New Competitor to Full Tilt’s Rush Poker


First InstaDeal, then Pokertube’s Speed Poker

After Full Tilt introduced its concept of fast-play poker for people on the move, a number of companies decided to cash in on the great idea which attracted lost of players. The first one to follow was InstaDeal, and this week, another company decided to get the piece of the cake – Pokertube, with its Speed Poker.

Pokertube Speed Poker is intended for mobile users, who can now play Speed Poker on their Android and Apple tablet and smartphone devices. In Speed Poker, similarly to its predecessors, players are enabled to move to another table the moment they fold a hand.

According to Pokertube Speed Poker Manager, Setfan Wittmoss, “We see a great future in Speed Poker and especially the mobile platform. It’s very exciting to be the first room to offer real money poker on a multi-mobile platform.”

And in order to attract more players to its product, the company decided to organize a big freeroll tourney on Dec. 22, and give away sign up bonuses of 200 percent maxed at Euro 400.

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