Online Poker Or Live Poker?

Latest Casino News 27 May , 2020 0

Poker is without any doubt the most popular card game. It is not a "fun" card game like any other, since poker can be played only for money. This way, the poker game has a specific value. It must always be a stake involved, and it can't be played just for the sake of the game.

At the beginning poker was played in public places like pubs or bars and in private locations. The game involved a small number of players, usually relatives or friends. It was a tough guys' game.

In the most recent times, all major casinos holds poker games at pretty high stakes. The access is free to everyone who has the legal age to enter in a casino. You might just enter in the casino, buy some chips and sit down at the poker table you wish.

The last years brought the poker game in every home. With the online poker rooms operating on the internet, basically anybody can play online poker with opponents from all around the world. More and more people are attracted by this fascinating game and try to understand it and master it.

Once the boom of the online poker industry occurred, the great prizes have arrived. There are people who made a lifestyle from their hobby, playing poker online hours and hours and earning a lot of money while having fun. And this is not all. The major online poker rooms offer qualifications for the big live poker tournaments, like the WSOP, the Asian Tour or the European Poker Tour. With as low as $1 buy-in, anyone can start his way to the famous WSOP. There are thousands of satellites at all major poker rooms offering many qualifications to the main event, including the $10,000 buy-in plus the player accommodation.

It is easy to see the impact of the internet poker development: at the WSOP final table you will always find some players who have won their seat online. Most of the recent WSOP winners come from some big online poker rooms. It is not necessary to be born in Europe or the United States to be a poker shark!

The online poker can't bring the live poker feeling, but still have some unbeatable advantages: accessibility, low rake and speed. Which is best: online or live poker? The professionals got the answer: play online poker to train and earn some money, but never refuse to go to a live tournament.



Source by A. Abscident

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