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General Information
24/7 Support Yes
Support Email
Payout 4.98
Bonus Match 100%
Deposit Bonus: $500

Party Poker is one of the biggest and best poker rooms in the world, with tremendous player volume, competitive promotions, tons of special events, a great loyalty program and amazing tournaments and cash games.

Once the biggest online room in the world, Party Poker has been playing catch up since 2006 when it moved out of the U.S. market and it finally appears to once again be on the upswing.

Play is definitely on the soft side, especially at the lower-limits of Hold'em and Omaha. Ridiculously soft in some cases, especially in tournament.

Party Poker also has a killer team of pros that includes stars like Mike Sexton, Tony G and Kara Scott as well as up-and-comers like Stewart Scott, Ian Frazer, Remy Biechel, Felipe “Mojave” Ramos and Bodo Sbrzesny.

Publically traded on the London Stock Exchange, Party Poker is arguably the most secure online poker room in the world with certification from eGaming, GamCare and eCOGRA.

Games offered are all variations of Texas Hold'em, Omaha, Omaha Hi-Lo, Seven-Card Stud and Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo. Because of its size and geographical diversity, action at Party Poker can be found in pretty much any game at any hour, although the biggest events tend to run at European peak hours.

A major software redesign last year has also added a lot of great new features, including crisper graphics, a quick-seat feature, a live-action preview, customized player images and several enhanced multi-tabling options.

Last year PartyGaming, owner of Party Poker, purchased the World Poker Tour which has made Party Poker the best source for WPT satellites.

Real-money player statistics as of April 2010 show 9500 ring-game players at peak hours and 60000 tournament players at peak hours.