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Full review of Full Tilt Poker

Full Tilt Poker

The software is easy to use and the play is fast. The hand history is graphic--the best in the business. The sign-up bonus is generous and pays out in $20 increments. The game variety is good. Most action is in Texas Holdem and Omaha Holdem, but there are other games, including stud and HORSE. The traffic is very good, peaking around 65,000. With so much traffic, you can use table selection to find some soft games. The multi-table and sit-&-go tournament structures are good. Tournaments are varied and plentiful.
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Full review of Party Poker

Party Poker

PartyPoker is a high-traffic site with numbers approaching 100,000 in peak times, providing a treasure of fairly soft players in a good variety of standard games. Plenty of multi-table tournaments start throughout the day, sit-&-go tournaments fill up rapidly, and you can find a seat in a cash game immediately. Tournament buy-ins fit all bankrolls, and satellites are always running. The software is fast and you can turn off the odd characters to simplify your table.
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Full review of Ultimate Bet

Ultimate Bet

UltimateBet offers a wide range of games with a wide range of competition levels. The software is designed to facilitate playing poker online. Using options, you have more control than usual over the look and feel of the playing tables. Tournament fields are smaller than those at the highest-traffic sites. The tournament structures are good. Total traffic for tournaments and cash games places UltimateBet in the top five online poker rooms. The current sign-up bonus is 100% up to $500.
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Full review of Pacific Poker

Pacific Poker

Pacific Poker's best quality is its abundance of players who like to gamble. Pacific is related to Casino On Net, which provides the poker-for-fun traffic. The software is fairly good, but Pacific limits you to one open table. The tournament structures are faster than ideal, but loose players succumb to heavy blinds ideally fast. Traffic is good. The sign-up bonus is not great, but by playing, you get bonus points redeemable for cash.
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Full review of Absolute Poker

Absolute Poker

Most of the action at Absolute Poker is on low-stakes, 6-max Holdem tables. The cash games are usually loose with a high percentage of players staying for more cards. The software's features are good and you can download table skins to improve the graphics. Most tournaments are Texas Holdem, with frequent freerolls. Support is by email only but responses are usually quick. The sign-up bonus and weekly reload bonuses are generous.
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Full review of Pacific Poker

Pacific Poker

Competition  Pacific Poker has some of the softest games on the Internet. Many players come from Casino On Net to play poker for fun. They like to gamble and they are loose. For some time, Pacific had only limit games. Now it has no limit and pot limit. You will find many players who mistakenly use fixed-limit strategies in the no limit and pot limit games. Typically, 40% to 60% see the flop.
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Full review of Party Poker

Party Poker

Competition  With one of the two highest player counts on the Internet and peristent advertising to bring in new players every week, PartyPoker provides some of the easiest games at all levels. You will find 25% to 40% seeing the flop at 10-seat tables and 35% to 50% at 6-seat tables.
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Full review of Titan Poker

Titan Poker

Competition  The games are soft with high percentages of players seeing the flop and playing unaggressively. Many players are casino gamblers who play for fun.
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Full review of Bodog

Bodog

Competition  Bodog has some of the loosest games online. Full tables with 50% of players seeing the flop are common. And many players like to go all-in with only a pair.
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Full review of InterPoker

InterPoker

Competition  InterPoker has some soft poker competition, largely because some of its clientele come from related casinos to play poker as a diversion from their first games of choice, blackjack, craps, and so on. Even at ten-handed tables, you will see players at the flop in the 40% to 50%+ range. The tournaments are relatively easy too because they do not yet attract tournament pros routinely.
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Full review of Absolute Poker

Absolute Poker

Competition  Since most of Absolute Poker's games are low stakes, you will not find many sharks in these waters. See-the-flop percentages for the predominant 6-seat tables typically range from 50% to 80%. Tournament competition is relatively soft. You do not find the online tournament pros here that you find in abundance on some sites.
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Full review of Full Tilt Poker

Full Tilt Poker

Competition  Except at the highest stakes, competition is moderate to soft. At high stakes, you can find professional players who are famous in live or online play. The 9-seat tables, as usual, are significantly tighter than the 6-seat tables.
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Full review of Poker Room

Poker Room

Competition  The competition on full cash tables is moderate, with typically 30% to 36% of players seeing the flop. Many players here like to go all in improperly. The competition on short-handed cash tables is looser but the 5-seat structure helps the weak players to play closer to optimum accidentally. Tournament competition in lower buy-ins is just average, but somewhat higher than average in the higher buy-ins, $100 and up. Because PokerRoom has many European players, there are many off-work casual players in the American daytime.
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