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  Money : 0/10
Bonus: Up to $1000   Interface & customer service : 0/10
Bonus code:   Player Difficulty and Frequency : 0/10
Bonus other:   Tournaments : 0/10
Overview : 1/5


Red Kings is part of the OnGame network, so it shares its software and players with other rooms like Hollywood Poker and PokerRoom. Red Kings is not the most popular room on the network, which is due to poor advertisement, and not necessarily because of any poor service it provides.

Just as with Hollywood Poker, Red Kings has a structured sign-up bonus where you can choose from 3 different bonuses ranging from $250 to $1000. Therefore players can choose between the different bonus amounts depending on the size of their bankroll, as the smaller bonuses are easier to clear. The room also has great software, which brings you as close to 3D as you can get without having to use a graphics card to run it.

Money: 0/10

The sign-up bonus is available to all new depositing players, and offers the option of a $250, $500 or even $1000 bonus. The smallest bonus is easiest to clear, whereas the larger bonuses become harder to clear. Therefore if you have a small bankroll you should be aiming to clear the smaller bonuses rather than the larger ones, even though they may look far more enticing. The bonus can be a little difficult to obtain, as you have to accumulate a certain number of points before the bonus is then released in one lump sum. In addition, you have a 60-day time frame before the bonus expires.

Interface and Customer Service: 0/10

One of the most useful aspects of the Red Kings poker room is the no download feature on the site, which makes the room compatible for Mac users. Online poker can cause a problem for Mac users since their computers are often not compatible with the clients available for download from some of the big name poker rooms. However, the no-download feature means that Mac users can play poker straight from the Internet with ease. The no download feature is easy to use, and does not lag or slow down as long as you keep a good Internet connection.

Tournaments: 0/10

Texas Holdem, Omaha and Stud are all available on the OnGame network, including the varying betting structures in each.

Red Kings has a decent customer support that allows you to contact them via phone or email. There is currently no live-chat feature, which means the room is slightly lagging behind when it comes to customer support compared with some other large rooms. The response times for email are decent but they are not superbly fast. All questions are usually addressed correctly.

Player Difficulty and Frequency: 0/10

The OnGame network receives a higher volume of players than the industry standard. Even though Red Kings is not one of the most popular rooms on the market right now, it does not suffer from a lack of traffic because all of the players on the network are shared. The players on the network are quite fishy, and you will find them playing at peak European times because the room does not currently accept players from the US.
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