Pokamania Switches Network

After being a part of the Hives network for just under a year, Asian based poker room “Pokamania” has made the switch to GG network. Players who are familiar with the poker room can expect a few changes, but most of them are positive, and should improve the playing experience of all regulars onsite.

More action

On the Hive network, players have become used to games struggling to stay running at $0.25/0.50 with traffic being relatively slow. On the Asian based GG network, games are running regularly, up to $1/2 and sometimes higher in both Holdem, and PLO. There is also a weekly $100 buy in tournament on Sunday, with a $10,000 guarantee.


Pokamania Lobby

Mobile friendly

The poker room can be used on a mobile phone, both in Android, and Iphone formats.

More game variety

In their own twist on the popular Spin &Go tournaments seen elsewhere, GG network have their own “Mega Spin” tournaments which carry a $120,000 jackpot and operate in much the same way. Also, all in or fold tournaments which give players just those two options, are there for those who want their tournaments to be fast and simple.

Game Features

Players also have an option to implement a “run it three times” rule, and also to place a straddle during games.

Softer Field

On the old network, most of the opposition consisted of European players, who are quite strong, on average. On the new network, most of the opposition will be Asian, and with poker still growing in many parts of Asia, players will mostly be less experienced than in other parts of the world.


Pokamania Tables

Deposit Bonus

In addition to these positive differences, there will be a 100% first time deposit bonus, of up to $1,000. To claim your bonus use the Sign Up Code:  SMPVIP


No Account on Pokamania?

Sign Up now using the bonus code "SMPVIP", make your first deposit and receive a 100% Bonus up to $1000

Read our review of Pokamania


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Louis Hartwell

Graduated in Media Communication at the University of Lausanne, Louis Hartman is a co-founder of He began his career in Cambodia as freelance journalist. In same time he was making his living by playing poker every night at that time. Intense learner, he read dozens of poker strategy books to improve his skills during many years. With a strong interest about poker "behind the scene" in Asia and his communication skills, Louis launched Somuchpoker in 2014.

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