- Weaker fields supported by the network;
- Non-stop promotions from the room – rake races, missions, etc.;
- Good NLHE and PLO traffic;
- Fast and convenient software;
- Higher rakeback – 40% fix+++
Good Game Network is a relatively young Asian poker network that has been growing very fast recently. Through some of its showcases Good Game entered the European poker market. Good Game entered the European poker market through some of its skins.
LotosPoker was part of the 888poker network for a very long time, but recently it joined the Good Game Network.
Generally, this means that the network is pretty promising and reliable.
At the moment the most stable and reliable skin of the network is the European BestPoker (in the past it was part of the Ongame network), which is well-known to many regulars.
Since most of the players in the Network are Asians the peak of traffic comes in the evenings in Southeast Asia – it corresponds to the afternoon in Europe. Overall, in the Good Game Network you can find some action pretty much all day long.
The lowest limit is NL10 – there are about 20 tables during the peak hours.
At NL25 – about 15, at NL50-100 – about 10, at NL200-400 – 5 tables per limit.
At the maximum stakes in Good Game Network – NL1k – there are from 2 to 4 tables running.
There is a decent PLO action but the traffic distribution is kind of unusual here. At all stakes from PLO10 to PLO1K the number of tables is roughly the same – from 4 to 7.
Another feature is the special Al-In or Fold tables – these are 4-max tables with a minimum buy-in of 8bb (they start from NL25 with a buy-in of $2). Given the stack sizes it’s pretty much a push/fold game. There are both Holdem (max limit is NL1K with a buy-in of $80) and Omaha (max limit is PLO800 with a buy-in of $32) tables. At all stakes up to PLO200 there are usually up to 10 tables. At higher stakes there are 2-3 tables.
The Network offers a large number of daily MTTs with guarantees of up to $4000 and buy-ins from $5. Most of the tournaments are divided into different colors depending on the speed of the tournament. The average field size rarely exceeds 200.
There are basically two main daily tournaments: Daily Mini Main Event $3,000 for a $22 buy-in and the same tournament for a $88 buy-in with $20,000 guaranteed. The main Sunday tournament is a $500 high-roller with a $25,000 prize pool.
SOFTWARE AND TRACKERS SUPPORT
Be aware – in the Good Game Network the use of any third-party software is strictly prohibited – for its use the player receives a ban with confiscation of all funds.
The client was developed by the Network and theoretically it supports all major platforms.
The client has implemented many functions aimed at entertaining amateurs – smiles, the «Run it three times» function, all-in insurance if the odds of one player are more than 67%, straddle, the ability to see the board after all players folded. The main lobby is filled with informational banners. There are tabs for different games under the logo.
This is how the cash games lobby looks like:
Tables are pretty convenient for multi-tabling. You pick a smaller table-size and choose from different background colors and decks. The default mini-table looks like that:
For all streets betsizings are set in percentages – 25, 50, 75, 100. There is also a slider presented.
DEPOSIT AND CASHOUT
The cashier is direct – you can use Visa, Skrill, Neteller.
All rake is paid by the player who lost the pot.
In Holdem the rake is 5%.
In Omaha – 3%.
- Any 3rd-patry software is prohibited.
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