Thursday, June 01, 2017

New Real Money Mobile Poker at Intertops and Juicy Stakes -- No App Required

Intertops Poker and Juicy Stakes Poker have just launched a new mobile poker platform with all the same incredible features that have made the poker rooms so popular online – but optimized for on-the-go poker play. Designed for smaller smartphone and tablet screens, it has simple tap-and-swipe controls and game play at the slick new poker table is quicker than ever.  No app is required – players simply log on through the browser on their Apple or Android smartphone or tablet.

“I like the eight-handed tables a lot” said Tim O’Keefe, a poker pro sponsored by Intertops.  “It's only a slight change of pace, but it speeds up the action nicely. More action and more hands per hour equals more fun!”

Video: New Mobile Poker Room for Smartphones and Tablets

Intertops' and Juicy Stakes' new mobile poker rooms are faster than ever and easy to navigate.

“I'm sure there are plenty of other players out there like me that find themselves getting a little bored sitting at a live poker table for hours on end, only seeing a fraction of the hands per hour they’re used to when playing online,” he added.  “This Instant play mobile solution is a great way for me to help ward off the boredom and increase my hourly rate! I just get my tablet out and open an online tourney or cash game while playing live -- problem solved!”

“I have a couple of free poker apps on my phone but none where I can play for real money,” said another player.  “There’s always lots of action in the Intertops and Juicy Stakes poker rooms – it’s great to be able to play any time, anywhere.”

Both Intertops Poker and Juicy Stakes, the busiest online poker rooms on the Horizon Poker Network, welcome players from anywhere in the world. They're for hosting online satellite tournaments and sending winners to exotic locations for big money tournaments. This month there are daily online satellites for the European Poker Championships. The winner of the next Final (June 11th) will get a $4500 prize package and play in the €2,700 ($3,000) buy-in Main Event in Austria next month.

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