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The Softest Online Poker Sites – The Fishiest!

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Aug/06/2011
The Softest Online Poker Sites

Some of the softest online poker sites (also called “the loosest”) include the likes of 888Poker.com, Titan Poker and PokerStars (none of which accept US players at this time). 

888 poker

Today we look at 888Poker as the “fishiest” and there is good reason for this.

The online poker site’s mass media exposure throughout Europe and Canada help bring in “fish” who might not otherwise play at an online poker room.

Likewise 888 owns one of the biggest online casinos in the world, so players tend to move between the two platforms using the same accounts. 

When considering which online poker rooms might have the softest play, look for those connected with a sportsbook.  888.com has one of the biggest Internet sportsbooks in the world.  Online sportsbooks are notorious for attracting so-called fish.

888Poker is now the 5th largest online poker room in terms of real cash play so the volume of players will never be an issue. 

888Poker.com was currently offering a 100 percent join bonus up to $400.

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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