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Review of Everest Poker
Our average rating – 91.1 %

Bottom Line
“Everest Poker is the poker players’ choice all over the world.”

Site addresswww.everestpoker.com

Start of operation – 2005
Gaming software – Proprietary

Software type – Download version
Direct downloadDownload Everest Poker
Download size – 6Mb

Rating – 91.1%
Customer Service
Software and Graphics
Player Traffic/ Volume
Soft Competition
Financial Security
Game Variety
Signup Bonus
Loyalty Bonus

Games that can be played:

Limit Texas Holdem, No-Limit Texas Holdem

Languages that the software supports:

French, Spanish, Italian, Swedish, German, Japanese, Czech, Danish, Norwegian, Polish, Icelandic, Finnish

Operating system compatibility

Windows Compatible Poker room
Short Description

One of the main reasons to join Everest poker is their multilingual support, everest offer their website, software and customer support in French, Japanese, German, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish, Danish and other popular variations, a total of 16 languages.

Full Description

Against all odds, Everest Poker as a new poker room using it’s own poker software and not being part of any poker network, became one of the leading poker sites online. Since 2005 Everest has made a huge splash in the online poker community, with averaging 4,000 to 6,000 real money ring players on at once.
The main reasons for the great popularity of everest poker is it’s multilingual support and marketing efforts all over Europe. Everest poker was the only poker rooms not accepting US players even before the US online gambling ban took place, so it actually has profited from the U.S. online gambling ban and seems to attract new players ever since.

If you speak French, Japanese, German, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Spanish or another major language you may have found your new home at Everest Poker!
Player traffic at everest has been steadily increasing due to their heavy marketing campaigns in Germany, Sweden and other European and Scandinavian Countries.
For a limited time, everest poker are offering a special $100 Welcome Bonus to new players just for opening an account. Simply download the software and register to receive your $100 Bonus.

Software and Graphics

Great features that come with everest poker software is the small download size, which attracts players with all internet connections, multilingual including 16 different languages, and the poker training room tables. The avatar is pretty detailed with a semi-3D feel to it. The table graphic is also nice with a sharp layout. The games moves on a pretty quick pace, generally, hands per hour is between 50-55 which is pretty fast overall.


This is the only downfall we found at Everest poker as the only game available is Texas Hold’em. It is available in both ring games (Pot-Limit, No-Limit, Limit, and heads-up) and tournaments.
We met Everest management and they promised soon to add Omaha as well as Seven-Card Stud.

Poker Tournaments

The best tournaments on Everest Poker are probably the daily freerolls for cash and tournament tokens. Tournament traffic is mostly saturated on european time with freeroll players. Everest poker’s “play for free, win real money” tournaments have a large number of players.
Player Traffic

During peak hours there are 4,000 to 6,000 real money players at the cash games and around 12,000 at the tournament tables.
Soft Competition

Everest Poker has very loose games with a high pre-flop percentages. Even at the high stakes’ tables, the games are quite loose.
Signup Bonus

All new depositors get $100 bonus just for signing up! this is a limited bonus offer. You can deposit as low as $5 and get $100 bonus!
Loyalty Bonus / Promotions

Everest Poker rarely offer reload bonuses. They do have a system where you can earn points which later can be converted into merchandise or use to enter tournaments.

Customer Service

Very fast multilingual email support.
Financial Security

Although Everest Poker is a relatively new room on line it has no recorded problems.


  • $100 first deposit bonus

  • Multilingual poker

  • Loose games


  • Only Texas Hold’em games

Deposit methods     Withdrawal methods
  • Credit Cards:
    • Visa
    • Mastercard

  • E-Wallets:
    • Neteller

  • Other:
    • EcoCard

  • Credit Cards:
    • Visa

  • E-Wallets:
    • Neteller

  • Bank Accounts (Offline):
    • Bank draft

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