Ladbrokes Poker Review

Ladbrokes Poker
Ladbrokes Poker
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Bonus (1) : 200% match on your first deposit, up to £800.
For example deposit £20 and receive £40 bonus, or deposit £100 and receive £200 bonus. Players have 60 days to earn the bonus through accumulating Player Points.

Bonus (2) : Entry to a series of ‘new player freerolls’, with €10,000 in prizes available.

Most poker games at Ladbrokes are played in Euros, but of course it’s no problem to deposit and withdraw to your ££’s account. Ladbrokes offers Texas Holdem as well as other games including Omaha, Omaha Hi-Lo, Five Card Stud, Five Card Draw, Seven Card Stud and Razz Seven Card Stud.

Tournaments : Ladbrokes is offering over 30 Guaranteed tournaments every day, with a total of €3.8 million in guaranteed prizes each month. There are many guaranteed €2,000+ tournaments throughout the day, plus €5,000 to €10,000 tournaments each night. Big events include the weekly €30,000 and €100,000 tournaments each Sunday, and the monthly €200,000 Guaranteed tournament, plus special events up to €500,000.

Sit’n’Go’s are of course available, and at Ladbrokes you’ll also find exciting ‘Survivor Tournaments’ – unlike regular tournaments these Survivor events are fast and exciting with an average time of less than 70 minutes. During a Survivor tournament the players with the lowest chip stacks are eliminated at timed intervals, so these games are adrenalin-filled while players make quick decisions to increase their stacks – fun to play and fun to watch.

Two special jackpot tournaments are available each evening at Ladbrokes Poker – if you make it to the final table in both tournaments you will receive double your winnings, and if you win both tournaments then you get the jackpot – currently worth €20,000 – all for just €4 entry. There are also monthly leaderboards with prizes given to the top players, with separate leaderboards for regular cash tables, MTT players and SnG players.

New Players : You’re eligible for €1000 in special new player promotions each week for the first 3 weeks after joining the site. This includes a weekly €500 new player freeroll, plus a weekly ‘€500 Added’ new player tournament. There’s also a whole range of video tutorials available to get you started, including strategy videos and tips.

Loyalty Program : The Ladbrokes Poker Player Club is available for all members, and you’ll be earning Player Points automatically while playing. You can then exchange your points for many types of rewards – for example free entry to tournaments, cash bonuses, and a wide variety of special gifts ranging from poker chips and poker tables to playstations, or even exclusive holidays and new cars.

VIP Club : Frequent players and high rollers will enjoy the benefits of the VIP Club, available to members earning a high number of Player Points each month. VIP members receive a lot of special benefits including big cashback bonuses, exclusive promotions, invitations to live poker events, cruises and holidays, and personalised service from VIP managers.

Ladbrokes is one of the most trusted UK betting and gaming brands, with origins reaching back as far as 1886. Now employing over 14,000 people in Britain, Ladbrokes runs over 2,700 betting shops and provides services for over 1 million online customers in 9 languages and 17 currencies. You can rely on Ladbrokes to provide the highest standards in security and customer service.

Support is available 24/7 through email and telephone (UK freephone).

Poker Network
: iPoker Network (Playtech)
Download
: Software Download is Available
 
Instant Play
: Instant Play Option, No Download Required
 
High Rollers
: Site Offers Benefits for High Rollers
 
Certified
: Independent Auditing for Security & Fair Play
 
Licensed
: Operating license issued by the UK Gambling Commission