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One of the most popular online poker sites and one of the largest poker rooms in the world, it has thousand of players logging everyday. It is a sister site of Online Party Poker. Players can play at three tables simultaneously, and a variant of pokers like Texas Hold’em, Omaha High, Omaha 8, Seven Card Stud and Stud 8 are offered. The online poker network of Empire Poker and Party Poker is the world’s largest in ring game traffic.
More about Empire Poker –
It is commonly referred to as a ‘Party Poker skin’, as Empire Poker uses the same software as the Party Poker, however with a different look to the site.
It is a good option for poker beginners as it offers less tough games compared to other sites and provides game rules, strategies and other aid. It disfavors low limit games and so rakes are not very attractive. Empire Poker is running a poker school providing chat facility and poker lessons with the 1991 WSOP champion, Brad Daugherty as the dean. It plans introducing re-buys and add-ons to some of its multi-table tournaments.
Features of Empire Poker –
Empire Poker has a new spokes gal, Traci Bingham, the former ‘Baywatch’ star. Empire Poker offers single-table, multi-table and sit-and-go tournaments. It also offers a 20% bonus on the first deposit up to $100.
Empire Poker and Party Poker – How are they related?
The parent company, iGlobalMedia (now called Party Gaming) developed Party Poker. Initially, Empire Poker was one of the sites belonging to Empire Online. In 2005, with a dispute between these two, Empire Poker along with other Party Poker skins was separated from the Party Poker network (WPC network). Gradually, all these sites were acquired by the larger sites and merged into them. Party Poker bought Empire Poker and merged it back into WPC network.
Like casinos, Empire Poker offers Player Rewards and a VIP club. The more one plays, more are the rewards, while Party Poker does not offer any of these.
Empire Poker and Party Poker offer different multi-table tournaments. However, the tournaments on the Empire Poker are easier compared to those on the Party Poker, with the players having more chances of winning. Party Poker, however, offers larger tournaments.
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