Unibet Poker Review
Unibet provides the gaming world with one of its more well-known poker platforms, especially throughout Europe. The site started out by utilising the 24hPoker network, before switching to Microgaming’s products in 2006 and then making the move to its very own creation in 2014. Unibet on the whole is one of the more established online presences, and because of this, enjoys success across all its platforms, from casino to sports betting and onwards. The poker platform that is provided offers up various different features, although it can be said that it isn’t focused on as much as the other options that gamers have when it comes to gaming choice.
The Visual Appeal
The website is decked out in green, which is the colour of choice for this company.
It spreads out across all of the gaming divisions they provide, and not only that, but players are able to get swift access to the various other sectors that are offered. So, if you’re ever tired of playing poker, you can quickly choose to go and place some sports bets, if you like.
However on the poker homepage, you’ll find that the first thing you notice other than the navigation bar, is the ability to play the games in either instant play via your web browser, or a PC and Mac download. In addition, there’s advertisements for the platform’s welcome offer, a link to some tutorial videos if you’re a newbie to this kind of thing, and offers which can be taken advantage of during your time on the site.
The site offers a number of poker tutorials as well which is always handy whether you’re a beginner to poker wanting to learn the basics or a seasoned player wanting to brush up after a bad beat or two.
Choice of Games
There’s a decent enough selection of games available to play on this platform, with cash games of Omaha and Texas Hold’em being front and centre. These run around the clock, with buy-ins ranging from €2 to €400, allowing you to pick your own particular level and proceed with the game. The platform has also started with the addition of ‘Banzai’ in recent years, which is a new short-stack short-handed game, where players are only able to buy-in for 10 big blinds. This variation provides a fast and action-packed product to its players.
There’s also the option of being able to ‘Sit and Go’, providing you with the chance to select a buy-in amount which is preferable to you, take a seat, and as soon as the table is full, the round will begin. And finally, Unibet provides poker tournaments, which range from hourly freerolls through to GTD tournaments with jackpot prizes and satellites to the Unibet Open.
The Quick Seat Lobby lets you find a game with the minimum of fuss, ideal when time is an issue or, like me, you don’t want to hang around.