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At bwin.com we believe our poker room is the most player focused and easy to use you can find. We are constantly reviewing and updating our software to ensure you have the best time you can have playing on our tables.
Here you can find out what great new features and innovations we've added to our tables and software as well as the hundreds of options you have avaliable to create your prefect poker experience.
Take a look at what we've done to make your multi table experience really efficient.
Late registration is great for those who sometimes lose track of time and enables you to get involved in a tournament even after the tournament has already begun.
bwin.com offers some tournaments with late registration up to 6 levels into the tournament, with late registration remaining open even if some players have been knocked out.
Synchronized breaks begin at 55 minutes past every hour for five minutes. The five-minute break will begin when all hands for each tournament end, For example, if a tournament starts at 21:10 (GMT +2), the tournament clock will stop at 21:55 (GMT +2) but all hands currently being played must be completed before the break actually begins. The tournament break counter then ticks down for five minutes and the tournament again resumes as soon as the five minutes elapses. The next Synchronized Break will take place at 22:55 (GMT +2).
The concept of synchronized breaks allows you to play more than one Multi-Table Tournament by providing that valuable break every hour across all tournaments.
Synchronized breaks will not happen in the following instances:
Please note the following when taking part in rebuy or add-on tournaments:
Now you can take advantage of the breaks during your extended tournament session. Even when you're playing in more than one Multi-Table Tournament, synchronized breaks will let you take time out without missing any of the action.
bwin.com is using Tournament Dollar (T$). If you win multiple entries to tournaments, any extra entries will be exchanged for Tournament Dollar which you can use to buy-in to any real- money or Sit & Go tournaments (Except Heads-up STTs).
A heads-up tournament consists of tables with two players per table. The players on each table play against each other (heads up) until a there is a winner. The winners then progress to further rounds to play more games until there is an overall winner.
The bwin.com poker client has a wide variety of keyboard shortcuts that will make playing poker with us a breeze. You can fold, check, call, bet and raise without having to move your mouse. You can also use shortcuts to select an action in advance or to act when it's your turn, just like you can when using the table buttons.
A new software feature that allows players to sit out at all cash game tables at the same time when they want to take a break. Players will be able to finish their hands on all tables but will then be sat out across the board. Apart from making sitting out of all cash games easier, this feature will also stop players from abusing our system by occupying vast amounts of tables in order to only play against certain opponents under specific conditions.
ElectraWorks Limited, the provider of this website, is licensed by the Government of Gibraltar and regulated by the Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner under the Gambling Act 2005. ElectraWorks Limited has been granted a fixed-odds licence (RGL No. 051) and casino licence (RGL N0. 50) for the operation of remote gambling.
Furthermore, ElectraWorks Limited is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission under the Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) Act 2014. ElectraWorks Limited has been granted License No. 000-039011-R-319371-004 for the operation of remote gambling in Britain.