WSOP Poker immediately has produced what looks to be a solid product, and is competing neck and neck with Party Poker as the top NJ online poker site. Also relatively low on overall players so far, they too host games of all stakes, and tournaments of all buyins with a few large prize pools. WSOP and 888 Poker share the same software, but do not share player pools or prize pools. They are two different sites that you can play on.
WSOP Poker offers cash games, sit and go’s and multi table tournaments. They also have freerolls, and satellites live events such as WSOP circuit events.
Below is a detailed review of WSOP NJ Poker, as well as a video review of its software and interface.
Games offered right now are No limit Holdem, Fixed limit Holdem, Pot limit Omaha, and 7 card stud. The games range from $.02/$.04 blinds, to $25/$50.
Sit and Go’s
A small range of sit and go’s, from $1 buyins to $50 buyins. They also offer satellite sit and go’s, qualifiers to their larger tournaments, and satellites to live WSOP circuit events.
Multi Table Tournaments
WSOP online poker has hit the ground running with some decent MTT’s. They have a few larger prize pools or ‘guarantees’, and they also have a number of other low buyin tournaments running throughout the day and night.
Their current daily majors consist of a $10 rebuy $5,000 guaranteed, as well as a $27.50 rebuy $10,000 guaranteed. They also have 2 Sunday Majors that consist of a $100 buyin $10,000 guaranteed, and a $200 buyin $25,000 Guaranteed.
Currently, WSOP has a bonus of $10 free cash for signing up, and a 100% deposit bonus up to $400. They also have multiple free roll tickets that new users can take advantage of, and certain ‘Happy Hour’ games, where your reward points are doubled while playing.
The software is quality, and is very similar to 888 Poker software, that they use worldwide. It seems to be a bit glitchy at the moment on some operating systems, but overall WSOP Poker offers an easy to use and well-functioning interface.
Not unlike their competitors, the games on WSOP Poker are still a bit small for the time being.
Also like Party Poker, there software is currently having a hard time identifying NJ IP addresses, and kicking people offline mid-game. This is not good, and players have been emailing them with this issue demanding a quick resolution. Hopefully this will be fixed soon.
Their software runs scripts that can cause annoying ‘error prompts’ to popup on some operating systems, but this seems to be happening on a small scale.