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WAR at Cake Poker

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Aug/22/2011
WAR at Cake Poker

There is WAR at Cake Poker.  Death, dismemberment?  Not quite.

Cake war can be found as part of the new Cake 2.0 software update.

The popular online poker network, still catering to US players, has added a few new card games, War being one of them. 

From AintLuck.com:

Cake WAR is an online multiplayer game, inspired by the all-time classic card game, but now with a new adult twist. Each player starts the game with the same ten cards and is forced to out-think and out-guess his opponents to accumulate the most cards and ultimately, the most points to win the game.

Though the game itself is extremely simple, it offers its players amazing depth through strategy and bluffing while also allowing for dynamic interaction between players. Cake WAR is offered in two formats; Blitz WAR and Tactic WAR with both variants offering players options such as multi-table tournaments, sit n’ go’s and ring games. The game of WAR appeals to online poker players and gamers alike as it offers both groups the mental challenge and competition they thrive on with the added bonus of winning actual cash for their skills.

HoldEmPokerChat.com noted:

It’s a simple game to learn but a difficult game to master, which is why it’s become such a popular staple at Cake Poker.

Cake WAR is played with a tournament buy-in structure, which is how the prize pool for the winners is formed.  

For rakeback fans, Cake Poker is still offering up to 33 percent by the way.

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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