It is no longer news that Greg Raymer is no longer a PokerStars pro. Once upon a time, when the going was great, Raymer was a name that rings bell as a PokerStars player because this is a platform for great poker players all over the world. However, this does not mean that it has affected his fame or affluence as a poker player. Far from it because it was a personal decision that has not been official said by the online poker site and the 2004 World Series of Poker main event champion. Raymer has done spoken briefly on a poker blog site;
“There has been a lot of discussion about my representation of PokerStars, and it is true that right now I am not representing them. In the near future, I will have a more detailed statement discussing this situation, but I have no further comment at this time. For those of you who have been reading about and discussing this situation, I appreciate all of the positive comments I have received. It is very gratifying to hear so many nice things from so many good people, and I am touched by your support.”
The rumor that started with a tweet by Kathy Liebert that Raymer has decided to leave the online poker site is no longer a rumor because he has left PokerStars finally. This has left PokerStar with one less former World Series of Poker Champion Player after Peter Eastgate retired from active poker games. And for Raymer, the game is just beginning for him because he has nothing to lose from his departure from PokerStars because a champion is always a champion no matter the year he bagged the WSOP championship. Of course, becoming a WSOP champion is not a baby feat in our world today.