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The quality of the players at 7 Sultans Poker is fairly weak. They bet too quickly with marginal hands, and they’ll call most anything. However, there is very little player traffic when compared to other sites. It’s a part of the Prima network, a company that hosts many online poker rooms, but it just doesn’t feel the same as the big poker sites. Their traffic is almost nonexistent during the day and only picks up later at night. The players definitely are weak, but they arent the weakest around, nor are the numerous enough to be enormously profitable.
7 Sultans only has three of the standard five poker variants: Texas Holdem, Omaha, and 7 Card Stud. They also offer 5 Card Stud. They have no Hi/Low versions of these games. Also, unless it’s Texas Holdem, you won’t find more than 10 other games running. Their software isn’t that good compared to their competitors, either. Their limits are fairly varied, but there just isnt anybody playing at higher limits. Not the best site if you want to be able to find a table for any game, sit down, and play some poker.
Their first-time deposit bonus is somewhat different from other poker rooms, and they change it all the time. Currently, if you deposit $20, youll earn up to $200 bonus as you play. This is better than most other poker rooms for players with small bankrolls. However, they require you to play as much as 600 raked hands for every $20 increment. They have a progressive bad beat jackpot for Holdem, which starts at $500 and gets $50 added to it each day. They also have a daily high-hand jackpot of $250.
The tournaments at 7 Sultans are barely satisfactory. They have three daily freerolls, two of which have $1000 or more in the prize pool. They’re able to do this because it’s throughout the Prima network. They have an alright selection of single table tournaments, but have only recently added multi-table. Their tournaments are primarily Texas Holdem, and really nothing special. They don’t have as many as some of the better sites out there. If you enjoy good tournaments and like to play often, look elsewhere.
Their customer support staff is satisfactory. They surprisingly offer email, live chat, and phone support. Their email responses can be rather slow, but still within an acceptable time period. Since it’s a member of the Prima network, depositing and withdrawing money is simple and fast. They offer a fair number of options for depositing, and all that’s necessary for withdrawing. Nothing worth noting except that they offer live chat and phone service, neither of which are top-notch.
I’m Jason Rockwell. When I’m not winning playing online poker, I enjoy writing about my love of the game. Thanks for visiting!