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Roxy Poker

Visiting the website there is excellent info for the starting poker player. Roxy Poker itself just opened up its poker tables. The Roxy Poker Room is part of the Prima Poker Network, meaning thousands of people playing every day from the major online casinos. Test your skills against not only Roxy but Players from other Poker Rooms as well.

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  • 25% of first deposit up to $50 bonus
  • Texas Holdem, Omaha, Omaha Hi-Lo, 7 Card Stud and 5 Card Stud
  • 1-on-1 Play
  • 10 seat tables
  • Exclusive tournaments
  • Play for fun or play for real
  • NETeller, Firepay, PrePaidATM, ACH, Wire transfer, Visa and Mastercard accepted.

Poker Tournaments

Players at Roxy Poker Room can enter and play in tournaments. Tournaments will start when the table is full and a winner will be declared when one player has won all the chips. At this time the top three finishers will be paid and the tournament will be closed.


Each Fixed Limit single table tournament generally lasts a little over an hour, No limit single table tournaments typically last between 30 minutes to one hour.


Wager Limits

The Roxy Poker Room offers players three betting modes, Fixed Limit, Pot Limit and No Limit. You can see what types of betting is allowed for each game from the Lobby Screen. The "Stakes" column indicates the minimum/maximum bet for the table, and the "Limit" column indicated what type of betting is used. Games also have a minimum buy in, being the minimum amount of chips required in your account to play.

Fixed Limit games, called Fixed in the "Limit" column, are ones where the betting limits are structured by round. This is shown in the "Stakes" column, for example $10/$20 indicates that the initial bets and raises are $10, and the later bets and raises are $20. The minimum buy in for Fixed Limit games is ten times the minimum bet.

Pot Limit games, called PL in the "Limit" column. The maximum amount players can raise or bet is equal to the size of the pot. The size of the pot is the center pot, all bets on the table and the amount the player must call for the current bet. These calculations are handled by the software. The buy in for Pot Limit games is twenty times the minimum bet.

No Limit games, called NL in the "Limit" column, like Pot Limit games have no structure to the betting. Unlike Pot Limit games there is no limit on the maximum bet. As the name implies, No Limit games have no maximum limit on the amount you can bet or raise, though minimum raise is the amount of the previous bet or raise. The buy in for No Limit games is twenty times the minimum initial bet.

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