Paradise Poker - ParadisePoker.com Review
With over 10,000 players at peak hours, Paradise Poker is one of
the largest poker networks online. Established in 1999, they are
also one of the oldest.
Paradise offers many benefits to players, whether it's
your first time playing online or you're a seasoned pro. From
micro limit ring games to multi table tournaments with hundreds
of players and everything in between, Paradise Poker offers
something for everyone.
The software, available as a free download, is designed around a tropical island theme and is user friendly and attractive. There are tabs to choose the game you want to play in, including Hold'em, No-limit Hold'em, Omaha, 7 Card Stud and miscellaneous games like 5 Card Draw, 5 Card Stud, Pineapple and even Blackjack!
Limit Holdem is spread from .02/.04 up to 40/80 and no-limit from a $2 buy-in up to $500. The 40/80 games are sporadic, usually running full in the evening but there are games up to and including 20/40 around the clock. Omaha/8 is offered in limit from .50/1 to 10/20 and in pot-limit with buy-ins from $50 up to $400. Omaha high, 7 Card Stud, 7 Card Stud high/low, Pineapple, 5 Card Draw, 5 Card Stud and even Blackjack are all also offered in the poker room to make Paradise one of the leaders in game selection and options.
There are one-on-one games and tournaments available as well as sit-n-gos (called mini tournaments) with buy-ins from $6 up to $109 at all times.
In addition to the 24-hour ring game options above, ParadisePoker.com runs around 50 multi-table tournaments every day with buy-ins ranging from $1 up to $250. They also offer some tournaments that allow rebuys and add-ons. Because of the amount of tournaments and range of buy-ins, Paradise offers a tournament for everyone. There are also daily $50,000 and $20,000 guaranteed tournaments and a $100,000 guaranteed tournament every Sunday.
Paradise Poker offers something for everyone from the micro limit player to the high rollers and tournament professionals. When coupled with the amount of games running around the clock, they may be the only room you ever need to play at.
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