The poker boom was a period between 2003 and 2006, when poker, especially Texas hold 'em, as well as poker in general, became considerably more popular around the world. During these years’ online poker became so popular that the player pool at least doubled in size. Today online poker has ballooned to become incredibly popular and successful.
Playing poker online is very similar to playing at a casino table in terms of rules and the way the game is played. It has become increasingly simple to play and understand.
How do Poker Chips Work Online?
Online poker is like previously mentioned, very similar to playing in a casino. Rupees are converted to chips, which are used to play online poker. 1 rupee for example, represents 1 chip. Therefore, in a cash game for instance, ending your session with more chips than you started means you’ve won money through online poker. you can convert the chips you now own from winning in poker, back to rupees and withdraw, it’s that simple. Depending on the type of game you are playing and the table you are sitting in, there are different ways your chips can result in a positive pay out for you.
How to Cash Out Poker Chips
To join cash games in online poker, you must have chips. This means for cash games, you need to convert rupees to chips, and convert them back to rupees afterwards to take home your winnings. This is similar to the cashier you’d buy your chips from in the casino, and it’s a very straightforward way of winning from poker.
From Sit and Go’s however, the payout is different. Sit and Go’s are like mini tournaments, usually of just 3 or 5 players. Each player must buy in with a certain number of chips, but only 1 or 2 players can possibly profit from a Sit and Go. Oftentimes only the winner emerges victorious, giving you 1/3 or 1/5 chances of winning, but also paying out a much higher return if you are able to win.
Remember, tournaments and sit-and-go’s payout differently. The amount you win depends on the buy in and the starting chip amount.
Recent Indian Online Poker Game Reports
6th November 2018 13:42
Poker report on the 10 player match which included bentjamin, robbertak, mrjub, adaraadan, LuckyFlip, danapoker, deucesdhruv, luckboxx, vogtrainer, l-townrnder, from Tuesday
14th October 2018 10:28
Report on the sit and go table for Panaji Goa from Sunday 14th October which saw orhuper take the prize of 2,500.00 rupees on this 10 table.
11th August 2018 16:46
Report on the sit and go table for Boat Club Road, Pune from Saturday 11th August which saw itsava take the pot of 1,250.00 rupees on this 10 table.
15th October 2018 05:43
Poker report on the 10 player challenge between aryan10, ukki-peder, caldwell, sarita, caribchic, leftyodoul, inrub, reshet, stormy-wings, shivansh1975, from Monday