Bitcoin Texas Hold’em Poker has recently come onto the online gambling scene and with a blast. The cryptocurrency is definitely here to stay and its popularity among the online gambling community is constantly increasing. It is a more and more preferable way for those who like playing online thanks to the large number of pros that Bitcoins provide.
Since its introduction, the fan base of BTC Texas Hold’em Poker has been constantly growing and now even those who live in unregulated countries can play their favorite game online. As naturally expected, Bitcoin has come in as a perfect substitute for the needs of online poker gaming. It is now easier than ever to play the game online because a lot of the sites offer bonuses and reliability. You can withdraw your cryptocurrency almost instantly. Online pokies who allow the use of Bitcoins provide the so-desired security online gamblers seek.
Playing the game online has never been smoother and the experience is more than satisfactory because Bitcoin transactions rarely take more than an hour to complete. The transaction fees are also very low or none. Furthermore, you can use the cryptocurrency through a mobile device and most Bitcoin poker sites are optimized for the case.
Bitcoin Texas Hold’em uses a single 52-card deck where all of the cards count as their poker value. There is a table with several places occupied by other players. Every player has their turn during which they must place a bet (a small blind and a big blind) in each round. All players are given two random cards from the deck. They then must “check”, “raise”, “bet” or “fold” depending on their decision to continue the round or not, to raise the or call the bet. This game is highly dependent on your decision-making skills and in order to be a successful poker player, one must learn a few Texas Hold’em strategies and advanced gaming tactics before entering the big league.
Recent Bitcoin Poker Game Reports
21st January 2019 09:16
Poker report on the 10 player match which included lesliethe1, vernonvike, brettweaver, fleurlotus60, ernestt159, sada-fly31, pedro.shell, dellgriffith, $$mid$cal$$, ahmad, from Monday
18th January 2019 07:34
Report on the sit and go table for Toronto from Friday 18th January which saw ilovemycard1 take the prize of 12,500.00 rupees on this 10 table.
25th January 2019 01:04
Round up report for the sit and go 10 player challenge from Friday 25th January which saw 10frances win the prize money.
16th January 2019 07:15
Report on the sit and go table for United Kingdom from Wednesday 16th January which saw xxrichiekxx take the pot of 12,500.00 rupees on this 10 table.