Online Cardroom Guides – yoha live Room Review Sites


If you’re thinking about playing yoha live online for the first time, you might be well-served by taking a look at an online cardroom guide or two before deciding where to play. I know that some folks just do the knee-jerk thing and choose whatever poker site just ran their most recent advertisement on ESPN, but there are actually a lot of sites which review internet poker rooms, and some of the information that they provide can help you avoid being frustrated with a site that doesn’t meet your needs as a player.

For example, you might be a low-roller. If that’s the case, then you probably want to play at a cardroom which offers $0.01/$0.02, and not all poker sites have stakes that low. Or maybe you like watching texas holdem on tv, but you’d prefer to play five card draw online. You’d probably be pretty frustrated if you downloaded Party Poker only to discover that they don’t have the games or the limits that you want.

We’re particularly fond of this site about online poker rules, because not only can you find out the details of some of the cardrooms they review there, you can also learn to play some new games. Their online poker room reviews include details about player traffic, tournaments, game variety, and bonuses. They’ve also got a great article about online prop play too.

Another site we like consists of nothing but online poker reviews. But unlike many poker review sites, Turning Trips features real reviews that actually show some knowledge of the poker sites under discussion. (Many poker review sites online are thinly disguised collections of sales letters for poker sites.) Read their review of True Poker to see how objective they truly are at this site.

A newer cardroom guide that …

yoha live Suggests a Downswing in the Online Poker Industry

The share value of yoha live came crashing down, reaching one third of the original. This happened when PartyGaming hinted that the popularity and craze of online poker was on a downswing. Since its listing this summer, the pre-tax profits of PartyGaming shot up by 21 percent, reaching $186.3, during the six month period, up to June. However, its shares came down to 52 3/4p to 104p as the gambling site said that although it expected good year-on-year growth in the latter part of the year it would be at substantially lower rates than before. Martin Weigold, finance director said that the rate of moderation of growth in the poker market was showing a slow-down earlier than expected. He said that he wasn’t sure whether the trend would be a part of a long-term trend. Analysts feel that another factor could be that casual customers were spending less time and money as compared to seasoned members also known as “whales”. PartyGaming has decided to cut down its advertising and marketing budget and prioritized customer retention.

However, following its listing on the London Stock Exchange in June, PartyGaming has faced increasing competitive pressures in the key US market. The group is seeking to expand into other countries as well as diversifying away from its core poker market.

Full-blown Bid battle Predicted Between Sportingbet and PartyGaming, for Empire Online

The Internet betting group Sportingnet expanded its operations last year with the purchase of Paradise Poker website. According to reports, it is a potential bidder for yet another poker site, Empire online. Forecasters predict an out and out battle in this bid for the site, with ParyGaming, owner of Party Poker sure to make a counterbid. In the midst of all this bidding, Empire’s shares have shot up by 7 percent to 283p. …