The internet is not a difficult place to understand. If you want to look at a site about beer, go to beer.com. If you want a site about Bat-Man, go to batman.com. Given this easy navigation method, the most obvious place to play poker would be Poker.com, right? Well, to a degree. Poker.com is a relatively new website, but is growing quickly and should continue to do so due to the fact that the site almost caters to a niche market. While anyone could easily play on this site, it seems that Poker.com is being run with the low-limit player in mind.
First and foremost, the software runs efficiently and nicely as well. Everything is laid out rather simplistically; the screens are easy to navigate. The graphics seem to be slightly above par compared to the other poker sites. If site design is one of the major factors you look at when deciding where to play, check out Poker.com.
The bonus is nice, but nothing exceptional: 50% bonus up to $100. It’s good, and it really does help. Most of the tables are going to be low-limit tables, so if you’re looking to push out some big money you may want to look somewhere else. As far as support is concerned, the only option they have at the moment is e-mail support, but the responses are usually quick and helpful. Another fact is that it will take a couple of days to get your money back after you’ve won, so don’t worry about that too much. It happens to everyone.