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Convert Bitcoin to Poker Chips at Real Poker

Date Published: 15th January 2019
For those of you who are looking to play poker online but have been searching for the best place that you can play online poker with Bitcoin, then you have definitely come to the right place, as we here at Real Poker Worldwide not only let you play using your Bitcoin, but we are also offering all and every single one of our new sign ups the chance to start playing with Bitcoin right away, without even having to make a deposit.

There is three key points to remember with Real Poker:

1) We do not have a token.
2) You do not lose any Bitcoin in the conversions to chips and then back again.
3) The rate you buy into a table, is the rate you cash out at, which is currently set at 200 Satoshi to 1 chip.


13th May 2019 Update:
Please note on the 13th May 2019 we converted from 500 chips to 200 chips to account for the change in bitcoin price change from $5000 USD to touching $8000 USD, we regularly review the price and modify accordingly. In line with this our introductory poker offer was changed from 0.005 BTC to 0.002 BTC.

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As part of our new user promotion, we offer our new online poker players 0.002 FREE Bitcoin as a No Deposit bonus, which you can start to play with right away, giving you the chance to test your skills without having to worry about putting any money in. Meanwhile, as we use Bitcoin as our main currency, we have decided to take that Bitcoin and convert it into chips which you will then use at our tables.

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So How Do We Convert Bitcoin to Poker Chips?

Well, first things first, the rate at which our conversion works will see 200 Satoshi being the equivalent of 1 chip, so when you see that being converted into poker chips at the table, you will notice that you have a set amount of chips to start playing with, absolutely free. The reason that we convert your Bitcoin into poker chips is because everybody who has ever played poker plays with chips, it is known worldwide, and it is much more confusing to use those Bitcoin numbers on an online poker table.

It really is very easy to know how much actual Bitcoin you have at the table when you are playing, since all you really need to do is to think of the poker chips in terms of BTC value, and you can check the value of Bitcoin at any time, keeping you in the know as to just how much your chips at the table are really worth in Bitcoin, so you never lose track of how much Bitcoin you have.

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We look forward to seeing you all signing up to Real Poker and hitting our online poker tables with your Bitcoin in the very near future. As always, make sure that you have a good bankroll management and always remember to gamble responsibly.

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