Unibet Poker Revolution

Unibet took a brave leap by launching their own poker software – and it’s something very different to anything you have seen before. Indeed, it won the ‘Innovation In Poker’ award at the 2014 gaming industry (eGR) awards.

Most bookmaker poker is on a shared network, for example ‘iPoker’ (Bet365 Poker, Coral Poker, William Hill Poker, Ladbrokes Poker, Paddy Power Poker, Betfred Poker), which means that you are playing on the same tables, against the same players and on the same software, whichever of these sites you play with.

Unibet Poker is on a standalone network, so you are only playing against other Unibet customers, and more importantly they do not allow any third-party poker tracking software and do not let players select their cash table – both of which enable poker sharks to target weaker players.

Their philosophy is to return the game to a level playing field, even allowing you to change your identity up to three times a day to remain anonymous. Been caught bluffing once too often? Change your identity and stay unpredictable. This really is the perfect location for recreational players.

As you will see, it also looks very different to any other poker site – the software is fast and slick with fantastic graphics and over 100 avatars for you to choose to play with, plus an easy to navigate quick seat lobby.

Welcome Bonuses

Click here to join Unibet Poker and get an exclusive free £10 cash ticket to trial the software with no deposit required. Plus, every new player is also given a €2 Unibet Open satellite ticket and invited to 4 weekly €500 freeroll tournaments.

You can also earn a welcome bonus of up to €200 – with all tournament and cash game rake contributing as follows:

RAKE REQUIRED PER LEVEL
LEVELCASH REWARD
€21€1
€102€4
€503€15
€1504€40
€5885€140

As you can see, it takes next to no time to get to Level 2 – just €12 rake gets you €5 in bonuses. Then earn more as you play – when you get to €62 rake you will have been rewarded with €20 cash and if you hit €800 rake you’ll have collected €200.