TonyBet Introduces Rake-Free NLH and PLO Cash Games

TonyBet have built themselves a reputation as the best online option for Open Face Chinese, and have done a good job of cornering that area of the poker market. While there are other poker rooms out there who outshine Tonybet in many ways, you have to applaud the boldness of TonyBet on building themselves around a fairly new game, whose popularity may yet fade in time.

This week, TonyBet have reiterated this boldness by doing something that hasn't been seen before, and may send countless players flocking to open an account with them. TonyBet have announced that they will be offering Holdem and Omaha games from now on, and in order to make a serious splash, they are running these games rake free for the time being. Holdem and PLO have been introduced on TonyBet, with stakes ranging between 0.01/0.02 Euros and 0.25/0.50 Euros. This limiting of stakes offered, along with rake free games for their launch, should ensure the maximum amount of player traffic is herded onto these tables. Although this is very likely only temporary, the fact that these will be the only rake free games anywhere online should lead to a spike in player traffic at Tonybet. The timing of this promotion is also interesting, with the TonyBet sponsored OFC World Championship due to begin in Prague in a weeks time.


TonyBet is offering PLO et NLH games

The fact that many players are becoming disillusioned with industry leader Pokerstars, can also potentially help TonyBet to gain a foothold in the Holdem and PLO online market. This special offer will expire eventually, so players should act quickly if they want to take advantage of it. Aside from the obvious benefits to experienced players, this is also a great opportunity for beginners to learn, and lose less money while they are sharpening their skill set.

Article by Craig B.


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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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