Free Play Player FAQ's

Can I play for free anytime?

Yes you can. Once you’ve registered as a player, you can start playing for free, which means there is no need to fund your poker account first.

How do I get free poker chips?

You will receive your free play poker chips automatically when you register as a player. These free poker chips are deposited into your free play poker account and are available for you to use immediately.

How many free poker chips do I get?

You’ll get 2,000 free chips to start you off and these are replaced every day.

Are all the poker games available to play for free?

Yes they are. You have the choice of playing Texas Hold'em, Omaha, Omaha Hi-Lo, 7-Card Stud and 5-Card Stud – all for free. You can also choose from a variety of betting structures and limits, just like in the real money games.

How do I find the free tables?

You’ll see the list of tables for the various types of poker when the game lobby opens. If you want to see the table list for each type, you can select the desired game type tab and you’ll see the table list will be on display with the details of each table. The free tables are indicated as blue and where the word “Play” appears next to the stakes information. If you want to join a free table, you can double-click the table name in the list or you can select the table and click the “Join Table” button.

What happens if I run out of free poker chips?

Your daily limit of free chips is 2,000. If you run out of chips you’ll have to wait until the next day when you’ll find your account automatically refreshed with 2,000 chips.

Real Player FAQ's

What is the minimum amount I need to play at a real-money table?

2c to 4c is the lowest limit.

What happens to the money I’ve bet with if I get disconnected during a game?

Your hand will be protected as per an “All In” situation unless you fold your hand. There is a limit to “All Ins” over a 24-hour period to make sure that this feature is not abused.

What happens to my money at a table if I sit out a few hands and return?

Your money stays just as it is – it will not be touched for the duration that you sit out. When you return to the table you will see that your money is just as you left it.

If you want to leave the table for a few hands you can click the “Sit Out” checkbox. You will not be dealt a hand while you are sitting out. You will be removed from a table if you sit out for more than fifteen minutes or if you miss two rounds of blinds.

What is the rake?

Rake is the small portion of money removed from the pot in order to pay the house.