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The opponents at Titan Poker can vary. On the one hand, you’ve got some unskilled players who are fairly easy to beat. On the other hand, you have the bonus hunters who go from one poker room to the other, getting the big bonuses and racking up a huge bankroll. The average player at Titan Poker is fairly tight, but you can find their loose players by playing at tables with a higher flop percentage. They’re a newer poker room, and as such they cant quite match the traffic of some of the older rooms, though they’re growing quite rapidly. Overall, an okay place to play poker as long as you’re careful to avoid the few sharks that swim in this tank.
Titan Poker falls a little short of their competition as far as game variety goes, since they only offer Texas Holdem and Omaha (regular and Hi/Lo versions). This isnt necessarily a detriment, though, as it means their table selection is fairly even for those two games. Their no limit Holdem games seem to be especially popular. The limits range from $.02/$.04 to $30/$60.
Titan Poker used to be on top of the industry with its first-time deposit bonus. Now, however, they offer a 50% bonus, up to $200. Still decent, but nothing compared to what they used to offer before they bailed on the US. They still occasionally offer re-deposit bonuses, typically 50% up to $50, but don’t expect them. While they don’t have a rewards system in place at this time (they say one is in development, though), they do offer some of the best jackpots you can find. Best hand jackpot, bad beats jackpot, and even different tournament jackpots.
Titan Pokers tournaments are setup quite nicely. They offer a $1,000 weekly freeroll for depositors, and they have some pretty big guaranteed cash tournaments. They offer a $25,000 monthly tournament, both $10,000 and $15,000 weekly tournaments, and daily tournaments up to $3,000 guaranteed. The tournaments at Titan Poker have variable competition. The tougher players used to avoid Titan like the plague, but now they’ve started gathering and are causing the tournaments to be filled with sharks.
The support at Titan Poker is, on average, good. Their email support can be frustrating at times, but they also offer live chat and 24/7 phone support, which is a rarity these days. Their support staff are all fairly knowledgeable and can answer most of your questions with relative ease. They have an incredible amount of deposit options, and their withdrawals are always reliable. The only possible complaint one could have is that it can take 3 days or more for a withdrawal to be processed, though they say theyre working on fixing that issue.
I’m Jason Rockwell. When I’m not winning playing online poker, I enjoy writing about my love of the game. Thanks for visiting!