- – Weak players field
- – Regular bonus offers
- – Big amount of freerolls
- – Great VIP programm
- – Mobile friendly with all features
- – Browser client version
Briefly – RedKings poker has been around since 2006, initially as part of the Ongame Network. Following the network’s closure in 2016, RedKings moved to the Microgaming Network (MPN), which certainly improved the traffic.
RedKings Poker offers a very good signup offer, you can take advantage of up to €1,500 first deposit bonus and additional rakeback of up to 30% as part of the Loyalty program.
For more information on the games, bonuses, and traffic, please read our full RedKings Poker review below.
Many of the players in MPN’s player pool are mainly casino and sports enthusiasts due to the long list of MPN skins dedicated to those products. This makes the playing field very easy to beat, which combined with the solid traffic is a good reason to make RedKings poker one of your main poker rooms.
RedKings Poker is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission, so rest assured, all of their services are closely monitored.
Now that RedKings poker is part of the busy MPN network, the player pool is pretty large and there is sufficient traffic throughout the day. Naturally, most of it is on NL Hold’em where you will find at least a dozen tables running on micro and low stakes. There are also a few live tables on NL50 and 2 or 3 on NL100. Then on NL200 and higher, the action gradually dies down.
Heads-up traffic is also pretty great, you can easily find an opponent up to NL1000. In peak hours there are usually 2 tables on NL2000 and one on NL5000. Same goes for Omaha heads-up, there are multiple high stakes tables at all levels. The rest of the Omaha tables are regular 6-seaters and the traffic is steady up to €0.50/1 buy-ins.
The fast-fold variant called Blaze barely attracts any attention, most of the time the tables are empty with the exception of micro stakes where 20-30 players compete in the evenings.
SNGs are not very popular either, even the low buy-in ones take forever to start. There is decent traffic on Hold’em tournaments, but if you’re a multi-tabler, you will have to diversify your buy-ins in order to get enough volume.
SOFTWARE AND TRACKERS SUPPORT
RedKings Poker‘s software is available for download on Windows and Mac devices. You can choose from two different versions of the software – the Classic poker client and the new Prima Poker client. Both clients are powered by the fast and reliable Microgaming software. The Classic client has more of a retro look, while the Prima client features a more modern design and user interface. Unfortunately, HUDs such as Holdem Manager and PokerTracker are not supported.
You can also play online poker using the Instant play client on the website. If you prefer mobile, RedKings Poker’s got you covered as well, there is an app for Android and iPhone/iPad. The mobile version even supports multi-table tournaments play.
DEPOSITS AND WITHDRAWAL METHODS
RedKings Poker accepts the most commonly used payment options such as Visa, Mastercard, Skrill, Neteller, and Webmoney. You can use the same payment methods for deposits and withdrawals.
When you request a withdrawal, the payment will remain in pending status until midnight GMT on the following day. Then your withdrawal will be processed on the next business day. You may be asked to upload an ID for verification in order to cash out your winnings.
- Low traffic on 6-seater high stakes cash games
- Low SNG traffic
- No HUDs supported
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