If you're a poker fan, you've probably turned to popular online platforms to play. If that's the case, you could be included in a new class action against Loto-Québec. An application filed in the Quebec Superior Court on June 1 alleges that a defect in Loto-Québec's online Texas Hold'em poker platform benefited certain users.\nOn the Espacejeux and OK Poker sites, players using an iPad, and possibly any iOS device, were able to "see their opponent's two 'pockets' of cards after a hand" even if they didn't wish to show their cards.\nThis loophole existed until the evening of May 18, 2020.\n"These users obtained information about other players without their knowledge and therefore had an unfair advantage over users using non-iOS devices," the application reads.\nPeople who played on a laptop or desktop computer, therefore, might not have had equal "access to the same information when it came to consulting 'hand histories' on Loto-Québec platforms."\nThe class action covers anyone who paid money to play Texas Hold'em Poker on Espacejeux and/or OK Poker up to and including May 18. All residents of Canada may be included.\nThe claim asserts that the members of the class action have been deceived by Loto-Québec and the consent they gave to the company to play its games has been voided.\n♠️Votre main chanceuse deviendra-t-elle La Main Payante?♦️\nJusqu'au 30 avril, on vous gâte encore plus\naux tables de poker Texas Hold’em! 🤩Posted by OK POKER on Monday, March 9, 2020\nIt also states that the Crown corporation continues to violate the Consumer Protection Act by not informing its users of the breach.\nPlayers with the loophole advantage have furthermore been able to keep track of their opponents' strategies by following their usernames, which, the class action says, have not been changed by Loto-Québec.\nThe action seeks the reimbursement of all amounts paid by the plaintiffs on the platforms as well as $300 in punitive damages for each member.\nPosted by Jeux en ligne – Loto-Québec on Friday, October 25, 2019\nLoto-Québec is also asked to change the usernames of all members in order to put the players back on an equal footing.\nMichel Bussieres | Dreamstime\nTo register in the action, simply fill out the form available on the website of the firm LPC Avocat Inc., which is leading the action.\nThe application is currently awaiting a hearing before the Court to be authorized.\nThis article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.