Sun Poker
Sun Poker
Name: Sun Poker
Website: www.sunpoker.com
Established: 2001
Jurisdiction: Netherlands Antilles

Poker
Score: 7/10
Bonus: 100% up to $600
Bonus Code: first600
Sun Poker is a great poker room for any tournament player who enjoys the clash of fighting hundreds or even thousands of other anxious poker players for hundreds of thousands of dollars. In 2008, it switched network from CryptoLogic to iPoker.

As is the case with most iPoker rooms, Sun Poker sports very compelling graphics. The lobby is very functional with filter options and a tree structure similar to that of Party Poker and other sites. The tables have undergone great changes that help take multi-tabling to the next level.

The game variety is on par with industry standards. Texas Hold'em is obviously there and so is Omaha and Omaha Hi/Lo. 7 Card Stud, however, comes in its plain vanilla version only without any Hi/Lo alternatives. On the positive side, Sun Poker offers a comprehensive one on one section, which is a greatly appreciated addition to all fans of heads-up games.

InsideBet.com and SunPoker have teamed up to offer a sign up bonus worth up to $600. To claim it, you must enter coupon code first600 when you create your account. You enter this in the coupon code field located on the third page.
Currencies: US Dollars, British Pounds, Euros

Deposit Methods: Neteller, Citadel, Firepay, MasterCard, Visa, ECP, Wire Transfer, Checks

Languages: English



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