Poker club owner warns that online poker will kill poker

Poker club owners across the country are telling people to stop playing online poker, saying that it will kill the business.

Poker clubs have been struggling for years, and are suffering from a lack of online players.

But online poker is a new industry that has grown exponentially over the past year.

And while online poker has seen a spike in popularity in recent months, there is a lot more room for growth.

The PokerStars app, which has been around since 2011, has made online poker a big part of its business.

But its owners say the new craze for poker games is killing them.

The owners of online poker site say they are experiencing problems with the app, and have filed for bankruptcy.

“It’s killing us,” said Joe Meehan, owner of the poker club in Texas.

“We have had to turn away new customers.

It’s going to destroy us.”

Poker club owners are worried that the increased popularity of online gaming will lead to increased demand for online poker games, which are currently limited to $10 a hand, according to CBS MoneyWatch.

They’re also worried about the impact that poker clubs will have on the local economy.

“It’s going be the death of poker,” Meeham said.

“The more poker clubs there are, the less people can play poker.”

According to CBS, poker clubs are in the midst of an IPO and have a valuation of $2.8 billion.

The poker clubs owners told CBS that they have been dealing with the fallout from poker clubs online poker craze.

“They’re losing a lot of money,” Meeshan said.

He added that they’re having to turn people away because they can’t afford the prices online.

The owner of a nearby online poker club told CBS Moneywatch that he and his wife are having trouble making ends meet because they’re not able to afford the online poker game.