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CD Poker Review

Updated July 29, 2005

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Club Dice Poker (CD Poker) is a new, smaller poker room that offers a very nice deposit bonus. While there are relatively few players in this poker room, there are still plenty of no-limit hold'em games, ranging from micro-limits to $10-$20 blinds. CD Poker is on the same network as Noble Poker, so most of this review will be similar to the Noble Poker review.

Signup Bonus
Click on this link to get a special 50% bonus up to $400 bonus. (You have to use a link from our site to get the bonus.) Please note: It takes 500 "CD Points" to work off every $10 in bonus. It may take awhile to work off this bonus, especially for low-stakes no-limit games.

Cashouts tend to be a little slow at Club Dice. Generally, you should receive a cashout to Neteller in about four days. However, they have been improving their cashout policies lately. They used to ask for players to fax or email their ID before they would process any cashouts. From what I can tell, they no longer have this policy for most withdrawals. However, they still do for credit card withdrawals, which is common.

Since this is a new poker room, there currently are not that many players here. However, the games that are played here are soft. There are some okay low-limit Hold'em games. However, the best games at CD Poker are the No-Limit Hold'em games. The No-Limit Hold'em games are fairly popular and are played at a variety of limits. These games tend to be softer than most online poker rooms' no-limit games.

Customer Support
Club Dice has an extensive customer support team and offers email, phone, and live chat support. However, some of the agents are not as knowledgeable about poker as you'd hope they would be.

Ring Games offered
Texas Holdem, Omaha, Omaha hi-lo

Ring Games stakes
Fixed-Limit: $.02-$.04 up to $10-$20
No-Limit/Pot-Limit: $.02-$.04 up to $5-$10

Tournaments Offered
Hold'em (fixed-limit, PL and NL)

Tournament Buy-ins
Heads-up: From $1 up to $100
Single-Table: From $1 up to $30
Multi-Table: $2 up to $200

Minimum Deposit: $20

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Create an account and get up to $88 no deposit required, use our link.

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