Best Online Poker Sites
Poker sites accepting bitcoin, altcoins and real money on desktop iOS and Android reviewed for players around the world. Finding the best poker bonus using only money or bitcoin would be terrible, so we’ve checked all the options available currently, very few are worth talking about, so we don’t.
Real Money PokerAvailable in many (not all) Countries
High Security and Trust
Save Money for Bitcoin
Bitcoin Poker SitesAvailable Worldwide
Faster Deposits and Withdrawals
Gamble Your Children’s Future
Our recent favorite for new player this month is Crypto Poker Club because they run freerolls every 2 hours with a 5mBTC (0,005 BTC) prize pool.
Bitcoin poker sites aren’t necessarily the “best bet” if a player has the option to deposit with real money on poker sites. This of course assumes the player wants to accumulate more bitcoin, we just can’t imagine losing a big pot knowing it was once bitcoin over silly real money.
For those new to crypto currency, we have information explaining them as well as bitcoin prices, so knowing what currency we want to gamble with is always easy.
Real Money Poker Sites to Avoid
We don’t recommend a ton of real money poker and bitcoin poker sites below. Their software, games, customer support and/or promotions have tilted us enough to tell them to close while more players avoid them.
Any sportsbook using Ipoker Network Software, has terrible poker software. This is because Ipoker is full of bots stinking up the games.
Bet365 sports betting is cool but using Ipoker/playtech software for poker means people shouldn’t play poker on Bet365. They rent the poker software from a shady casino software developer called Playtech.
Update: Global Poker are scum bags
Even though hating PokerStars is in fashion, people forget about their $870 million fine from the State of Kentucky. We want to remind everyone that the lawsuits against Amaya always come out of their customers pockets.
We should point out that Stars Group is the company that gets sued now that Amaya has changed their name. Just in case any readers are planning to file a lawsuit against them soon.