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Game types  
Limit No limit Pot limit
Hold'em €0.05/€0.10 - €150/€300  €0.05/€0.10 - €200/€400  €0.05/€0.10 - €100/€200 
Omaha €0.10/€0.20 - €50/€100  €0.10/€0.20 - €20/€40  €0.10/€0.20 - €250/€500 
Omaha 8/b €0.05/€0.10 - €150/€300    €0.05/€0.10 - €50/€100 
5 Card Draw Poker €0.03/€0.06 - €10/€20  €0.03/€0.06 - €3/€6  €0.03/€0.06 - €3/€6 
7 Card Stud €0.50/€1 - €50/€100  €0.50/€1 - €200/€400  €0.25/€0.50 - €3/€6 
Razz €0.50/€1 - €10/€20  €0.50/€1 - €0.50/€1  €0.50/€1 - €2/€4 
5 Card Stud €0.25/€0.50 - €50/€100  €0.25/€0.50 - €50/€100  €0.25/€0.50 - €50/€100 

Cash Game Details

Just like any other member of the Microgaming network, Unibet Poker offers a host of poker variations. These include:

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

Most of these variations can be played as limit, pot limit and no limit games; only Omaha Hi/Lo does not have any a no-limit option. At Unibet Poker, the stakes range from just a few cents to several hundred dollars, but players looking for tables with medium blind structure will also find plenty of them available as well. 

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Tournament Details

When it comes to tournaments, Unibet Poker also has much to offer its users. Of course, there are Sit & Go tournaments with micro to “big spender” buy- ins, scheduled tournaments (also with a wide range of buy- in amounts), as well as satellite tournaments and tournaments with guaranteed prize money. In addition to the standard tournaments offered, there also are some amazing specials such as the “Golden Dollar Tournament,” with a buy-in of just $ 1.

Furthermore, there also are turbo tournaments such as “Speedy Gonzales” and “Dash for Cash” as well as the so-called “Last Dance Special,” which has a final surprise in store for players at the end of the day: the $ 1,000 Freezeout (a tournament without rebuy opportunities so you are out of the tournament as soon as you have lost all your table chips).

Last, but not least, check out the Unibet Open, a € 1,500 buy-in Texas Hold’em tournament held in different European venues every year.


The rake at Unibet Poker corresponds to the industry standard and never amounts to more than 5% of the pot. One small disadvantage at Unibet Poker is the fact that the “no flop, no drop” policy (if the pot is won pre-flop, no rake is taken) does not apply.


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