We are very happy to introduce a new exclusive partnership with U.S. facing SkillBet.com and almost hysterically excited to be able to offer some of our U.S. members a fantastic $10 No Deposit Bonus!
The brand and its unique approach to online poker has started to take on really well in the online poker community. What it is that makes SkillBet.com stand out is that their online poker product is 100% legal in 28 out of the 50 states of the U.S.A!!! (see banned states below) How is this possible you ask! The answer is that SkillBet.com has increased the skill level in their product which means that the "luck-aspect" of the game is removed and that the product cannot be viewd as a "game-of-chance" from a legal point of view. Please watch the video below for more details!
SkillBet.com's CEO Paul Behrman, recently explained the "added skills" concept in an interview with Bluff Magazine: "The way it works is that it adds skill to a game that we think has a heck of a lot of skill anyways. It adds skill in the following way. You and I are dealt the same hand and we both play against the five same computer opponents. If I win $10 with ace-queen of clubs and you win $15 with ace-queen of clubs, then you outplayed me to the tune of $5, and then we go to the next hand. Let’s say were both dealt king-nine and you fold, but I play. Your screen switches so you’re watching me play. You know my hand, and so it’s a little like watching poker on television. You’re watching me, knowing my hand and hoping I lose, because if I lose $5 on that hand you win $5 on that hand".
SkillBet.com is offering U.S. BankrollMob members a $10 No Deposit Bonus!
Please make sure that you're NOT a resident of any of the banned states that are listed below before you claim your free money bankroll.
Residents of the following states are NOT allowed to claim this bonus offer: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont and Washington.
The video below explains how you play poker with added skills at SkillBet.com:
Great news for US mobsters, I bet many of them must be thrilled for reading this. I already heard about SkillBet.com, but I don’t know if I understood the concept behind it. I’m one of those who thinks there’s nothing better to understand something than to try it, but when I buy new electronics, I always take a look to the instructions book before messing around a lot with the buttons, and this room would need similar activity to guarantee I won’t be winning or losing without knowing why did that happen. Just hope to read some threads from US players telling us about their experience at this room!
I don't get it,....if online gambling is illegal in the U.S., then what's with this...? I keep seeing some of our Yankee friends complaining about not being able to play poker,...yet they talk about playing poker on SOME sites...
So is it actually legal or illegal,...or is there some sort of grey area concerning some sites being able to slip through the cracks...?
That's the thing to, besides the U.S. putting their nose in poker back a couple years ago, it's made it worse on these fkin states that conservative. I'm a conservative when it comes to welfare, Obama Care and most other Federally controlled spending ventures, but simple things like pot smokers (which I do not do) and poker, etc. These states will be on the last of the list to allow the things like this no to be implemented. As you can guess I'm in Indiana the opportunity state.
i jumped at this but now that i have converted much of it this site appeared to have dwindled with players, now much to my disconcert not only are they not accepting new players but there are no new games available and i cant even log in and all my email has gone unanswered from their support
It's for US players and I believe some of them remained on this site and forum even though they got limited opportunities if it's come to playing poker online. The one thing thats interesting for me that even though it's an offer for US players, half of the states already banned from participating - so they limited further their userbase before even one of them got his take on the actual offer.