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If it’s poker you’re looking for, Canbet Poker online offers a fully integrated poker platform with a variety of poker games including the mega-popular Texas Hold’em.
They even offer live dealers for those who prefer that realistic touch! But before we delve into the details, let’s take a look at the perks of becoming a member here.
You will receive a great sign up bonus when you deposit into your poker account!
Once you’ve become a member, the perks keep coming. You will also receive loyalty points for your play that can be redeemed for bonus chips!
Poker players will enjoy extra perks such as unlimited bonus cash based on play, Magic Hand and Bad Beat Jackpots and even a chance of winning a WSOP package worth $13,000 or more!
The poker craze is still going strong and Canbet with its poker network have literally thousands of players to prove it. Players can choose from Texas Hold’em, Omaha, 7 Card Stud and 5 Card draw.
They also offer a plethora of tournament styles including Guaranteed Tournaments, Rounder Tournaments, Heads-Up Tournaments and Sit & Go’s just to name a few. Every Sunday they give you a chance to take home a share of $200,000 for as little as $60+$5 or by qualifying in their weekly satellites for as little as $6+$.50.
If you’re lucky enough to receive a bad beat while holding a four of a kind, 8’s or better, you, and the other players at the table, will take home a share of the huge Bad Beat Jackpot currently worth thousands of credits! Never has getting beat been so rewarding!
Players can also vie for a chance of winning one of the Poker Fantasy promotions where they will be rewarded with a lengthy stay in a luxurious Vegas hotel, a 3-day WPT boot camp where they will receive hands-on training from the pros, spending money and a an entry into the WSOP where they can play for a chance to walk away with millions!
Canbet.com is a wholly owned subsidiary of International All Sports Limited (IAS) and is licensed and regulated by the Kahnawake Gaming Commission. IAS was established in 1995 and manages various gaming operations in both the UK and Australia.