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Centrebet Poker

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This poker room is closed. New players not accepted!

This poker room is closed. New players not accepted!

Reasons why this poker room is closed:

Game types  
Limit No limit Pot limit
Hold'em $0.02/$0.04 - $300/$600  $0.01/$0.02 - $100/$200  $0.02/$0.04 - $50/$100 
Omaha $0.02/$0.04 - $50/$100    $0.01/$0.02 - $50/$100 
Omaha 8/b $0.02/$0.04 - $200/$400    $0.01/$0.02 - $50/$100 
7 Card Stud $0.05/$0.10 - $50/$100     
5 Card Stud $0.05/$0.10 - $100/$200     

Cash Game Details

Centrebet Poker offers the following games:

  • Texas Hold’em
  • Omaha
  • Omaha Hi/Lo
  • 7 Card Stud
  • 5 Card Stud

While Texas Hold’em can be played with fixed limit, pot limit or no limit, there are only fixed limit and pot limit games for the Omaha varieties. Stud games all have fixed limits.

Almost all of the games offered by Centrebet Poker can be played at full tables, short-handed or heads-up. All Stud games take place at tables with a maximum of eight players.

Centrebet Poker offers a wide range of possibilities for stakes; you can choose from a selection ranging from micro-limits to blinds of several hundred dollars. Limit Texas Hold’em, Omaha and Five Card Stud, as well as no limit Texas Hold’em provide the greatest choice of stakes.

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Tournament Details

No limit, pot limit and limit Texas Hold’em are available for Sit & Go tournaments, as well as the occasional limit Omaha tournament. Pot limit Omaha and limit as well as pot limit Omaha Hi/Lo, however, are more common at Centrebet Poker.

The Sit & Gos can be played at single tables, multi-tables or heads-up. Players wanting to see more action can play turbo and super turbo tournaments. 

The buy-ins for these Sit & Gos range from around $ 0.10 to more than $ 1,000. However big or small your personal poker allowance, you will find the right tournament to fit your budget at Centrebet Poker.

Another incentive for tournament players to play at Centrebet Poker is its great offer of Jackpot Sit & Go tournaments, which take place regularly.

Of course, you can also sign up for scores of scheduled tournaments. Buy-ins for these range from roughly $ 0.50 to several hundred dollars.

As elsewhere, most of these tournaments are no limit Texas Hold’em, but you will also find limit and one or two pot limit Texas Hold’em games as well as pot limit Omaha and Omaha Hi/Lo.

Adventurous players who are not afraid of taking risks when gambling, will find Centrebet Poker’s rebuy tournaments ideal. Even if you lose all your chips, you can buy yourself back into the tournament for a certain period of time. Additionally, you can also play speed and turbo tournaments for more excitement.


Centrebet Poker’s rake is on par with the rest of the industry. Centrebet charges 5% of the pot value. At higher stakes, the rake is slightly above average at a maximum of $ 5. The “no flop, no drop” rule applies, which means that rake money will only be collected if a hand sees the flop. 


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