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As poker continues to grow in popularity due to increased television coverage, larger prize funds, and more prestigious tournaments, it’s unsurprising that online poker is now attracting more new players than ever before. Whether it’s sit-and-go tables, tournaments or private rooms, a lot of betting fans are now adding poker to their online casino experience, playing Texas Hold ‘Em, Omaha, 7-Card Stud and High/Low Chicago.

With so many new players flocking to poker, online casinos are now offering some incredible bonuses to new players, including no deposit bonuses.

While a lot of betting fans might know about poker, it takes more than a passing knowledge to be able to win regularly when playing online poker. Rather than having to lose money for a significant period of time before really getting to grips with the game, no deposit bonuses give players the opportunity to learn all the different factors that make poker such a popular game.

Some no deposit poker bonuses are cashable, meaning the player has to achieve a certain requirement before being able to make a withdrawal, such as winning 10x the bonus amount.

Other no deposit bonuses are non-cashable which, while boosting a playing account, will ultimately be deducted from a player’s winnings when making a withdrawal. Both cashable and non-cashable bonuses are excellent ways for new players to learn the game without making a financial commitment.

Most no deposit poker bonuses are used to play Texas Hold ‘Em, the most commonly played version of poker and the game played in most of the major tournaments such as the World Series of Poker.

But there are plenty of other variations that attract plenty of poker fans to online casinos. While not the same as Texas Hold ‘Em, Omaha is a similar game only differing by the fact players receive four hole cards and five community cards all dealt at the start of each hand.

7-Card Stud sees players look to make the best hand from their seven cards, with three cards down and four up. 5-Card Stud starts with players being dealt five cards before being given the chance to trade in as many as three in order to make their best hand.

While High/Low Chicago and Follow the Queen are usually games reserved for experienced poker players, both games are thoroughly enjoyable as long as you know what you’re doing. Using your no deposit bonus is a good way to get through the initial phase of learning both of these games.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can you play online poker on your mobile too?

    You can play online poker on your mobile too, just like other casino games. Most online casinos use HTML5 technology, allowing you to visit the website just as easily on your mobile as on your computer or tablet, as long as you have stable and fast internet. Many websites also have a separate mobile app for poker.

  • What are the game rules for Texas Holdem?

    The game rules for Texas Holdem are the most common rules. In this version of poker, you as a player get two cards in your hand, which you combine with up to five cards on the table. In other poker versions such as Omaha, you get multiple cards, but choose which cards you use for the best combinations.

  • There are as many as dozens of different online poker variations and the most commonly played are Texas Holdem, Omaha, Caribbean Stud Poker, Seven Card Stud and video poker.

  • How is online poker different from video poker?

    Video poker is a variation of poker that you play alone. Here you play on a kind of online slot machine, where you are dealt five cards. You choose which cards you want to keep and swap the remaining cards. For combinations with the five total cards after your choices, you get winnings.

  • How many people can you play online poker with?

    In online poker types where you play with opponents, the maximum number of players at one table is often ten. In a poker tournament, the number of players can reach into the thousands, but you play at different tables.

  • What are the rules of play for online poker tournaments?

    The rules of play for online poker tournaments vary from tournament to tournament, but are always known in advance. As a player, you know what the small blind and big blind are, how much the buy-in is and whether you can come back later in the tournament with the same buy-in. Also, what the winner of the tournament gets is always known in advance.

  • What is the ‘Return to Player’ for online poker?

    The Return To Player cannot be indicated for online poker where you play against other people, but for video poker where you play against the computer, the RTP is 97-99%.

  • What are the most famous poker players?

    Since poker became increasingly popular in the early 1990s, there have also been a growing number of players who have achieved star status. Some of the most famous players you often see on television and at big tournaments include Daniel Negreanu (GGPoker ambassador), Phil Hellmuth, Phil Ivey, and Jennifer Harman.