The Internet has changed everything, and we can’t stop it.
That is the message from the founder of the “exit game” (the internet-based version of poker) site PokerStars to the public.
PokerStars is in the process of closing the website of its online poker site and announcing it to the world, as it will soon become the world’s biggest online casino.
The announcement is the first major step to the end of poker in India.
“We will never be able to get to the same point in time where we were,” PokerStars CEO Vishal Sikka told The Hindu, speaking about the company’s future.
“It is impossible to predict.
The future is not written in stone.
There are going to be a lot of changes.”
Pokerstars said it will not be offering any further services to the internet poker community and will cease operations at the end as it did not have enough money to survive on.
PokerStars, which launched in August 2013 in Mumbai, is one of the oldest and most well-known online poker players in India and has had an active presence in the country for nearly 20 years.
Its service is based on a poker engine that can take advantage of the internet.
It is the largest online poker player in India with more than 5 million active players.
The company was founded in 2010 by former Indian Reserve Bank of India (IRBI) managing director Ajay Thakur and former Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Papas are among the top 10 players in the world.
“In terms of growth, India is the most dominant country in the global poker market,” Sikka said.
“We had been the leading player in the Indian market for a long time.
It is very difficult to change this.
It’s a difficult thing to do.
But we have to do it.”
The announcement came in the wake of a string of other changes for the online poker industry.
Last month, the Reserve Bank announced that it would be cracking down on money laundering and terrorist financing, raising concerns about how the financial sector is being policed.
In June, the government imposed a moratorium on online poker operators operating in India, saying it is worried about the impact of unregulated online poker.
The Indian government also said it is considering imposing a tax on online gambling on the country’s largest online casino operator, which was not operating in the time frame required by the law.
In October, the Supreme Court ordered the Indian government to create a tax commission to regulate online poker, saying the gaming industry is not exempt from taxation.
India is one the largest players in online poker in terms of the number of players and players per capita.
Puerto Rico’s casinos and casinos in Nevada, Colorado and Nevada State, which were shut down last year, are also now operating.
Paketech, an online poker platform that offers games like Blackjack, is planning to launch in India next year.
The company said it has already signed up to the Indian Government’s online gambling regulation guidelines and will follow suit as it has a large network in India that it plans to launch a major online gaming business in India by the end on October.
The poker site was one of a number of sites that shut down, most notably at the start of 2016.
But the shutdowns had a major impact on the industry, said Ajay Gopalakrishnan, a former executive director at the Indian Payments Council.
“Poker has changed so much that it is not possible to keep up,” he said.
Pokies are no longer a safe haven for the underground gaming industry.
“When you start an underground game, you are not going to have any security,” Gopalacknan said.