@matty_langdale @PokerStars Pokerstars Pennsylvania has not been working for anyone for a few hours now. 2021-08-05 01:59:33 @f_speaker @StarsSupport Team, I’ve received an active “MAINTENANCE…” message since approx. 5 p.m. EST today.
Step 2: Switch off your modem and after restarting your computer turn it on again. Clear internet cookies and browser cache. Still trapped, then move to Step 3. Step 3: Your firewall may have blocked pokerstars.net. Temporarily disable your anti-virus or firewall running in background.
Aug. 24, 2021, 1:11 p.m. @BaLo11 @StarsSupport From Pokerstars community: Unfortunately, our servers are down at the moment and we are working hard to get the service back as soon as possible. There’s no need to reach out to Customer Support, any refunds due will be handled automatically over the upcoming days.
In most cases the reasons of incorrect work of the app is the crush in user.ini file at PokerStars settings. Currently the support of the poker room offers the users to solve the problem of unintended crush of the PokerStars client the following way: 1. Delete the file User.ini or User in PokerStars. 2. Restart the app.
If PokerStars is not responding and you get the error code 2/89, it means there is an issue related to the proxy settings being used. To resolve this, disable the proxy settings. To resolve this, disable the proxy settings.
1. Open Windows Explorer (the file browser on your computer - NOT Internet Explorer). 2. Copy and paste the following link into the search bar (at the bottom of the window): 3. Find and delete the folder PokerStarsBrCache. 4. Launch the PokerStars software and click on Cashier, it should load normally.
If you haven’t done this yet, or you’re having difficulty doing so, this is most likely an error with your device or internet connection, and is unlikely to be related to the PokerStars.net app. Contact the support associated with your device to address these issues. Checks to Make Before You Download the Pokerstars App
Epic Fail: PokerStars Duel. Not all of the innovations have succeeded. Duel was a thinly-veiled attempt to grab a share of the casual Zynga-fueled mobile market and is best described as Words With Friends meets heads-up poker. It was turn-based and required its own app. A lot of effort from Stars for no return