Tonybet Poker is a creation of mastodon of offline poker, and now a Euro-MP (О_о) — Tony G. A large Lithuanian betting company created a first in Europe poker-room exclusively for games of Chinese poker. The room offers all popular kinds of games including some novelties unavailable in any other online poker-room. The reliability of the brand can be judged upon basing on a great number of offline stores in Baltics.
The peak times show several hundreds of connections, which is a top index for such an extremely specialized platform. The main currency is EUR.
All Tonybet games are the variety of Open Face Chinese poker. The micro- and low-stakes offer regular action. Higher stakes have less regular, but frequent action. Moreover, the room holds SNG and MTT tournaments of OFC poker. By the way, it's the only place where you can find the SNG tournaments.
In november 2015 Tonybet Poker started NLHE/PLO cash games at microstakes. Since 7th march 2016 Tonybet starts charging rake and paying rakeback. Traffic at NLHE and PLO become really good: 1-4 tables run at all stakes up to NL1k/ PLO1k.
Tonybet's interface is bright, colorful and is very liked by the players. The settings are convenient, the lobby is intuitive, the visualization is on the highest level. All the prerequisites for comfortable gaming experience are met. One of the main key features is the ability to see the mucked cards of every hand, which is unique.
The support for Holdem Manager and Poker Tracker for Chinese poker, obviously, is nonexistent in nature.
All the classic ways of deposit/withdrawal are available: Skrill, Neteller, Visa, Paysafecard, etc. The only downside of the room is the terms of withdrawal: usually it takes about 3–5 business days to transfer your funds.
Tonybet Poker is a perfect choice for novice players of the Chinese poker. The high stakes won't offer much game, but you can always find action at low-stakes. More than that, the room holds regular tournaments with guaranteed prizes and is the first to introduce new kinds of games.
Launching NLHE/PLO tables was a good decision for the room: traffic is decent, but games regularly run up to NL1k/PLO1k.