Pacific Poker enjoys the benefits of being a part of the 888 Group, one of the leading online gambling corporations in the world. It offers its players 888’ s excellent software and 3D design; it also enjoys players’ traffic from 888.com, the leading casino. That’ s why low stake tables are relatively packed with casino players. Players traffic is lower than other leading casinos but is more than enough to find a good table for the more popular variations.
Design & Software
Pacific Poker enjoys 888’ s excellent software. It has been upgraded several times in the past years, and now offers a great user experience. It has some really cool features such as three optional table views, live tournament key stats, instant cashier access and more. Its graphics have also been upgraded and are now really nice. No download version is available, offering some of the functionalities to the full version.
Promotions and Tournaments
Like all leading poker rooms, Pacific Poker offers a wide variety of attractive promotions. Welcome bonus is 100% up to $400. 25% of the welcome bonus is granted instantly, before you start playing. First depositors can also participate in the $50K First Depositors Challenge, and seven daily $500 Depositors Frerolls.
Online tournaments include: The Daily Challenge Series, totaling in a $145,000 prize pool and the Double or Nothing sit and go tournaments.
Pacific Poker offers its loyal players a VIP Rewards program, where you earn reward points for every hand you play. You can then convert the points into cash and use it to buy merchandise, holidays and more. VIP players can also participate in exclusive VIP tournaments and other VIP events.
Pacific Poker offers all popular poker games, including Texas Holdem, Omaha, 7 Card Stud, Limit Texas Holdem, No-limit Texas Holdem, Omaha Hi-Lo, 7 Card Stud Hi-Lo, Omaha Hi. Note, however that in the less popular games traffic may be low.
Players’ traffic is quite good, with an average of 1,200 players and around 2,000 in peak hours. Most players, however play the popular Texas Holdem, which leaves the other, less popular games with relatively low traffic.
US (American) Players
Are not accepted.
Support is offered through the FAQ section, or by email.