Bet n Go’s first deposit triggers a 200% bonus up to $500 and the site is booming with different promotions and tournaments. We log around midnight CET whereas the main lobby window shows 19 tournaments starting within the hour. Omaha Pot Limit, Omaha Hi Lo, 7 Card Stud Texas Hold’em No Limit and Limit were all represented in this selection with buy-ins ranging from 0 (beginners freeroll) to $25+2.50 (satellite to an ECOOP event). The tournament peak time is around 20-22 GMT.
The Bet n Go software has simple table graphics with animated stereotypes in the seats around it. There are many gameplay options but the client is still relatively easy to operate. The hand history feature is very detailed and shows all action from all players in each hand, with the community cards and called/showed hole cards shown as images instead of numbers. The tables can be viewed in small version and as tiles, but cannot be maximized to a full window no matter how big the final table is.
The Bet n Go player note feature does not allow you to categorize players, but it allows you to mark a player as a friend so that you can easily search for your friends when you are logged in. This feature is of course also popular for when you find “living ATM’s” at the tables whom you wouldn’t mind cashing out from more than once.
Every real money hand you play awards you with Points that are calculated by the size of the pot in any given hand. A good estimation is 17 Points per dollar of rake. Once you have accumulated Points, you can cash them in at the Club Titan Store anytime you like.
The tournament rake is 10% with a few exceptions up to tournaments with a buy-in of $100 where the rake is usually $9. From there and up discounts are often but not always given. We should also mention that Bet n Go separates scheduled tournaments and satellites for live events, and there are usually several live events to qualify for under the live tab.
The iPoker Network does not accept American players.