IPA to launch poker rooms across Delhi, Ahmedabad

The Indian Poker Association (IPA) is set to launch four new poker rooms in the country by May 1st, reports Glaws.

According to KN Suresh, Secretary of IPA, three poker rooms will be launched in Ahmedabad and one will be launched in Delhi.

When asked to comment on the development, Suresh stated to Glaws that IPA had signed an agreement with the Radisson Blu Hotel at Paschim Vihar in New Delhi and three other five star properties in Ahmedabad.

He further added that the Radisson Blu poker room, launched as a joint venture between IPA and other local partners, would be operated under the brand name ‘Safe House’, two poker rooms in Ahmedabad would operate under the brand name ‘VIP Premiere Lounge’ and another one would operate under the name ‘Quads @IPA’.

Suresh also claimed the IPA would launch poker rooms in major cities such as Rajkot, Surat, Gandhinagar, Baroda, Surendranagar, Gwalior, Indore, Varanasi, Gurugram, Chandigarh, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kochi and Mumbai in the near future.

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