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Unibet has offered poker games since 2004 and is a member of Microgaming's network. Just like its Swedish competitor, Expekt, Unibet was a company that put it all into betting from the beginning. In recent years, however, it has chosen to follow the poker trend and make inroads into that area. Unibet is a popular poker room that has grown significantly since it joined Microgaming's network, in 2006. The move has resulted in, among other advantages, higher player traffic and more tournaments for its players to choose from.
For those who like tournament games, Unibet offers various tournaments and freerolls with guaranteed prize pots. The software is simple and user-friendly, and as a player you are able to play several tables at the same time. Beginners, and those who just want to play for fun, can even play with pretend money. In addition, it also has a very usable poker school where you can pick up playing tips and advice. You can customise the lobby's and tables' appearance before getting going with your games. Unibet has a lot of beginners, perhaps because many of the company's loyal betting customers are making their way to its poker section. Unibet also sponsors several qualifying tournaments and satellite games to the big live events for its more practiced players. In addition, it also often provides the chance to win fine prizes in the form of trips or gadgets, in addition to money.
Unibet has relatively simple and user friendly graphics that are fairly clear and make it easy to get an overview. Navigating within the poker room is simple, as is moving around the different games.
You can play six different poker games at Unibet. They are: Texas Hold’em, Omaha, Omaha High/Low, 7-card stud, 5-card stud and 5-card draw.
Overall, they have quite a lot of traffic.
It has a varied tournament offering.
Unibet uses the scheme based on the number of players and the table limit. For all tables with pots of $0.05/$0.10 or more, $0.01 per $0.20 (5%) is taken from the pot. For tables where two players are still in, $0.01 per $0.20 (5%), up to a maximum of $1, is taken from the pot. When more than three players are in, $0.01 per $0.20, up to a maximum of $1, is taken from the pot. All tables with blinds lower than $0.02/$0.10 have $0.01 per $0.10 (10%), up to a maximum of $0.10, taken.
Unibet's customer service is open round the clock.
Unibet's account section is flexible and it is quick to make a deposit and start playing. When making withdrawals, the money will be in your account three days after you request the pay out.
- Bank deposits
Very flexible account section
Lots of beginners
Good, regular poker tournaments
Lots of players
Good sign up offer
Somewhat unstructured FAQ