There are several poker networks that players can choose to play on. We only promote networks that are well established and respected. With that in mind some are better than others. A player should feel confident with the site they are playing on and the information here will help with that. Each site on a poker network is called a skin.
The challenge in today’s day and age is finding a poker site that allows players from certain countries, especially for players in the United States. We list all the poker networks right here at your finger tips and everyone of them accepts players from the US. We also only list the poker skins that we feel are the best on each network. Poker skins do not allow a player to have more than one application open at a time from the same network.
Bovada Poker – Bovada Poker uses it’s own proprietary poker software and they are the only ones on their network. Bovada has a well established name in online gaming and continues to be one of the best and most secure places to play.
Merge Poker Network –The Merge Poker network is the biggest that allows players from the US to play on. It’s the home for some very large sites like Carbon Poker and most of the bigger skins have VIP Rewards programs in place.
Other sites also on the Merge Network are:
Sportsbook Poker – Once again open to new US players.
Revolution Poker Network – The Revolution Poker network has had it’s ups and downs but remains a very solid option for players. The flagship site is Lock Poker and it’s also the host for nearly 100 smaller skins. We only recommend Lock Poker and Intertops on this network. The network has a gold card program and a gold chip program where players can earn some extra cash by selling the cards or using them to enter tournaments. Some tournaments can be bought into by using the gold chips.
Winning Poker Network – Winning Poker claims to be a 3D poker network but we simply don’t find the graphics or the client to be very good. Winning Poker recently became the home for America’s Cardroom and it’s our understanding that a lot of work is being put into the software and we’re being told that the software gets better every day.