You certainly have the most choice in online poker. Dozens of real money poker rooms are waiting for you on the internet, mostly from the European Union. Many players in Germany are faced with the question: Live poker or online poker, which variant is better? Here you can find out more about the advantages of both online and offline poker.
Advantages of online poker
Live and online poker have both advantages and disadvantages. But especially with online poker you enjoy numerous advantages over the live poker game, which is why gambling on the net is becoming increasingly popular. As a result, the classic casinos are losing more and more customers to Internet competition.
One of the greatest advantages is certainly the fact that you only need a PC with an internet connection or a mobile device such as a smartphone or tablet to play online poker. You can also play at the online tables from home. You can save yourself traveling to a state casino, choosing the right outfit and observing the casino’s opening hours. Thanks to the triumphant advance of mobile apps, devices such as iPhone, iPad or Android cell phones can even be used to play online poker anywhere and anytime.
Anyone who registers on an online poker site for the first time can benefit from the providers’ generous deposit bonuses. As a new customer, you will receive a bonus on your first deposit at any good online poker provider. Most of the time, the first deposit is doubled up to a certain limit. For example, if you pay in 50 euros, the provider will give you an additional 50 euros. You must first clear this amount in order to receive the entire real money bonus after a certain number of hands played. In total, you would have a poker budget of 100 euros available, even though you only deposited 50 euros.
Beginners enjoy the great advantage of online poker that they can gamble for play money or micro-stakes with blinds of only 1/2 cent. There are also freerolls and other tournaments without buy-in, where you can get to know the game better and gain experience free of risk and free of charge. But in tournaments that are played without real money stakes, the strength and above all the seriousness of the players is often limited.