24h Poker rakeback
24H Poker may not be the right choice for you if you’re looking for a high traffic-volume room which offers you nice action on all limits and poker variants. Launched in 2004, when the online poker industry experienced its greatest boom, 24h Poker has enjoyed the benefits of a comprehensive advertising campaign all the way through to 2005. Since then however, its attractiveness has somewhat faded, though the room is still an excellent choice for those who play on Linux or Apple. Scandinavians will also like this poker room, due to the fact that it offers Soko, a poker variant popular in the Nordic countries. Don’t expect to find much action at the exotic poker variant tables though. Most of it is focused on low and micro limit Holdem tables. 24H Poker does not currently accept US players and there is no 24h Poker rakeback offered either.
The software is somewhat unstable, a fault probably stemming from the fact that it is compatible with Linux and Apple platforms too.
The lobby is not the easiest to navigate either. There are blank areas which do not seem to serve any kind of purpose. The tournament lobby is a handful as well, with information displayed in an apparently chaotic manner. Other than that, the 24H Poker software is OK. It has some useful unique features and its compatibility is more than welcome for some players.
Traffic is not exactly great at 24h Poker. A 24h Poker rakeback deal and a friendlier policy towards US players would probably take care of that issue though, as the site is otherwise a very competitive one. There are around 3,000 players at its tables at peak hours, but usually a total field of 2,000 is what you’re going to find there. Most of the traffic is focused on the cash tables though, only around a third of it is tourney traffic.
24h Poker doesn’t currently offer live support. Their support team, though knowledgeable, can only be reached through email. Response times are not the fastest either.