, with the date of such reviews posted at the foot of this page. We reserve the right to change our Terms of Use at any time and – because we don´t collect any personal information about visitors to our website – it is your responsibility to keep up to date with our Terms of Use.

Dispute Resolution

We don’t think our Terms of Use give you a lot to get upset about. Together with our straightforward Privacy Policy and our clear as day Disclaimer, our three “legal obligations” explain your rights when using the website and our limitations of liability.

The content of all three pages are based on the laws of the European Union and – in the unlikely event that there is a dispute over your rights or our limitations that can´t be settled amicably – we shall resolve it a court of European law.

In the even unlikelier event that you have read these Terms of Use in any language other than English, the English version applies all the time.

If you are not satisfied with the terms of this agreement you should refrain from visiting

Last Reviewed by us on 5 November 2014