Everest Poker Review
- Have European Championship.
- Training room for beginners.
- Choose your seat before play.
- Don´t accept U.S. player.
- Everest only offer Texas Hold’em and Omaha games.
Summery of Everest Poker
Everest Poker was launched in 2005. It is licensed by the Lotteries and Gaming Authority of Malta and is powered by Grand Virtual software. The software is available in 16 languages. The random number generator of the software is tested and certified by Technical Systems Testing. Everest Poker is a member of Online Gaming Alliance and therefore meets its standards of fair play. There are a large number of poker professionals in Team Everest who play regularly at the online poker room. These include Stefanie Bergener, Cristiano Blanco and Simmone Coppari. Everest Poker does not accept players from the United States.
Everest Poker offers only two poker games, Texas Hold’em and Omaha, but these are the most popular poker games. The peak cash game traffic is about 7,000 real-money players. The table stakes are on the lower side as compared to other online poker rooms. Everest Poker offers both Sit & Go and Scheduled tournaments. Most of the tournaments have a very low buy-in, with some being freeroll tournaments. Everest Poker also offers qualifier tournaments for live events like the World Series of Poker. There are also promotional tournaments with progressive jackpots and those in which the entire prize pool goes to the winner.
New players are eligible for bonuses and promotions at Everest Poker. Players are eligible for a welcome bonus of $200 as soon as they register with the poker room. The bonus is converted to cash as players wager with real money and earn Summit Points. In addition new players are given entry into a freeroll tournament in which they have a chance of winning a share of the $1,000 prize pool. In the Summit Points program players earn points for contribution to the rake. Then players are placed in the appropriate level of the VIP Summit Club depending on points earned.