iPoker Poker Rooms

The iPoker network is one of the largest and most well-known places to play poker online, the network even won the ERG award for 2012 Poker Network of the Year.  There are tons of different skins meaning iPoker has a massive player base gambling at the tables all day and night.  The iPoker network is an excellent choice for a player that is looking for a place to play poker online.  The network runs a wide variety of cash games and tournaments at many different buy in levels and game types, making sure you are never waiting long for the cards to hit the felt.
    Many of the iPoker members have sportsbooks and online casinos, making the poker tables very loose and easy to win.  Blackjack, Roulette, Jacks or Better, Craps, Deuces Wild and 3 Card Poker are some of the casino games offered here.  The sites for iPoker share traffic with each other so having more than 1 iPoker pokerroom would be redundant.
    The ring games start at $.01/.02, $.02/.04 and $.05/.10.  Sit & gos start at $1 and move up slowly.  There is good traffic and the competition is soft at these stakes.  There is a good range of mid-high stake tournaments along with lots of low limit tournaments to choose from for iPoker players.

iPoker Network Promotions

One of the biggest reasons for iPokers large player base is their rewarding promotions.  One of their most popular promotions at the moment is the Golden Handshake.  The Golden Handshake promotion gives away $50 in cash for every 25,000 hands played at cash game tables.  Players can even win extra money for just being involved in the hand!  Another big promotion at iPoker is the iPoker Online Poker Series III, which consist of five main events and a $1,000,000 guaranteed prize pool.  There are satellites to these tournaments running around the clock so be sure to not miss out on the exciting action, the series runs from October to December.

Freerolls and Freebies

One of the best benefits of playing on a network as large as iPoker is the numerous free-rolls everyday across all the different skins.  The abundant amount of quality skins that run daily free-rolls on the iPoker networks makes playing here a great idea if your bankroll is running low and needs a quick bump on short notice.  These free-rolls tend to be rather soft and easy to cash despite the large number of player as many of them are fish who give away all of their chips in the first few rounds.

Ring Games

iPoker's many skins allow for its ring games to be running around the clock, seven days a week, a problem many sites have had problems with since Black Friday.  While action at the high stakes can be slow during non-primetime hours the low and medium stakes have a healthy player base on the tables at all times.  iPoker runs all of the most popular ring games such as no limit Texas holdem, limit Holdem, Omaha as well as many other stud and draw variants, letting you play your favorite game from the comfort of your own home.  The ring game tables are almost always full of new players due to the large player base and good bonus offers from the top skins.

iPoker Tournaments

iPoker runs a large number of tournaments every week, ranging from smaller buyins to high stakes tournaments such as their famous iPoker Online Poker Series. The iPoker Online Poker Series consists of five no limit Texas holdem tournaments with buy ins ranging from a $40 rebuy tournament to a $300 high roller freezout.  The guarantees for the online series range from $50,00 all the way up to $550,000.  Every week there is a $150,000 guarantee with a $75 buy in and a $250,000 with a $300 buy in, in addition it is not rare to see overlays in some of their small to mid buy in tournaments.  Satellites for these tournaments as well as like poker tournaments like the Asian Poker Tour, Irish Open and Aussie Millions can be found running around the clock.

iPoker Network FAQ

Can you play at a iPoker site on a Mac? There is currently no Mac clients for any of the iPoker rooms, but if you really want to play here on a Mac, you can use Virtual PC software. You can read more about it in our Mac Poker section.