Winner Poker - Bonus and Promotions
There’s a super-competitive sign-up bonus of 250% up to £1,250. Once in, new depositors will receive entry to daily $25 Welcome Freerolls, as well as to a $250 Weekly Depositors Freeroll. A generous VIP programme will give you access to exclusive points freeroll tournaments and merchandise.
Conclusion: Juicy bonus, excellent VIP programme
WinnerPoker is a sleek, funky-looking site on the iPoker Network that offers great player-liquidity and a good choice of tournaments to suit all pockets. The site began life as an online resource, educating gamblers on optimal strategies for betting on poker, casino games, sports betting and horseracing, and today, as an online poker operator, it retains aspects of that instructional focus, offering plenty of advice on how to play profitably, which makes it a great place for beginners to get stuck into the game.
Thanks to the iPoker Network, Winner Poker offers a great mix of cash games and thousands of tournaments every month, with buy-ins ranging from $1 all the way up to $5,000, as well as the monthly $200k guaranteed and the opportunity to win big on their “Jackpot SnGs”. There’s also the chance to play in the hugely popular iPops series, which, in 2013 offered $1.2m in guaranteed tournament prizes.
Soft games, due to the crossover between casino, sportsbetting and bingo players, plus good player liquidity and a fantastic variety of cash games and tournaments makes this one a winner.
Conclusion: Looks great, plays great, good site for beginners
The iPoker Network’s Playtech software offers a fast-moving and simple user-friendly interface with all the features you’d expect, such as resizable tables for multi-tabling, auto top-up, player notes, hand-strength indicator, game history and more.
Conclusion: At the top end of software design. Playtech run good at that.
No problem here – the iPoker Network is huge, meaning at peak times there are around 7000 players at the cash games and thousands more playing multi-table tournaments. You shouldn’t have a problem getting a game whatever flavour of poker you prefer.
Conclusion: More traffic than Oxford Street