U.S. poker players get first real-money poker app

Discussion in 'Android Poker Apps' started by Sebastian, Feb 11, 2013.

  1. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    The good news is they've now added regular Texas Hold'em, Omaha and Omaha Hi/Lo cash games in addition to their fast-fold offering.
  2. Paddy68

    Paddy68 Member

    Is there anyway that non U.S. citizens can play at Bovada? I've heard the competition can be pretty soft so I'd love to get in on the action.
  3. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    If you live in Canada you can play at their sister site Bodog. Sadly they don't have a license to operate in Australia or European countries such as the United Kingdom or Ireland.
  4. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    There is some bad news for Bitcoin poker players in the US. SealsWithClubs are no longer operating due to some security concerns relating to their poker software. In addition to a PC client they also provided an Android poker app where US-based players could play with complete anonymity. There is a rumour they will relaunch in the near future but that hasn't been confirmed yet.
  5. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    Bitcoin poker players in the United States will be happy to hear that they now play for real-money on any iOS or Android device at mBit Casino. mBit poker is part of the Elec Games poker network so it has a lot more traffic than the average bitcoin poker site. You can compete in a range of buy-in or scheduled tournaments or just opt for a few simple games of Omaha or Hold'em.

    Read more about mBit bitcoin mobile poker in this thread http://forums.androidbettingapps.co...bitcoin-mobile-poker-on-your-phone-in-the-USA
  6. Toby82

    Toby82 New Member

    i don't trust bitcoin. i'd still rather pay the 2% or 3% credit card fee and play at a regular online poker room.
  7. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    Unfortunately, if you live in the United States, quiet often you don't have the option of playing at too many real money poker sites. Lock Poker was a regular online poker room that went out of business a few months back. All of the players at Lock lost their money, which shows that that it can happen at any gambling website regardless of whether you accept bitcoin or not.
  8. Stevo

    Stevo Member

    i'm hoping that americas cardroom will release a poker app soon. since carbon poker stopped paying their players i haven't been able to play tournaments on my phone in the US.
  9. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    Americas Cardroom have informed us they are still testing their poker app and hope to release it sometime in the first half of 2016.
  10. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    Bovada have recently added bitcoin to their cashier section. Sports bettors, poker players and casino gamers can now use bitcoin in the United States to quickly fund their player accounts at Bovada and Bodog.
  11. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

  12. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    Mobile poker players in the United States can now play bitcoin poker at Nitrogen Sports. Nitrogen Poker's app lets you compete in tourneys or play at the Texas Hold'em and Omaha cash tables.
  13. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    If you've visited the Bovada website recently you may have noticed that they no longer offer online poker but don't worry, you can still play but just at a different website. Bovada has been reborn as ignition. Same great software, same high-traffic poker room. Check out the Ignition review here http://www.androidbettingapps.com/ignition-casino-usa-mobile-poker.html
  14. Rosemary

    Rosemary Member

    why have carbon poker stopped US players joining?
  15. NBA

    NBA Member

    U.S. poker players have been banned from Carbon for about 6 months now so things are looking a little dicey for them. They've suspended player sign-ups from the US in the past but never for this long. I wouldn't be surprised if they end up moving their operations to some offshore gaming jurisdiction so that they can accept US players again.
  16. Red Rum

    Red Rum Member

    what happened to full flush poker? they allowed real money players from the united states but their sites has disappeared?

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