Tiger Gaming Poker review

 

The big news from Tiger Gaming Casino’s poker section is that they recently upgraded their software, featuring a much better user interface and smooth-as-silk in-hand gameplay. Lots of other positive upgrades have also taken place.

A crucial addition has been the new Time Bank. All of us have those close-call hands when you’re just not sure what you want to do and the regular hand clock is starting to approach zero. Now, with the time bank, you have some extra time when it matters most; hit it for an extra few seconds to make your call, to give you time to analyze your opponents, to strategize on your move.

Beyond the software improvement, the structure of the poker game at Tiger Gaming Casino has also been revamped for the better.

They improved their tournament structure, primarily by adding two big freerolls with $10,000 to be won in each and no entry fee.

They are running many more direct satellites for bigger and better tournaments. In these, you buy a very cheap ticket to a lower-level tournament, and if you do well, you win a ticket to a big-money tournament to be held at a later date.

Tiger Gaming Casino has also added new and exciting player contests. They’re updated directly in the poker software, so it’s easy to keep track of how well you are doing. And because the tracking for these contests now takes place in real time, you can check your place on the leaderboard after your sessions; there’s no need to wait until the next day for your points to update.

They also added three new poker variants: 7-Card Stud, Americana, and 32-Card Draw.

Poker Room Promotions

Tiger Gaming Casino’s poker room promotion is especially powerful right now.

To get it, you need to deposit a minimum of $50. It’s just that simple! Then you just send an email to bonuses@tigergamging.com asking for your matching bonus and Tiger Gaming Casino will manually add your bonus to your account (Put NEWTG in the subject line of your email). Once you have your bonus, there is a wagering requirement in order to withdraw it, and that wagering requirement is measured by how many Comp Points you earn.

Every time you earn 1,500 Comp Points, you will release $5 until you have released your entire bonus. Comp points can be used to buy into a variety of special tournaments. In cash games, for every cent you earn in rake, you will receive a point. In tournament play, every $1 you pay in fees will earn you 100 points.