Winner Poker is a small and intimate poker site that usually draws a couple thousand players at a time on a small amount of tables with a limited amount of bonuses and other goodies. Their software is easy to download and install, however there is no demo version, and you need to register prior to getting into the system. If your country is not on the list then you are out of luck and even free play is not possible if you can’t get into the software download. This is the perfect platform for experienced players who are interested in gaming for the sake of gaming with little fanfare or other goodies that many other sites offer their players. All of the typical games are online here, and you can plug into some decent tournaments like the Irish Open 2011. But, beyond that, expect a typical low end platform designed for poker players to get into easily and with little delay. They do have numerous of payout options ranging from credit cards to eft, and players can expect prompt and accurate payments. Additionally, they do have capabilities to handle multiple currencies.
Winner Poker has a very mediocre bonus system, and their first deposit or initial signup bonus is only worth 100% of a $200 initial deposit limit. That sets the stage for the rest of their offerings, and their rewards program is pretty small and doesn’t really offer much in terms of merchandise, awards or other incentives. If players are accustomed to having a boat load of freebies for signing new gaming accounts, they will be seriously disappointed when they come to this site. However, there are a steady stream of tournaments available as well as instant play for those ready to go and try their luck. Players can also earn tournament bonus tokens through the award system, and while this is one of the only decent awards available, it is worth it for those looking to get into an exciting match. All in all, Winner Poker seems like a site that was forgotten, and with all of the competition out there for the hearts and minds of poker players, it is surprising that they get the amount of people they do.