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  • Nuts (Good): Backed by the most trusted name in the business. Lots of potential for WSOP packages. Good set of guaranteed tournaments.
  • Beats (Bad): Somewhat limited game selection, with no players outside Hold’em and Omaha. 888 Network not quite as popular as some of the bigger options. No U.S. players. More information

Current number of players 322
Multi-Table 16
Resizable Tables Resize
Minimum Deposit Amount 10
No-Limit Cash Stakes $0.01 - $0.02 to $100 - $200
Limit Cash Stakes $0.02 - $0.04 up to $250 - $500
Sit & Go Stakes $0.50 + $0.05 up to $1,000 + $30
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If you’re reading this without knowledge of what the World Series of Poker is, you need to take a quick history lesson. Founded in 1970, the WSOP has gone on to become the most prestigious event in poker. Held every year, all of the many events hand out a bracelet to the winner; items that have become shorthand for judging a player’s prowess. Since the poker boom in 2003, the Main Event has provided multi-million dollar prizes for every World Champion.

For a long while, the WSOP remained an impassive observer as online poker rooms blossomed, but now the fine folks at Harrahs and Caesars Entertainment have created a bespoke client just for the World Series. Sister site to, the online poker site is one of the youngest in existence, but unlike most gambling startups, it has the weight of the biggest name in the industry behind it.

The software itself is currently only accessible to players in the UK. With the nebulous legal situation in the U.S., it may be some time before can return to its spiritual home, but expanding entry to the rest of the world may not be out of the question. You won’t just be competing against British players, however. The client sits on the 888 network, home to the likes of and Littlewoods Poker.

As for the game selection on, all the basics are covered handily. There’s No Limit, Pot Limit, and Limit Hold ‘em to choose from, alongside Omaha of both the High and Hi/Lo variety. The only other game provided for is Stud and Stud Hi/Lo. That’s not a massive selection, but even if they did have a wide selection of other games, Hold ‘em would still take up 90% of the player base anyway.

Stakes start at $0.01/$0.02, which is as low as you’ll find anywhere. They progress up to $250/$500, which is hardly nosebleed territory, but given that they are a relatively small site there’d never be people ready to play stakes that were any higher. In fact, off peak it’s tough to find a full table in any game above $3/$6. There are plenty below that level, with the micro and low stakes NLHE ring games far and away the most popular. There are a decent number of Omaha players too, with play once again rounding out at around $3/$6. Stud meanwhile, is practically a ghost-town.

On the tournament front, there’s an impressive range of Sit & Go variants to pick from. The standard, turbo, and super turbo structures all have their place, alongside some more exciting options. All-in tournaments are all about gamble. Every bet must be for your entire stack, so it’s not a game for those looking for a skill edge. Still, a good way to blow off some steam after a bad beat.

The Double or Nothing events are a way of equalising the prize pool. The prize money is split evenly between everyone who finishes in the top half. So rather than building chips to go for the win, it’s all about survival. And, of course, there are plenty of chances to qualify for the upcoming World Series of Poker.

Scheduled tournaments are also popular on, with all manner of formats and games on tap. Savvy players will head straight to the list of guaranteed events, in the hope of extracting a little value. For a site just getting started, there’s a surprisingly large list of tournaments with prize pools guaranteed. As aside from $1,000 freerolls there are various daily buy-in events. To catch the really big numbers, you need to be around on the weekend. Get warmed up on Saturday with the $30,000 event, before going all out to win the massive $100k Sunday tournament.

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