Bitcoin poker is a fairly new development in the world of online gambling and online poker in general. That’s because cryptocurrency – of which bitcoin is a part of – really only cam about a decade ago in 2009. As the cryptocurrency industry continues to grow, so does the world of bitcoin poker! There are now online poker sites that are solely dedicated to players who want to use bitcoin to play instead of real cash.
Now, that’s great, of course. Though cryptocurrency still has its doubters when it comes to security, many others are just more comfortable gambling online with bitcoin. However, as an online poker player, it’s still important to know your way around both online poker sites and bitcoin, and even more so when you put these two together. There are understandably fewer players of bitcoin poker online than there is regular online poker, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t familiarize yourself with how to navigate around the competitiveness of it.
After all, the rules of bitcoin poker – at least within the game itself – don’t change at all. Many players on bitcoin poker sites may already be at a professional level, so it’s still pertinent to make sure you’re playing against the right people. So how can you judge the competitiveness of a bitcoin poker table?
Well, take a look at the player’s chips. Chances are, if they’ve got high winnings then they’re already pretty darn good. They may have also just gotten lucky, so sit and observe the table for a while before taking any open seats. If there are players who win consistently or at least significantly more often than others, you might not want to go up against them. Instead, find a table where the wins are – more or less – evenly distributed. That’s where you’ll want to start so you don’t lose all your bitcoins too quickly.
Recent Bitcoin Poker Game Reports
25th January 2019 04:07
Online poker match report for Melbourne from Friday which saw olgababy take the pot of 7,500.00 rupees on a 10 table for poker players from Melbourne.
18th January 2019 08:46
Report on the sit and go table this past Friday 18th January which saw muffinmax take the pot of 25,000.00 rupees on this 10 table.
18th January 2019 13:27
Report on the sit and go table this past Friday 18th January which saw brianhayes take the pot of 5,000.00 rupees on this 10 table.
18th January 2019 01:18
Poker report on the match up from Friday between irfan, dr.hercules, seethosetits, akbar, laura.ramos, solomonfamily, ryewit, Priya, olidelahoia, howierules, for the prize pot of 1250 rupees.