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PokerTime Review

Overall
79
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Ease of Competition
86
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Tournaments
74
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Customer Service
80
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Software
88
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Please note: PokerTime does not accept real-money players from the United States.

Overview
PokerTime is a skin on the medium-sized MicroGaming network. However, their players do not compete against other MicroGaming players. PokerTime players and players from one other site (Cool Hand Poker) are on an exclusive network of their own. For these reasons, the player pool at PokerTime is exceptionally small.

PokerTime is giving $10 free to PokerTips.org readers simply for creating an account. Players can earn an additional $20 for free by collecting "poker points". This is one of the best no-deposit bonuses available online.

Bonus
PokerTime offers an interesting bonus that can result in earning up to $30 free.

Players automatically get $10 free upon registration. Another $10 is awarded after 50 poker points have been collected. Players who earn 50 poker points following that will receive a final $10 free.

A player who deposits gets an extra $20 free and a bonus of 100% up to $600. Overall, these bonuses at PokerTime are about as good as you'll find anywhere.

Promotions
Most of PokerTime's promotions are pretty simple and revolve around boosting player's bankrolls based on playing volume. It's worth checking in on the site each month to see what promotions they are offering. Most of their promotions are pretty short-term.

They also send players to major live tournaments around the world fairly regularly.

Tournaments
The tournaments at PokerTime are small and infrequent. Most of their tournaments with a buy-in of over €5 draw fewer than 100 players. They do offer a lot of freerolls which lure quite a lot of interest.

Software
The software is smooth and easy to use. They have made improvements to it recently to make it even more user-friendly than it already was. Their website offers a no-download avenue for gameplay.

Competition Level
The competition at PokerTime is about average. Their most popular games at the short-handed no-limit games which is nice since these are also probably the softest games on the network.

Customer Service
PokerTime rolls out the red carpet in terms of customer service. They offer live web support, email support, as well as phone support which is kind of a dying commodity in online poker it seems.

Ring Games Offered
Texas Hold'em, Omaha

Fixed Limits: €0.05-€0.10 to €5-€10
NL & PL Blinds: €0.10-€0.20 to €5-€10

Tournaments Offered
Single Table: Fixed-Limit Hold'em, NL Hold'em, and Pot-Limit Omaha
Multi Table: Fixed-Limit and NL Hold'em

Heads-Up: €0.10 to €5.50
Single-Table: €0.10 to €53
Multi-Table: €0.10 to €110

Minimum Deposit
$20
 


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