Bwin is one of the largest sites on the popular OnGame network. Offering slick graphics, solid traffic and multiple poker variants it’s easy to see why. For added convenience it has a download and no-download version. In addition, Bwin offer sports betting and casino games.
Conclusion: All the benefits of the OnGame network (lots of fish and nice bonuses) with none of the drawbacks (horrible software). Seems like a winning proposition to us.
As mentioned, Bwin comes with two options – download or no. The download version looks good, with a semi-Bodog feel about it. The graphics are nice and the table layouts are smooth and simple, making multi-tabling a dream. You can play directly into your browser in the non-download version, built for those of us too lazy to right-click and hit ‘Save As…’
Conclusion: Looks good and no obvious bugs or glitches. Something about the simple themes and layout just does it for us.
As mentioned, Bwin is the largest site on the already-large OnGame network. In short, there’s no shortage (do you see what I did there?). Their traffic is summed up in their ability to host a monthly $500k tournament.
Conclusion: A lot of people like to donk around after a sportsbetting flutter but it’s not the busiest site out there.