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Merge Poker Network Likely to Pass Bodog Poker

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Dec/21/2008
Merge Poker Network

The Merge Poker Network, which includes its flagship brand Wass Poker could be on its way to surpassing Bodog Poker in another two months at its current growth rate.  The online poker network is currently running neck and neck with the more established BetFair brand and has seen its player base more than double in the last few months. 

Merge was approximately 300 players on average off from passing Bodog Poker, a web venture that continues to lose market share.

PKR, Microgaming and Entraction have all passed by Bodog in the past two months. 

Merge Gaming had 3305 players online Sunday night, though not all of them are real cash players.  Bodog Poker was listing 3709 players.

The Merge Gaming Network offers a world class digital gaming platform built from the ground up by a team with years of experience operating many of the traditional software provider offerings, according to its website. This has resulted in a very stable and scalable gaming platform offering operators a wide variety of games, very quick turnaround times and detailed reporting.

Merge's proprietary gaming software has undergone strict testing carried out by external third party auditors (including RNG verification) and adheres to all security standards as mandated by the major processing networks.

The Merge Gaming Network is rapidly expanding, with several well know brands in the final stages of migration. Through continued partnerships like this, Merge is quickly becoming one of the fastest growing networks in the online gaming industry.  Merge is licensed by Kahnawake.

In addition to Wass Poker, the Merge Network includes Reefer Poker, an online card room for pot smokers.   Carbon Poker, an established brand, is also on the network.

Additionally, Merge offers some great real money tournament buy-ins.

Merge Gaming satellite tournaments are held to provide low cost entries into a larger event at a later date.

Every day Merge Gaming gives players the chance to earn themselves an entry into Grand Final events, where either large guaranteed prize pools or real life tournament packages are given away. There are multi table tournament (MTT) and Sit'n'Go satellites starting from as low as $2 buy-in.

Players may buy in at any level or work their way up to the Grand Final events, where either large guaranteed prize pools or up to $15,000 real life tournament packages are given away.

Merge and Wass Poker do take US customers.  Wass is offering a 100 percent bonus up to $500 and one of the best Bad Beat Jackpots out there. 

 

Ace King, Gambling911.com 

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