RedKings is one of the better known site on the OnGame Network. If you like solid, no frills “pokerroom” style graphics then this is a good choice. The traffic levels are not what they used to be however.
The site is a good choice of those on offer on the network but the graphics are a bit like marmite – you will either love them or hate them. Personally I like the original pokerroom site and the graphics still have a certain old school feel to them even thought the software has had several versions – I especially like the tin sound when you put your chips in to the pot.
RedKings offers a good range of bonuses up to $1000 to suit all players. Which means even if you don’t have the bankroll for the max bonus there are other good deposit bonus options ideal for the lower stakes player too.
RedKings Poker – Quick Facts
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Good: Great design & graphics, fast, mac friendly, choice of bonus options.
Bad: Not the strongest player numbers
Easy to Win: 7/10
The games are not ultra loose across all stakes but there are fairly juicy games if you don’t go too far up the stakes and check out the % to the flop stats.
Good volume across all games, with a good amount of weaker or maniac players at lower limits.
Network: OnGame Network.
Part of OnGame Network – Mac friendly. Excellent graphics and playability. PokerRoom style tables.
Games: Good range of games and stakes.
Texas Holdem (fixed, pot & no-limit) Omaha (Hi & Hi-lo) and 7 Card Stud (Hi & hi-lo), 5 Card Draw (fixed & pot-limit).
Tournaments … Great choice of MMT Guaranteed prize funds, freerolls and good range of SnG’s from $2.50.
Grand Tournament – The Grand Tournament offers you a unique online experience. After 5 hours, the Day 1 breaks and continues on the Final day with the remaining players from both Day 1A and Day 1B. 30 minute blind levels and deep stacks, giving players maneuvering space and opportunities to really play tournament poker. The biggest short-handed event online.
The Big Deal – Every Sunday the stakes are high with 100K in The Big Deal. The deep stack tournament has 20 minutes periods and a starting chip stack of 2500 with blinds at 10-20.
Euro Grand Prix – Every Saturday the heat is on in this high pressure European focussed tournament where at least 50K is on the line. In the Euro Grand Prix players start with 2500 chips.
The Aussie Daily $100+$8 and $50+$4 – Aimed at the Australian poker community, starting on Australian prime time. The daily tournaments have 15 minute levels and a 2500 chip stack.
The Canadian Daily $100+8 and $50+$4 – Aimed at the Canadian poker community, starting on Canadian prime time. The daily tournaments have 15 minute levels and a 2500 chip stack.
The European Daily $100+$8 and $50+$4 – Aimed at the European poker community, starting on European prime time. The daily tournaments have 15 minute levels and a 2500 chip stack.
The Royal Tournament – If you’ve got 10 dollars this is a great deal where the prizepool is guaranteed to be at least 20K. In the Royal tournament players start with 1500 chips and levels are 12 minutes long.
The Lucky Dollar – Put your lucky dollar to good use in this great value tournament with $2500 added. The lucky dollar is one of RedKing’s few cash-added network tournaments. It is a $1+$0.30 tournament with $2500 added to the prize pool. Played every Saturday at 20:00 CET.
King of the Hill – This Sit n Go ladder offers tickets and cash prizes throughout the steps. The final has $1,200 added which is paid by the players on their way to qualify since they pay a slightly higher fee than in the regular SNGs. The King of the hill is a SNG structure where the players advance step by step towards the final. The highest buy-in level is 20 dollars- forcing players to qualify their way through to the final. Cash and tickets are given out on the way to the top.
Loyalty & Promotions:
Deposit … Neteller, Firepay, Visa, MasterCard, Instacash & ePassporte.
Cashout … Neteller or Cheque.
Help … Email & telephone support.
Security … Good, OnGame Network very established