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Review of Titan Poker
Our average rating – 96.7 %

Bottom Line
“Gives you a 100% match bonus up to $500 on your first deposit”

Site addresswww.TitanPoker.com

Start of operation – 2005
Gaming software – Playtech
e-mail[email protected]
Phone – 1-866-636-3510

Software type – Download version
Direct downloadDownload Titan Poker
Download size – 5Mb

Rating – 96.7%
Customer Service
Software and Graphics
Player Traffic/ Volume
Soft Competition
Financial Security
Game Variety
Signup Bonus
Loyalty Bonus

Special Bonus Details
Sign Up Bonus: 100% Up to $500! (Deposit $400 get $400 Bonus)
Clearing Requirement:
400 player points/$5
Bonus expiration time
90 days
$75 bonus for each friend you bring to Titan Poker and your referred friends will receive a $25 Welcome Gift.

Games that can be played:

Limit Texas Holdem, Omaha, Omaha H/L, No-Limit Texas Holdem

Languages that the software supports:

English, French, Italian, German

Operating system compatibility
Windows Compatible Poker room


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Short Description

Full Description

Titan Poker is the leading poker room in the iPoker network operated by PlayTech, the world’s second largest casino software provider. The software comes in English, French, German, and Italian.

Software & Graphics:
Titan Poker’s software has an innovative and good interface, with colorful graphics. The functionality is and graphics are great.

There exists Holdem and Omaha Poker (High and High-Low) ring games, as well as heads-up, sit-and-go and multi-table tournaments.

Poker Tournaments:
Titan Poker runs plenty of free tournaments. Also the buy-in tournaments are well populated, fast and have good structure.

Player Traffic:
Traffic is great like any other i-poker network member.

Soft Competition:
Games are easy to play with quite a lot of of casino players and there are high value promotions.

Sign Up Bonus:
Sign Up Bonus: 150% Up to $600! (Deposit $400 get $600 Bonus)
Clearing Requirement: 400 player points/$5
Bonus expiration time: 90 days
$75 bonus for each friend you bring to Titan Poker and your referred friends will receive a $25 Welcome Gift.

Loyalty Bonus/ Promotions:
Titan Poker has a fair amount of promotions. They have a European Poker League, which is basically a tournament leader board that is only available to European players. They also have top hand/bad beat bonuses.
Titan Poker has a “Player Points” program through which players can enter special free rolls and get high value reload bonuses. In addition to this Titan Poker hosts a lot of free rolls and has a recruit-a-friend program which pays $75/ referred friend (the friend will get a welcome gift of $25).
Some of their other promos include sit-and-go jackpot tournaments, where players win an additional prize if they win a certain amount of sit-and-go tournaments consecutively. For example, if someone wins four consecutive $2+$.35 “Dirty Dozen” SNG tournaments, he or she would win an additional $2,000 prize. Titan Poker also has a bad beat jackpot, as well as a high hand of the day promotion.

Titan Poker has an extensive customer support team and offers email, phone, and live chat support. However, some of the agents are not as knowledgeable about poker as you’d hope they would be.

Financial Security:
The site is secure and is part of the iPoker network, which is backed by the renowned casino software developer and operator PlayTech.


  • Multi-lingual site

  • Buddy lists and find player function


  • Only Texas Holdem & Omaha games

  • Lower player volume in high stake games

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

  • PrePaid Cards:
    • PaySafeCard
    • Ukash

  • E-Wallets:
    • Neteller
    • MoneyBookers
    • Citadel
    • FirePay
    • Click2Pay
    • WebMoney

  • Bank Accounts (Online):
    • InstaDebit

  • Bank Accounts (Offline):
    • Wire Transfer
    • Bank draft

  • Other:
    • EcoCard
    • UseMyBank

  • PrePaid Cards:
    • PaySafeCard

  • E-Wallets:
    • Neteller
    • MoneyBookers
    • FirePay
    • Click2Pay

  • Bank Accounts (Online):
    • InstaDebit

  • Bank Accounts (Offline):
    • Wire Transfer
    • Bank draft

  • Other:
    • EcoCard

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