Pokerstars Lobby Changes Imminent

New lay-out will make updating easier, says operator

Pokerstars has advised that beginning next month it will require players to use a new lobby display in its client, adopting the new "filter" view, which many are already using as a default option.
The operator is ringing the changes to more easily add updates to the lobby in the future, a spokesman said this week, explaining:
"This simplification will help us to continuously improve our software and develop features in a more streamlined way, which will benefit your overall poker experience."
The update will combine all cash games into a single tab and fill the resultant tab gaps with other game types i.e. Zoom, Sit & Go, Spin & Go, KO, Beat the Clock, Tourney and Events.
Other options will be available through drop down options.

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