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Playing online poker games has never been more fun, realistic and exciting. Play games against poker players from around the world. UltimateBet games have been designed and tested by the pros to create the most authentic poker game experience you will find online.

Whether you play for fun or for money, the download is free and the tables are filling up. Download and join the poker action now!
Ultimate has all the usual games (holdem, 7-card, 7-card hilo, Omaha, Omaha hilo) but some nice extra's include pinapple and Triple draw lowball. There is also a high hand jackpot every 90 minutes.

If you ever had any doubts in your mind that Ultimate Bet might not be the right poker room for you, would it change your mind if told you that it is endorsed by pros like Phil Hellmuth, Annie Duke and Dave Ulliott?
How about if you knew they were licensed by the Kahnawake Gaming Commission, and thus their software is subjected to regular audits concerning fairness and security? Thought so…

Ultimate Bet was started in 2000, with software that was built with assistance from true poker professionals. The client software is one of the main attractions of UltimateBet. The interface is a testimony of the effort that went into it. Security-wise there can be no complaints whatsoever.
The lobby is simple-enough to provide for easy navigation, yet it looks good enough to convey the right kind of feeling.

The game selection is excellent on Ultimate Bet. They have games that not even some industry-leaders offer: such is Pineapple poker and Triple Draw (besides the customary Holdem, Omaha and 7-card stud games, of course). Unfortunately, because they are not exactly well known and popular, these games get little traffic.

Ultimate Bet offers a great way for beginners to get the feel of a real money game: micro limit Holdem. There are stakes as low as 0.01/0.02 dollars (that’s 1/2 cents!). This way, rookies can get enough real money experience under their belt before they move on to 0.25-0.50 dollars.
Not many poker rooms offer so many stakes/limits for their games.

Player traffic is more than decent at Ultimate Bet, there are around 9,000-12,000 players in the room at peak hours which is more than enough to provide plenty of action for Holdem and Omaha. The rest of the games could use some fresh player influx, but they’re not as popular anyway, so new players might just join the fray at the Holdem tables themselves. At any rate though, diversity is there.

The customer support service at UltimateBet is not the best in the industry, but it’s pretty good as it is. They reply to emails fast, and questions are usually solved in a very effective manner.

Promotions-wise Ultimate Bet is not a dime a dozen operation. They will give you a 111% match on your first deposit up to $1100 (talk about generosity). Considering the fact that most rooms hover around $100-$200 in this respect, Ultimate Bet once again proves worthy of your attention.

Releasing this hefty bonus is not child’s play, of course, basically you need to generate $10 in rake (the equivalent of 10 Ultimate Bet Poker points) to unlock $1 of your bonus. As I said, it’s a lot of work, but it’s ultimately worth it.

Tournaments are where the real action takes place at UltimateBet. They have a guaranteed $200,000 weekly event, and given the fact that they’re one of the older online poker rooms around, they have a fair selection of high buyin tourneys.
The Ultimate Bet Online Championship is another high-stakes event that they have. This basically consists of a series of smaller tourneys with $1,000,000 guaranteed prize pools, which feature games like Texas Holdem, Omaha and H.O.R.S.E.

What about player skills? You might ask… that is kind of a delicate issue at UltimateBet. There are quite a few very sharp players around (like the indomitable Antanas ‘Tony G.’ Gouga, owner of PokerNews.com). If you happen to run into one of them, move out of the way or get fried. There is a whole bunch of fish too. This very intricate mix of good and bad players makes Ultimate Bet quite a treacherous terrain for the reasonable player on the hunt for some rookies. Not as loose as Party Poker, but not nearly as tight as some of the tightest rooms out there.