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Titan Poker has only been going since September 2005, but it is already one of the biggest players in the iPoker network. With its aggressive marketing and stable product, as well as some of the sector's best bonus offers and events, Titan Poker has built up a stable base of players. Titan Poker has set its sights high and is doing everything it can to become one of the leaders in the sector. The road ahead is arduous, although it bodes well for its players, who will be taken care of at Titan Poker.
As Titan Poker's parent company also offers casino games, they have included the ability to play these, too, directly in the client. The games offered are relatively simple casino games, although the impression is that they have looked at games that will interest poker players, such as Black Jack, Deuces Wild, Casino Hold´em, Caribbean Poker and Craps. All the games are very polished with great graphics. Including the strong link to the casino
Titan Poker´s VIP system is one of the most interesting ones in the sector. The more you play, the higher your VIP status, giving you special invites to tournaments, cash back, reload bonuses and invites to freerolls with highly enticing prizes, such as WSOP seats.
Titan Poker gives you a lot in return, something that is immediately apparent. Once we set up our account and opened the cashier for the first time, a chat screen popped open from their support services, offering an invitation to a freeroll as well as an extra bonus on top of their usual 100% up to $500. A great initiative!
PlayTech are responsible for the software and servers in the iPoker network, of which Titan Poker is a member. The client is available in several different languages. The client's colour scheme is clean and clear, making a nice impression. The buddy list is well developed and the search functionality makes it easy to find who you're looking for.
The lobby offers standard information about the average pot, players in till the flop, hands played per hour and how many users are waiting for a place at any given table. The functions offered at this level are fairly standard. The navigation uses a tab system which makes it easy to find the kind of game you are looking for, or a suitable tournament or satellite.
The tables look big and it is easy to get a quick overview. They provide you with an overview of the entire betting sequence, which is very handy. You are given comprehensive options to change the visual and sound settings. For example, it can be fun to choose a fixed avatar so that (if you choose to display it), unlike in some other poker rooms, you can ensure your avatar is of the same gender.
The number of players at Titan Poker is not the largest in the business, but it is definitely not the lowest, either. For example, the last time we logged in, there were 40 10-player tables and lots of 6-player tables being played. There will commonly be over 5,000 players logged in at any one time.
So far, they only offer Texas Hold'em (Limit, Pot- and No-Limit), Omaha and Omaha Hi-Lo, but Titan Poker have already prepared themselves for the addition of Stud.
The levels offered should satisfy the majority of players, although the real high rollers may not be drawn, as the highest level for Limit is $50/$100 and $10/$20 for No-Limit, with a maximum buy in of $2,000. The lowest limits are, however, really low and can prove a good alternative to the playmoney tables.
Titan Poker offers a wide variety of tournaments, many of which are interesting and have desirable prizes. They offer several tournaments a day and satellites to those with more entrants. It is nice that every tournament has a guaranteed prize pot, so you can be sure that there is a certain minimum in the pot you are playing for. Satellites for live tournaments, such as the WSOP, are, of course, also offered.
One of Titan Poker's most popular draws is their Sit & Go tournaments. All Sit & Go tournaments have a jackpot linked to them, meaning you can win significant sums if you win four to six Sit & Go tournaments in a row. You can win between $2,000 to $100,000 in extra prize money, depending on the level you are playing at. Winning four Sit & Go tournaments with 12 players and a buy in of $2 + $0.40 nets you $2,000; whilst the big jackpot of $100,000 is there for whoever wins 6 tournaments in a row with buy ins of $50 + $5. You also get a consolation prize of between $200 - $750, depending on the level, if you get 1st or 2nd place instead of winning them all.
Titan Poker offers excellent and speedy support. You can choose from telephone, live or email support, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Email support: email@example.com
Telephone: +1 268 481 2288
Deposits: Neteller, Visa, MasterCard, FirePay
Withdrawals: Neteller, Bankutbetalning, FirePay
Minimum deposit: $20
Plenty of nice offers
The opposition is relatively simple
Only Texas Hold'em and Omaha are offered
Certain levels don't have many players