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Merge Poker Network

Merge Gaming Network

Merge Gaming Network is a new and popular online poker network that has managed to reach the Top 20 list of poker networks within just 2 years of launching.

An Introduction to the Merge Gaming Network

The Merge Gaming Network has not been around as long as some of the other networks have, having launched operations in the beginning of 2007. However, it has still done fairly well for itself, breaking into the list of Top 20 online poker networks in the industry, and racking up a large number of poker rooms in the bargain.

The Merge Gaming Network is secured by Thawte and licensed and regulated by the Kahnawake Gaming Commission. The popularity that the network enjoys is largely because of its proprietary software, which provides the different poker rooms on the network with a range of features.

More about the Merge Gaming Network

The Merge Gaming Network consists of 23 poker rooms in all – Carbon Poker, Reefer Poker, RPM Poker, Poker Nordica, Iron Duke, Texas Holdem, Golden Arch Poker, Rumble Poker, Poker City, Jam Poker, Walker Poker, G2G Poker, Spin32 Poker, Lucky Hog, Wass Poker, ACED, Optimus Poker, Kings Club Poker, Its Real Poker, The Ultimate Game Room, Black Chip Poker, and 365 Bonitas.

There are a number of soft games at the Merge Gaming Network, and as a result you are likely to come across a number of newcomers and low-skilled players in the different rooms on this network. That, in a way, is good because it increases your chances of scoring a few wins here.

The Merge Gaming Network accepts players from all the states of the United States except the state of Kentucky.

Traffic at the Merge Gaming Network

Traffic on the Merge Gaming Network is not as high as one would expect it to be, given its rapidly surging popularity. However, given that it has been around for just over two years now, the numbers are a good indicator of how far the network can go in the future.

With 23 rooms, the Merge Gaming Network has, on an average, a fair number of players. At the time of writing this review, the number on the networks website indicated a total of 2,927 players. This number could easily touch 4,000 during peak hours on the network.

Software and Games at the Merge Gaming Network

The software that runs the Merge Gaming Network is proprietary, and brings with it a number of positives. The software provides the rooms with a slick interface, cool graphics and sound, smooth functionality, rapid download speeds, table resizing, hand history, and other standard features.

There are a number of games on offer at the Merge Gaming Network. The games available in the rooms on this network include Texas Hold’em, Omaha, Stud Poker, Draw Poker, and H.O.R.S.E. All the games are available in fixed limit, no limit, and pot limit mode. Players also get to participate in a number of exciting tournaments and freerolls when they register with any one of the poker rooms on the Merge Gaming Network.

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