Playing poker on a Linux machine has always been a challenge, but the task just became easier thanks to the release of Playpokeronline.net’s Linux Compatible Poker Rooms Guide.
LONDON, May 26th 2012 /PNNewswire/ — Though long regarded as a somewhat obscure operating system preferred only by serious computer “nerds”, Linux is actually a highly regarded operating system, appreciated for its open source and ability to run some of the world’s fastest computers. It is also supported by many governments, among them Brazil, Spain, and Portugal.
It would follow that an operating system with such a foothold, particularly in the netbook market, is also popular with those who play poker online. Yet, it can be a challenge to find online poker rooms that are compatible with Linux. Playpokeronline.net takes some of the legwork out of what can be a frustrating search with its new Guide to Linux Compatible Poker Rooms.
PokerStars is the largest and most popular online poker site in the world, attracting some of poker’s top players and offering an exhaustive tournament schedule. It is also compatible with Linux, cementing its reputation as the best poker site online. Linux users looking to sign up with PokerStars will want to be sure to check out Playpokeronline.net’s PokerStars review for information on welcome bonuses, tournament schedules, promotions, and more.
Bodog Poker, which has now been around for over a decade, ranks right up there with top rooms in terms of traffic and popularity. As it too supports Linux, it is an especially good choice for players who like to play multiple tables at once, since Bodog has some of the best multi-tabling software currently available. Playpokeronline.net’s extensive review of the room is especially useful to new Bodog players looking to make sense of the welcome bonus, which is one of the easiest to clear offers around but can be confusing at first glance. Playpokeronline.net breaks the offer down simply, so you can spend less time figuring it out and more time working on achieving the bonus.
Titan Poker, long respected for its wide variety of game play, both on the low and high ends, is another room open to Linux users, though unfortunately not those form the United States. Very popular among European online poker players, Titan Poker is able to accept a wide array of currencies. Linux users interested in Titan Poker should be sure to consult the review available on Playpokeronline.net, which offers a comprehensive rundown of the available games, tournaments (of which Titan has an extensive schedule), and current bonus offers.