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TITAN POKER

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By: 
thomcat
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Software: 
Proprietary
Payment Method: 
Credit Cards, Immediate Deposit, Neteller, Epassporte, Firepay, Instadebit, Citadel,Click2Pay, OnDemandFunds, Central Coins, UsemyBank, Moneybookers, Ecocard, Paysafe, Bankdraft, Wire
Currency: 
US Dollar, Euro, GB Pound

One of my favorite things about Titan Poker is the integrated casino games – handy for me as I am not the most skillful poker player in the world and every so often I like to take a break from losing money at the poker tables! As well as the usual Texas Holdem, Omaha, Hi-Lo and Stud pokers, Titan also have roulette, blackjack, Caribbean poker, deuces wild and the Gold Rally slot.

Whatever time of day or night, the tables are always busy at Titan and there is a useful player search facility meaning you can find any player by username. Stakes range from 0.01/0.02 up to $50/$100 so there is always a game to suit whatever level you prefer to play. If you prefer a one to one playing experience there are plenty of heads up tournaments plus jackpot sit and go tournaments – on a $5 buy in, win the 10 player tournament five times in a row and you will win an amazing $22,000! There is also a consolation prize of $200 for five top two finishes.

There are lots of deposit options available including the new Immediate Deposit phone card system which lets US and Canadian players make deposits with a pre-paid phone card. There is an equally good range of cashout options and withdrawals are processed speedily. Players are kept informed of the wide range of promotions which take place daily and weekly at Titan – currently there is a tournament with a top prize of one million dollars. Your first deposit is welcomed with a 50% bonus which gets released as you earn Titan Points – Titans comp system which earns you freebies plus entries to special tournaments.

Overall Titan is a good place to play and with the added casino side games, ensure you never get bored if you want to take a break from poker.

As of October 10. 2006, no US players are being accepted.