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Once the software starts and you have logged in for the first time, you will be immediately directed to your personal recommendations. Here you find a range of upcoming tournaments and tables that are suited to your interests. You can directly take a place at the table with only one click. Important information about your profile can be found immediately by glimpsing to the top left side of the screen. Here you can see your current account balance, the number of messages and the amount of tickets as well as your current loyalty points.
Roll your mouse over your avatar picture, and you can open your profile, change the picture or go to the settings. Additionally to the right you can find information about your VIP status, your poker bonus as well as your missions. Details appear by hovering your mouse pointer over each section.
Do you want to click through our poker offer? Go to "Poker" in the main menu and choose from 6+ Hold’em, Twister, Speed, Cash, Sit & Go or Tournaments. The quick view in Cash Games and Sit & Go offers you a direct overview of the most important game details. You can go directly to the table with one click on "Play" or alternatively "Observe". You can also change the view. In the main window you can find information such as Blinds, Buy-In or the number of players. Simply mark the table you fancy to see further information. To take a place, click in Cash Game on "Open Table" and in Speed Poker on "Join Game". In the Tournaments and Sit & Gos you can reserve a place by selecting the "Register" button.
If you just want to play specific poker variations then you can simply customise the view in the main window. Simply choose the desired games from the drop down menu in the list view. By clicking on "More" in Cash Game, Sit & Go and Tournaments, you will be able to access additional filter functions.
Before you sit at a Cash Game table you will be asked how many chips you want to play with. You can just choose the respective table limit or enter your own amount. You can also stock up on more chips during the game. Simply click, above left, on "Add Chips".
Tip: You can play at several tables at once – up to a possible 16! Every table will be shown in its own window.
You can compile notes about your opponents, mark them in different colours or block them in chat. Simply click on the three points on the virtual figure of the player. Existing notes can be identified by the symbol next to the name.
You can find further important functions for the table at the bottom on the left. Next to chat, you can also see statistics and information about the game being played on the table.
Tip: With bet-at-home poker you always have an overview of your hand because your cards can also be shown in four different colours! Just go to "Settings" under My Account" in the main menu and choose the desired display under "Themes". By the way, you can also change the design of the table.
Do you want to see your hand again? You just need to press on the replay button on the table. Alternatively you can see an overview of the played cards by clicking on the hand ID on the table. Important: Only the current session will be saved!
If you want to leave the table then just click on the X at the top right.
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