Unibet Poker Review
Unibet uses the Microgaming Network software but only uses the Microgaming Network Network for games of €0.25/€0.50 NL and below and some tournaments. “Unibet-only” games will be marked in green. All games except the occasional tournament are in euros. Unfortunately, Unibet does not accept U.S. players. Players that sign-up through RakebackPros will be eligible for a 30% Loyalty bonus. Recently Unibet introduced Fast Poker, a new way to play online poker that is very similar to Rush Poker, which instantly moves you to a new table when you fold your hand.
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Getting Started with Unibet Poker
Unibet Poker Sign-Up Bonus
New players signing up at Unibet through RakebackPros will receive a 100% up to €500 sign-up bonus. All you need to do is sit at a cash game table or enter some tournaments and the rake you pay goes towards a cash reward. You will have 60 days to clear the bonus before it expires.
Unibet Poker Rakeback
Unibet players who sign up for Unibet through RakebackPros receive an instant VIP upgrade to Platinum that will automatically pay players 30% rakeback every week. Unibet will award players with VIP points and will pay rakeback on your play Monday to Sunday each week. The Loyalty bonus is passed on the average contributed method of calculation, meaning players who put money into the pot will receive an equal share of rake. Players can exchange their points every Monday for rakeback. There is no minimum requirement for rakeback exchanges.
Unibet Poker Bad Bead Jackpot
Unibet offers Bad Beat Jackpot tables. If you lose Quad 8s or better playing Texas Hold’em and both the winner and loser use both hole cards the bad beat jackpot is hit. When the jackpot is hit 20% of the jackpot is used to reseed the next jackpot, the house takes 10% and the remaining is split among the players. For the remaining amount, the player that lost the hand gets 50%, the player that beat him gets 25%, the other players at the table that were dealt in split the remaining 25%. Unibet rakes $.50 when the pot reaches $5 at all bad beat jackpot tables.
|Limit Hold’em||€0.02/€0.04 up to €25/€50|
|No Limit Hold’em||€0.02/€0.04 up to €50/ €100|
|Other Games||Pot Limit Hold’em, Omaha (PL), Omaha H/L (PL), 7 Card Stud (PL), 5 Card Stud (PL), 5 Card Draw (NL), Razz|
|Heads Up Tables||€0.25/€0.50 up to €50/€100|
|Sit n Go Tournaments||0.50+0.10 up to 1000+90 ($, €)|
|Multi-table Tournaments||€1+€0.10 up to €275+€25|