Joined: Jan '10
Location: United States
Age: 32 (M)
I have made deposits before with oddsmaker and ultimatebet...Im looking to make another deposit today but i would like to hear what you have to say...I want to know what site offers the best promos...But really the main thing i would like to know is what site offers the best tournaments for your money im leaning towards full tilt right now but i would just like to hear your opinions before i make my deposit somewhere
Joined: Apr '08
Age: 34 (M)
Pokerstars have the biggest guaranteed tournaments by far ... but also the hardest average competition. Easy and fast cash out/deposits, i have never had ANY problems with pokerstars, it havent even crashed/freezed one single time. If you want to play cg i recommend full tilt thou.
Joined: Mar '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 43 (M)
If i want to play a cash game I can play it at any time of the day. f you want to play a $20 tourn you have to wait untill it starts, if you are ony on 1 site you will have to play it when they say, if on lots of sites you should be able to find one that is running at the time you want t to play.
Joined: Feb '08
Age: 63 (M)
full tilt and pokerstars are both very good sites , a lot of trafic also on both sites but you do have other good sites , depends on what you are really looking for so i would say google a bit and make a decision after you have googled .
Joined: Dec '08
Age: 63 (M)
Posted by gatorcountry: ...But really the main thing i would like to know is what site offers the best tournaments for your money im leaning towards full tilt right now but i would just like to hear your opinions before i make my deposit somewhere
You better give some details on what you are looking for...; do you want to play MTT's or SnG's? In what range of buy-ins are you thinking? Freeze-out or rebuys? Small field or up to 5000 players? At what times are you playing? The more details you give the better advice we can give you.
Joined: Oct '09
Age: 59 (M)
I've tried about 8 sites, and far and away my favourites are Full Tilt and Pokerstars. I play on Full Tilt right now because that's where I got my no deposit bonus, and it takes AGES on low limits to earn the points, but they have good deals with satellites and such. And an amazing choice of tournament, sit&go's etc. A LOT of choices/chances to play all kinds of poker, especially the many low and other buy-ins. Pokerstars I play little because I only have about $5 there (through a freeroll and then building up on fixed limit 2/4c tables (safer for no bankroll), and then some "double-up s&g's if you like. They have an amazing multitude of possiblilities in game types as well. Both sites are excellent, and if you feel like Full Tilt, I'd say go for it! Good luck on the tables!
Joined: Jun '09
Age: 42 (M)
Hello everybody! It is true that Pokerstars and Full Tilt are really excellent site. A small preference still PokerStars if you want to play mtt at all hours with many participants. Otherwise right now I try PKR lot except that not the best choice if you love to play multiple tables at once. But I feel there is no donk though for now they take all my dollars with the river as David Copperfield lol
I think PS and FTP have the best tournaments option, but I prefer Full Tilt, that is more friendly for me, and the Full Tilt Store much better like PS VIP Shop And maybe the iPoker has the 2nd/3rd tournaments option
Joined: Jan '09
Location: New Zealand
Age: 34 (M)
It depends on how much you can deposit and how much you're willing to spend in a tourney buyin. For instance Big bet poker's 50k guaranteed costs 109$ for buyin and its run network wide always have overlays nearly 10k$ which is extremely good value.
If you're looking for small tourney buyins that is not stars or FTP then microgaming has some nice small tourneys except you might want to just stick to unibet or ladbrokes on that network. Cake network also have many small tourneys with good payout structure.
FTP has alot going for it. Lots a freerolls, low buy in tourny's. SnG's that run continuously, easy bonus and lots of way to earn rewards points through: 1.regular play 2. iron man challenges 3, FTP Academy points The merchendise in the stores is diverse and good quality. I'd like to see points redeemable for buy in's @ major WPT and WSOP tournys, but that's just an opinion.