Mansion Poker Review
- – Loyalty point bonus system.
- – Good live events.
- – Don´t accept U.S. player.
- – No mixed games.
Summery of Mansion Poker
Mansion Poker was founded in 2004 and is regulated and licensed by the Government of Gibraltar. The financial transactions are certified as secure by VeriSign. The online poker room has recently moved to the iPoker network of Playtech. Some of the features that make the poker software attractive are player search, player notes and improved hand history. Mansion Poker accepts a large number of currencies; however the wagering is done in U.S. Dollars. The software is available in 9 European languages. Mansion Poker does not accept players from the United States. The Mansion group also operates an online casino and a sports book.
Mansion Poker offers the standard game range of Texas Hold’em, Omaha, Omaha Hi/Lo, Seven Card Stud, Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo and Five Card Draw. The peak cash game traffic is reported at 9,000 real-money players. There is a wide range of tournaments on offer as well. These offer more than $3 million in guaranteed prizes each month. The popular tournaments include freerolls, guaranteed prize tournaments and qualifiers for live events. Being on the iPoker network, Mansion Poker subscribes to the European Championship of Online Poker. The next season of this event is offering guaranteed prizes of over $4.55 million.
Mansion Poker offers attractive bonuses to its players. The sign up bonus is 100% of the first deposit up to a maximum of $500. In addition players can get $75 for each friend they refer to the poker room. Mansion Poker has an excellent system of loyalty points known as Mansion Club Points. These points can be earned by participating in cash games and tournaments. The Mansion Club Points can be redeemed for exclusive merchandise from the Club Shop. Club Mansion is a 7 tier VIP program that awards greater benefits to more regular players. This adds enjoyment to playing poker.