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November 23, 2017, 07:48:20 PM
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I would suggest you try playing pokers on 1xbet.com. It's a good website with trusted review from pokers all over the world.

They don´t even offer P2P poker. You can only play video poker against the house.
Therefore I don´t think that 1xbet is offering what OP is looking for.

I also would advise against playing the video poker game. Why would you
play a game like this with fiat when you can play provably fair gambling games
at many Bitcoin gambling sites? I just don´t understand why anyone would continue
to play at a fiat casino after they have discovered provably fair gaming.



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November 24, 2017, 09:14:18 AM
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Pretty weird that you say pokerstars as they don't accept bitcoin.

The only poker site I know that accepts bitcoin for USD deposits is America's card room, I have used the site for blackjack betting and already managed  to withdraw in bitcoins without any troubles, but I wouldn't recommend you to use the site for the simple reason, they don't actually accept bitcoin, they convert it instantly for USD so by using the site you are not supporting the bitcoin network in any way.

If you are looking for a way to play poker on bitcoins( bitcoins blinds, not USD), nitrogensports is the only site I know that enables it.



No, I never said I am looking for a poker site that accepts Bitcoin. I wouldn't like that.  Smiley

I don't want to disappoint you , but I guess you won't be satisfied with any other site after playing in stars cause you won't find a similar experience
it worth mentioning what country are you from , anyways if you have 888 available then you should go for it
I haven't tried it but they say it's the 2nd site after stars and the games are kinda smooth there
you can check Americascardroom , ACR accepts like 99% countries ( I don't know any country that isn't accepted so I put 99% it may be 100%  Grin )

And you were right, no pokersite can beat PokerStarts, not even close. The closest are Bet365 poker and William Hill but it's still not the same.
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November 26, 2017, 03:22:44 AM
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The best poker sites besides Poker Stars are those where you can play with consumer protection service inclusive and deposit and withdraw bitcoin:

Crypto Poker sites with cost free consumer protection service

You can read on poker forum 2+2 that 100% sure does not exist and there are reported issues with almost every site!

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November 29, 2017, 06:58:10 PM
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The best poker sites besides Poker Stars are those where you can play with consumer protection service inclusive and deposit and withdraw bitcoin:

Bitcoin Poker sites with cost free consumer protection service

You can read on poker forum 2+2 that 100% sure does not exist and there are reported issues with almost every site!


Thank you! I never heard of this forum eather, will check it out now. Smiley
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November 30, 2017, 12:57:26 AM
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Carbon poker has the best software after pokerstars but they are taking 5% fee on bitcoin withdrawals. Apart from that i've played on betcoin, nitrogen and btckings and all of them are good paying sites.
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November 30, 2017, 07:50:48 PM
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Carbon poker has the best software after pokerstars but they are taking 5% fee on bitcoin withdrawals. Apart from that i've played on betcoin, nitrogen and btckings and all of them are good paying sites.

What about if you deposit cash and not bitcoin, how much do they take with withdrawals?
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November 30, 2017, 07:52:03 PM
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888 Poker try it out, very good support among any other Poker provider service.
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November 30, 2017, 11:13:51 PM
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Carbon poker has the best software after pokerstars but they are taking 5% fee on bitcoin withdrawals. Apart from that i've played on betcoin, nitrogen and btckings and all of them are good paying sites.

What about if you deposit cash and not bitcoin, how much do they take with withdrawals?

I never cashed out anything other than bitcoin but afaik 5% fee is only for bitcoin withdrawals and they take it no matter if you deposited fiat or btc.
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