The first thing to consider before playing Bitcoin poker is whether your country considers it to be legal since you will need to convert your earnings into your country's currency. Bitcoin is the simplest way to deposit to your online poker account as compared to bank transactions and credit card transfers. Take note of the terms and conditions of the online poker platform you are using, do not just skip over them right into gambling. Policies contain what the platform requires of you and the fees that they charge. Learn whether the terms are favorable and remember to specifically look into their policies regarding withdrawal. A player might want fast cash, but end up being stuck for weeks before they can withdraw from the account. Bitcoin prices are liable to change and by the time an individual gets to withdraw, the money will be less than what your actual winnings were.
Try and play last to learn more about your opponent's play style, this gives you enough time to think of the next move. Remember that winning is the aim despite the risk involves. Do not be emotional to avoid being predictable for the other players. Monitor how other players react during a game and use it to your advantage to make a hand. The money at stake does not have to be everything that is in your account. Learn when to fold, do not always play a hand as a means of retaining as much stake as possible. Some players may just be bluffing to make you lose your money, do not fall for bluffs.
Familiarize yourself with online poker platforms by practicing a lot then go through the intricacies of how to get ahead of the game.
Remember to constantly confirm the address you are sending Bitcoin to avoid making the mistake of sending it to the wrong address and losing your earnings. Verify twice because Bitcoin transactions are irreversible. If a platform requires that personal information is shared, then it probably is not a legitimate place to play poker. Stay anonymous when playing poker to protect your identity as well as your personal data from some who might take advantage of it.
The sites should have unique security strategies to prevent hacking from external sources as well as protect their users from scammers who take advantage of players who do not understand how to use Bitcoin. Ensure that you have a secure Bitcoin wallet as well when playing to reduce risk.
Recent Bitcoin Poker Game Reports
14th October 2019 07:08
Poker report on the 10 player challenge between jakekec, lawofaverages, alemarys, kingsanson, sherlock.uk, mrsbobbye, delhistarter, nicky, th.dean, tommi-horse, from Monday
7th November 2019 18:05
Online poker match report for English from Thursday which saw rodolfogc win the prize pot of 1,250.00 rupees on a 10 table for users of English.
20th August 2019 06:26
Round up report for the sit and go 10 player challenge from Tuesday 20th August which saw jackiesnose win the prize pot of 250.00.
27th April 2019 13:43
Online poker match report for Spain from Saturday which saw Sadaf take the pot of 250.00 rupees on a 10 table exclusive for Spain.