InterPoker is unknown to most poker players, despite its release in 2001. Casino players may already recognize the brand through InterCasino. It’s better than the average room, but the dull visual interface brings down the experience quite a bit. However in terms of stability and functionality the software does a good job. The room has been expanding heavily since 2005 and sees a lot of traffic in Texas Hold’em games. The variety is a bit low and does not include turbo mode. Last but not least, we should mention that the competition is very soft here due to the many former casino players who are recently introduced to poker.
The visual interface is nothing you’d hang in a Christmas tree, but despite the lack of good-looking graphics, software is fast and reliable. The game speed is of average kind which leaves a lot of players running with at least two tables up. The settings are quite feature packed; you can change the looks of the colors, add four color decks, disable play money tables, chip animations, card animations, hand values, locations of players, bet amounts, dealer voices and more. If you want to take a look at your recently played hands, look at log viewer which will take care of that for you. It’s not a bad client at all, in fact, the only issue we have with it is the brown-red graphics interface. It’s about as exciting as a bag of stone.
InterPoker grew to a significant number of real money players. Simultaneously connected players now exceed 3500 during peak hours, which is enough to create some serious competition even at higher levels. Approximately 70% of the players reside in Texas Hold’em tables.
The tournaments are usually quite popular at Inter Poker. You will find anything ranging from $2 buy-ins to a massive $300, although these aren’t very filled. Over 95% of the sit’n’go tables are Texas Hold’em and scheduled games are usually strictly Texas Hold’em, ranging around the $20 buy-in regions. In other words, nothing special but not that shabby either.
A mediocre game variety is offered here. Texas Hold’em is played in No Limit, Pot Limit and Fixed Limit. Omaha and Omaha Hi/Lo is offered as well in Pot and Fixed Limits. 7 Card Stud is Fixed Limit only. If you are looking for Texas Hold’em heads-ups, you will be happy to know that there are plenty of tables supporting this. A big plus is the big stake tables supported here, ranging up to $150/$300 Fixed Limit, or $25/$50 in No Limit.
If you are looking for a poker room with soft competition, this may be one of the best online rooms for that specific purpose. Many casino players are converting to this network and are usually new to poker. Most of them play at medium stake levels while some are spotted even at $10/$20 and above. Viewed flops reach 65% and above on low stakes and 40% on high stakes.Sign Up Bonus
You can claim 100% up to $150. To clear your bonus in poker you need to play 5 times the bonus amount in raked hands. For example a $100 bonus will require only 500 raked hands to clear. A raked hand at InterPoker is defined as any hand where at least $1 is taken as rake. This is equivalent to a $20 pot. InterPoker takes 5% rake up to a maximum of $3. An additional $500 reload bonus is also offered.
InterPoker rewards loyal players with so called “My Player Points” (MPP). These points can be earned through cash games only. One MPP is earned by playing a hand in which the rake reaches $1. 0.25 MPP is earned by playing a hand in which the rake reaches $0.25, but is below $1. These points can then be converted into special benefits, such as freerolls and more.
There is usually a bunch of promotions going on at Inter Poker. Besides the bonus, you can participate in the InterPoker Hot Spot League, a $600,000 tournament, WSOP, EPT and WPT tickets. This obviously changes from season to season, so if you want the latest goodness, take a look at the promotions page.
InterPoker offer 24/7 telephone and e-mail support. The response time is usually four hours of waiting and the replies are mostly accurate and correct. We recommend e-mail for non-urgent questions.
Deposit & Cashout Methods
Deposits: Credit Card, NETeller, FirePay, EPC, certified check, regular check, wire transfer, money order, TeleBuy and Basic 900pay.
Cashouts: Credit Card, NETeller, FirePay, Citadel, check, EPC and wire transfer.