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Titan Poker Review and Bonus Code

Overall
87
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Ease of Competition
87
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Tournaments
85
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Customer Service
82
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Software
84
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Overview
Titan Poker is a large poker room that frequently offers special bonuses and promotions for PokerTips.org readers. This site probably offers the best promotions of any site reviewed on PokerTips. Titan's player base recently increased following a merge with a smaller network.

They also have interesting jackpot Sit-'N'-Go promotions. Most of the games played on Titan Poker are no-limit hold'em games, though shorthanded fixed-limit hold'em is also popular for small stakes.

Bonus
Use bonus code tips to get a 200% bonus up to $2000. In terms of size, this is an industry-leading first-time deposit bonus. However, please realize that it takes a long time to work off this bonus. See our Titan Poker Bonus Review for more details.

Promotions
Titan Poker runs a lot of nice promotions. First-time depositors receive four tokens that can be used in any $2,500 depositors freeroll which are held every other Thursday.

They also send players to a variety of live tournaments around the world. Most of their other promotions are basically different variations on awarding players rakeback without having to call it rakeback.

Tournaments
This site's scheduled tournaments are littered with satellites and small buy-in tournaments with guaranteed prize pools. A strong selection of sit-n-gos are available, including jackpot tournaments that award big payouts to players who win a certain number of tournaments in a row. For example, there is a $25,000 jackpot to anyone who wins 6 consecutive $20+$3.50 6-max tournaments. Notice that the increased entry fee for these jackpot sit-n-gos render them a bad investment for players of nearly every skill ability.

Titan Poker's premier tournament is a Sunday $200,000 event with a buy-in of $200+$15.

Software
The iPoker software has it's share of annoying bugs but overall isn't terrible. Multi-table tournament lobbies seem to have quite a few bugs when it comes to keeping stats like 'Players Remaining' updated.

Titan Poker is translated into six languages.

Competition Level
In general, the competition is slightly easier here than at most sites. The limit hold'em games can be a mixed bag. For low stakes, they are very soft, but often are harder at higher levels. The no-limit games tend to be consistently softer here than at most other online sites. However, the $2/$4 no-limit games (and higher) are starting to get tougher.

Customer Service
Titan Poker 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 Hold'em, Omaha, Omaha hi-lo, 7-card stud, 7-card stud hi-lo, 5-card stud

Fixed Limits: $.02-$.04 to $300-$600
NL & PL Blinds: $.01-$.02 to $100-$200

Tournaments Offered
Hold'em (fixed-limit, PL and NL), Omaha PL, Omaha hi-lo (fixed-limit and PL), 7 Card Stud

Heads-Up: $1 to $1,000
Single-Table: $1 to $200
Multi-Table: $2 to $200

Minimum Deposit
$20
 


Free Money Offers
$88
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