RedKings poker room review in 2020
RedKings was one of the largest poker rooms of Microgaming (MPN) network. It was famous for a large amount of inexperienced players and the profitable bonus offers for the first deposit.
RedKings carried out various promotions, freerolls and also gave their users an opportunity to get to live poker series MPN Poker Tour through satellite games. It was an important factor for many players during the process of website selection for playing online poker.
People were able to play poker at RedKings from their computers through a browser or in the convenient client. Those players who like playing regardless of location were pleased as well, because there was a mobile app for the devices on the base of Android and iOS.
RedKings poker soft review
MPN network was a soft supplier. Its functionality was designed quite well, so even the beginners didn't have difficulties with the game selection.
Poker room lobby:
The game table:
The traffic and the game availability
MPN network couldn't boast of a large traffic, however it doesn’t mean that there was no game at the poker room at all. There were about 650 active players at the cash-tables who played daily. And during the peak time, the players’ number could reach the mark of 950.
On average, there were about 3 000 users in online and most of these players were representatives of the rich Western Europe countries who played poker for fun rather than for money.
The poker room offered variety of disciplines. The players were able to play at the popular tables of Holdem and Omaha and also they could join the battles of more unusual games, such as 7 Card Stud, Razz, 5 Card Stud.
The limits started from €0,01/€0,02, but they didn’t exceed the bets of €50/€100.
Basically, all the games were carried out at the micro-limits, but there were also popular and more expensive heads-up tables €10/€20 и €25/€50.
There was “fast” poker format, where players could fold the cards and move to another table without waiting for the other opponents’ actions.
This format was called a “Blaze Poker” at RedKings. The maximum limit at this table was €0,25/€0,50.
This poker room suggested different tournaments that suited to every fancy: from the freerolls to the large events with big buy-ins and attractive guarantees.
Traditionally, Sunday was the most eventful day for a tournament player, because there were various events with €58 000 general guarantees in the schedule:
- €7 000 Big Top with €110 buy-in;
- €5 000 Big Break with €5,50 buy-in
- €15 000 Big Kahuna with €22 buy-in
- €10 000 Mount Olympus with €110 buy-in
- €4 000 Big Bad Wolf with €55 buy-in;
- €4 000 Big Foot with €11 buy-in;
- €10 000 High Society with €215 buy-in;
- €2 000 Red Hot Devil with €55 buy-in
- €1 000 Hot as Hades with €11 buy-in
RedKings cooperated with MPN Poker Tour live poker series, and players were able to get there through daily Satellites with the buy-ins starting from €1.
Fish Party RedKings - a lottery Sit and Go tournament, where the prize pool was determined randomly. There were 4 levels of buy-in: €1, €5, €20, €50.
RedKings rake structure
The poker room commission was 5%, but it didn’t exceed a set maximum (CAP). The rake was taken only in those hands, where the players saw the flop.
RedKings Poker rake table:
RedKings deposits and cash-outs
The poker room users didn’t have the problems with the deposit payments and cash-outs, because RedKings supported all the popular payment systems:
- The cards ViSA/MasterCard;
RedKings first deposit bonus
The poker room suggested new users to choose one of the first deposit bonuses from the list. The bonuses were different in the amount and usage period.
The bonus variants:
The bonus was cleared in 10 parts with a certain amount of loyalty points for each part.
Closure of the poker room
In April 2019, RedKings reported on the closure of the poker room after 13 years of work.