IDNPoker Review – Playing Online Poker
Compared to traditional casinos, online poker gambling is more convenient. Players can play more tables and see more hands per hour. In addition, online casinos have lower overhead costs and can offer low stakes. A player with a 5% win rate earns about $24 an hour. However, online poker players are more likely to see improbable bad beats, and sometimes randomly large pots.
One of the major poker networks, IDNPoker, is focused on the Asian market. The network started in Cambodia and opened its doors in 2010. Since then, the site has grown to become the third largest network in the world. It is also the largest network in Asia, and holds a BMM RNG certificate.
IDNPoker’s success has largely been attributed to its large promotional campaign in Asian countries. The company has been involved in local charity events and gaming conferences. Unlike other online poker networks, IDNPoker has never promoted its services in the Western market. This is a problem because there are allegations that the site deals in non-random cards. This may favour certain players, and may discourage new players from joining.
The company offers games at a variety of stakes, and offers an API Integration service for skins. There are over 200 skins on the IDN Poker website.
The company uses an HTML5 client for desktop computers, which means there is no download needed. Its lobby features a minimalistic design. It also does not feature waiting lists.