Former Ultimate Poker Pro William Reynolds Trashes Company on Twitter

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Nagesh Rath
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Former Ultimate Poker Pro William Reynolds Trashes Company on Twitter

A former pro for the first US-regulated online poker site, Ultimate Poker, took to Twitter to bash the company after it pulled out of the New Jersey market.

Ultimate Gaming and its Ultimate Poker arm exited the Garden State last week after its land-based casino partner the Taj Mahal entered into bankruptcy protection.  The Taj sister site, The Trump Plaza, shut down earlier in the month yet its online gambling partner, Betfair, will continue to operate in New Jersey.

Reynolds since deleted tweets were captured by

"No surprise to see @UltimatePoker pull out of NJ.. They care more about YouTube videos that @dustiniannotti buys fake views for than poker"

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"When I left @UltimatePoker I had played more hands than anyone.. I won't have to play another hand to hold that record until the end of time"

"When @UltimatePoker first launched they used services from @iovation who's owner Greg Pierson was CEO of Ultimate Bet #TheyDontKnowPoker"

"The 1st legal regulated site in America @UltimatePoker was paying the former CEO of the largest poker scam site in history for his services"

"#LetThatLastTweetSinkIn #oversight #BreitlingIsntBright #RunItDown #MEvsUP #LaterUP"

"1 year ago I showcased all of flaws on @UltimatePoker client to entire software team-In next 2 months they changed decks from #blue to #red"

"The 2005 website that you could run thru your browser with out downloading is still more advanced than @UltimatePoker"

"All the best to @WSOPcom, @partypoker, & @PokerStars. We need quality platforms in the US to get online poker back to where it should be"

"Best part about this UP rant: They are so unaware about their client/website that every tweet I make still appears on"

- Nagesh Rath,