Pokerstars is the most rigged platform and the high stacks players always have up to 70% advantage against the low stack players to kick them out fast of a tournament to re-buy and to fasten the tournaments.
PokerStars remains the biggest online poker site on the planet, despite some vocal discontent coming from the community. Various moves directed towards acquiring more recreational players and creating a more comfortable environment for them have split players’ opinions, but they remain the busiest, most lucrative, and most influential online poker site worldwide.
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With our PokerStars review, we wanted to cover mobile device use as most players want to take their online poker gaming on the go. The very same features and support can be found on mobile, allowing players to move from desktop to mobile with ease, never missing out on poker opportunities.
PokerStars Stars Rewards Review. You earn 100 reward points for every $1 you pay in rake, or 45 points for every $1 in tournament fees. Earn enough reward points and you earn a Stars Rewards chest, which offer random prizes that vary in value (e.g. from 60¢ to $12 for a Bronze chest). Only the basic Blue chest has a fixed value (60¢).
PokerStars is the world’s largest online poker room. The game selection offered by PokerStars is out of the league of any other site. PokerStars cash games, sit and gos and multi table tournaments have exponentially more player s than any other site. This is especially true for games other than Texas Hold’em.
If you’re interested in large numbers of players and a generous pool of opponents to choose from, there’s no better option than PokerStars. According to one leading gaming site, the lowest amount of traffic experienced by PokerStars during a 24-hour period is still double the peak hours of their competitors.
PokerStars is one of best poker rooms in terms of rake. The cash game rake is never more than 5% and the cap is $3 or lower for all but the highest limits. While most other operators cap the rake at $4 (or even €4) PokerStars has considerably lower caps, especially at the lower limits.
This is my review of Pokerstars. There is something going on in Pokerstars, that I say for sure, and I say they have a "moral justification" (though the intention is to profit). It is the same like that Baghdadi guy promising 73 virgins and righteousness in heaven to all the foot soldiers.