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  Party Poker is almost similar to Empire Poker so some parts of this review contain information also related to Empire. Party Pokerís traffic appears to be the biggest on the net. In June 2004 the average number of ring game real-money players was 8,000-10,000 at peak hours and the average number of tournament real-money players was 11,000-13,000 at peak hours. Party Poker hosts more than 70% of all fixed limit Texas Holdem tournaments in the world.

 The software of Party Poker is nice and easy to use. Table graphics are less impressive than at Empire Poker, but from a practical standpoint the playability is good. Characters do sit at the table, suits can be easily distinguished, what else do we need? The game doesnít eat up computer's resources and connection in the presence of one of the biggest traffic among online poker rooms is mostly constant. Delays or disruptions happen rare.

  Site Information
 For some reason, the view flop percentages are not presented and one can only see the average pot size of the last 20 hands. It is better to watch the game for a few minutes before joining it.

 Online Games Offered
  Texas Holdem, Omaha Hi-Lo, Omaha, 7-Stud.

Partypoker  Limits Offered
 Fixed Limit: $.50-1, $1-2,$2-4,$3-6, $5-10, $10-20, $15-30.
 Pot Limit/No Limit: $.50-1, $1-2, $2-4

 Tournaments offered
 The players are offered to play Single- and Multi-Table Fixed-Limit Holdem, No-Limit or Pot-Limit Holdem, Fixed Omaha Hi-Lo, Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo, and Fixed 7-Stud (single-table only). They also have sit-n-go multi-table tournaments.

  Tournaments Buy-ins
 Buy-ins for single-table games are $5, $10, $20, $30, $50, $100, $200 ($50 and $100 are only for holdem, holdem tournaments at all limits are popular for both single and multi). Multi-table game buy-ins are $5, $10, $20, $30, $50, $100.

 Bonus Programs
 Use the following codes to get a bonus on your first deposit at Party Poker:

 PC25 to get a $25 bonus on any size deposit and

 PC100 to get 20% bonus up to $100. So if you deposit $200, you get $40, if you deposit $500, you get $100

Partypoker Promotions
 Party Poker has one of the best promotion system among online poker rooms. Each year they hold the world-famous Party Poker Million Tournament. Furthermore they have good promotions for regular users. These are based on the raked hands the players have used, with free rolls and money added tournaments. A standing membership referral scheme, paying $50 to the referrer and $25 to the new member does exist.

  User Support System
 User support is good and is considered to be one of the best among the online poker-rooms. One is almost guaranteed to get a quick well-written answer to his or her question.

  Deposit and cash out options
 Deposit options:
 VISA, MasterCard, NETeller, FirePay, ePassporte, Citadel, eChecks, bank draft, cashier's check, money order, inter-account transfers.

 Cash out options:
  EChecks, NETeller, wire transfer and check.
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