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Party poker Review

(6 votes, average 4.67 out of 5)
History
Party poker was founded in 1997, the site is online since 2001. It is headquartered in Gibraltar and quoted on the London Stock Exchange. It was the world's largest poker site before a few years, but now is around in the top 4. The reason for the drop down was that they don't allow customers from USA, but the site is still one of the best.

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Bonus

The bonus offer at Party poker is 100% bonus up to 500$ for new players. You will receive it in your account currency. To get the bonus use the current BONUS CODE: 500PP500
Review
Like you understand from its name, Party poker is all about the party. The graphics of the software are geat and the fun is guaranteed. The software is downloadable and is available for PC, MAC and Linux. The tables can be resized allowing you to take even more control of the situation.
Party poker offers two types of tournaments.
Scheduled Tournaments:
These tournaments have a fixed starting time and are pre-announced. If you want to participate in one of these tournaments, you must register before registration closes. The registration closing time will vary from tournament to tournament, but it will always be announced in advance in the Lobby.
Sit & Go Tournaments:
These tournaments are available 24/7. They start as soon as a specified number of players are seated at the tournament table.
The speed games are great for sharper players. You will enjoy the fast pace and excitement.
The competition at Party Poker is pretty soft for the small stakes no-limit games. The medium to high stakes no-limit games as well as many of the limit hold'em games are tougher than they used to be. Many of the thousands of players at this site are beginners or casual players, but some are seasoned professionals.
The customer service is available through email and phone, the replies are usually within 1 hour.



 

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