It has been over a year and a half now since the passage of the UIGEA and seemingly the end of internet poker for players in the USA. I came across a site today that works to help poker players in the USA to find internet sites where they are welcome. The site is Internet-Poker.co.uk. Their main page is located at http://www.internet-poker.co.uk/. Let me tell you, this site is a one stop portal for all you need to get back into playing poker on the internet.
The first thing I saw on the site was a chart listing the top 10 internet poker sites. The chart has a special column for those sites that accept players from the United States. The chart also shows the bonuses offered to players who can play for real cash and the bonus codes to use.
If you like, you can click on the link below the site to get the best sites for US Poker Players. That site is http://www.internet-poker.co.uk/US-Online-Poker-Sites-Accepting-USA-Players/ in case you want to go straight there. Once there, you get the same chart, but now with only sites that accept players from the United States. For those players who can deposit British Pounds, the UK Poker link (http://www.internet-poker.co.uk/Best-UK-Poker-Sites-Rooms/) will give you the sites that accept your money as is. Canadian’s also get their own page (http://www.internet-poker.co.uk/Poker-Reviews/Canadian-Poker-Sites-Canada-Accepted/). Those lucky Canadian don’t, however, get a list of sites that they can play on. They get the shorter list of sites where they cannot play along with deposit options.
The folks at Internet-Poker have given some of the top sites their own pages, complete with links, bonus codes, and reviews. Some of these sites are Party Poker (http://www.internet-poker.co.uk/Poker-Reviews/Party-Poker-Bonus-Code/), Poker Stars (http://www.internet-poker.co.uk/Poker-Reviews/www-PokerStars-com/) and one that I’ve not heard of before, Sky Poker (http://www.internet-poker.co.uk/Poker-Reviews/Sky-Poker-Review~41.html). There is even a page that lists sites that accept PayPal deposits from European players only.
Internet-Poker.co.uk rounds out their site with pages for Poker strategy and Poker news. Like I said, it is a one stop portal for the poker information that you are looking for. I do wish that the news page was full of hope for US players to be lifted free of the bonds of the UIGEA, but we will half to wait on that a while. In the mean time, you should check out Internet-Poker.co.uk.
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