LUCKY ACE POKER

REVIEW

At Lucky Ace Poker, new depositors are welcomed with a 100% bonus up to $400 whereas 25% may be given instantly. The rest of the bonus is paid after earning a certain amount of Status Points (see below). Lucky Ace Poker, which is largely connected with 888.com, is owned and operated by Cassava Enterprises in Gibraltar and accepts deposits with nearby every possible method available on the market in addition to tax free winnings within the EU.

The tournament lobby at Lucky Ace Poker includes a tab for Texas Hold’em tournaments, Omaha Hi tournaments, Omaha Hi/Lo tournaments, 7 Stud tournaments, and 7 Stud Hi/Lo tournaments, but there are only active tournaments for Texas Hold’em tournaments and Omaha Hi tournaments. All limits, buy-ins and variants are well represented for Texas Hold’em and Omaha Hi tournaments.

Lucky Ace Poker has a reputation of housing many weak players, which is always a plus except when you run into a bad beat against one of them. Large daily guarantees are played daily, and the site is now promoting a total $145K prize pool guaranteed weekly in daily tournaments under the label ‘The Daily Challenge Series’.

When you are a money player at Lucky Ace Poker, you automatically become part of their rewards program. As you play at ring games, tournaments and casino games at Lucky Ace Poker you will collect Status Points and Reward Points. The number of Reward Points you will receive for playing tournaments depends on your status, which can be Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, VIP or VIP Diamond depending on your playing frequency and the stakes. You can redeem $10 for every 1000 Reward Points you have.

The gameplay feeling and the client functionality was largely improved with a recent face lift, and the Lucky Ace Poker tables are now viewed in some good looking three-dimensional graphics. Tournament blind levels and tournament payout structure differs little from what seems to be the norm for online poker tournaments.

Late registration is not available, but the tournament breaks are synchronized. You can easily access casino, Black Jack and the sports book from the poker lobby. American players are not accepted, and tournament peak time seems to be around 20-21 GMT.

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