Cake Poker knows that balance is the secret to success. Cake Poker really does have tournaments and cash games for every level of player. Whether you are a high roller, a bankroll builder, or just a moderate stakes weekend warrior, Cake Poker has games that will attract and please you.
Cash game players can choose to play for 4 cents a hand or really get in touch with their inner high roller by plunking down $200 blinds to start with. All levels in between are well represented, and full tables abound at every price range.
One of their newest features is double or nothing sit and go tables. Half the players double their money. These sit and go tables have become immensely popular very quickly, and there are players that play them exclusively. Again, these tournaments come in a wide range of buyins, finding a suitable level for your bankroll is quick and easy.
Of course they also offer standard sit and go games with more traditional payout structures, as well as multi-table sit and go games as well.
Multi-Table tournament players will be pleased with the selection whatever their level may be. Qualify for a $1000 freeroll, play a 10ct or 25ct rebuy tournament, maybe splurge and play a $2 tourney. A bit tame you say? well then, step on over to one of Cake Poker's guaranteed tournaments. Maybe the $250,000 guaranteed is more to your liking. Buy into the $250k for $268, or win your way in with satellites as low as $2.20. As in the other formats, there are many different price ranges between the examples listed.
The play at tables is smooth. Large cards are easy to see. Large action buttons reduce misclicks. The tables are resizable, so play one table full screen, or multiple tables reduced down side by side. All the best features players hope for are present. Four color decks, chat mute, dealer mute, preferred seating, player notes, really all the best features players have come to expect from a top quality poker room.
Cake Poker Software
The software platform is extremely stable and reliable. "Waah, I got disconnected from Cake" just does not happen. No errors or freezes either. It does take a little memory to run (80megs or so), but that's a small amount for today's computers, and even a smaller price to pay for reliability. The software network is expanding, and the software handles this flawlessly.
What are you waiting for? Haven't you signed up yet? Really, Cake Poker offers everything any player, at any level, could possibly want. The question you need to ask yourself is "can I afford not to play at Cake Poker?