All-in-one online gambling site, Paddy Power, has announced their online poker platform is now available in no-download, Flash format. Great news for the poker community and Paddy Power's dedicated customers, the new poker software will allow Mac, Linux, Unix and PC gamers to enjoy the great poker action which the iPoker network is known for having.
Hosted on Playtech's iPoker network, the Paddy Power poker room is a busy place. Although the Flash platform at Paddy Power is only equipped to offer Texas Hold'em at this time, a company spokesperson said moves are being taken to get other poker games on the instant platform as well. For now, the Texas Hold'em lineup of games includes cash/ring games and single/multi-table tournaments. More good news is that the latest versions of Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer are compatible with the software.
For anybody unfamiliar with the iPoker network, many of the top online gaming brands in business today are on this network, including BetFred, BlueSquare, Boyle's Poker, Bet365, BetSky and Noble Poker. Of course, since we're talking about Playtech, the software itself is some of the most graphically innovative out there. Four poker games are offered (Texas Hold’Em, Omaha, Omaha Hi/Lo & 7 Card Stud) amidst a sea of sit 'n' go tournaments, free rolls and satellites to the biggest land-based poker tournaments in existence. Let me see....does the World Series of Poker and World Poker Tour ring a bell?
Handing out over ten million dollars every month, this is one active poker network. And with more players, that means more opportunity to find the perfect game suited to one's level of skill and bankroll size. Unlimited practice play is also enabled via a mirror fun-money platform with all sorts of tournament listings.
As for Paddy Power - if you didn't know already - they are Ireland's largest land-based bookmaker. Their online operations, of course, offer a large sports book, but also include an online casino, live casino, bingo, lottery, arcade games, and you guessed it - poker.