King Solomons Poker Review
For archival purposes, here is a review of King Solomons Poker that we wrote on January 19, 2006.
King Solomons is a major player in the gambling network, currently operating a casino, poker room, bingo hall and also their very own lottery. Their poker room is based on the Boss Network, shared by sites like Fortune Poker and Celeb Poker, and is known as the fishiest network on the internet, thanks to the sportsbooks that also utilize the same software.
King Solomons Poker has a very nice and easy to clear signup bonus, guaranteed tournaments and satellites to some of the big live events. They are also running a “Free Cash for Words” promotion, where you write to them about a poker experience you had, and can get paid.
Promotions: $100 Signup bonus, WPT Vegas Satellites, Free Cash for Words.
King Solomons Poker Software: In March 2005, when the Boss Network was becoming more noticeable, the software was poor, with lots of crashes and glitches. Due to lots of upgrades, their software is running a lot more smoothly, although there are still some improvements that could be made, for example the option of a four colour deck, or an “auto post blinds” button. Their cards are crisp and clear, their tables, which you can run a maximum of 5, are easy to see and stand out well.
King Solomons Poker Traffic: GMT Peak Time: 6000 players. EST Peak Time: 2500 players. All games, from 5 Card Draw to Multi Table Tournaments, have a solid player base. poker traffic rating
King Solomons Poker Game Variety: King Solomons Poker offer Texas Hold’Em, Omaha and Omaha Hi/Lo in Limit, No Limit and Pot Limit format. They also offer Seven Card Stud, and 5 Card Draw. They beta tested 5 Card Draw 7-A for a few weeks, and that should be coming back in the near future. Tournaments are restricted to Hold’Em.
King Solomons Poker Fish Factor: Bar none, the fishiest poker network on the internet. Yes, even fishier than Party Poker! The Hold’Em tables can see 80% of players to the flops, the Stud and Omaha tables some people don’t appear to have a fold button, and if you can handle the high variance due to the looseness of these games, you can make a LOT of money here.
King Solomons Poker Bonuses: King Solomons have a very easy to clear sign-up bonus, which is $100 for 1000 raked hands. While you have to contribute to the pot for the hand to count, you can clear this easily at the 0.05/0.10 5-max tables in a few hours. poker bonuses promotions
King Solomons Poker Freerolls: King Solomons runs a daily $200 Freeroll, as well as a Sunday $50 Freeroll.
King Solomons Poker VIP Club / Loyalty Rewards: N/A
King Solomons Poker Support: King Solomons offer 24/7 Telephone Support, Live Chat via the poker lobby which unfortunately doesn’t work 80% of the time, and e-mail support. Their support staff can be hit or miss, but are generally okay. poker support
King Solomons Poker Deposit/Withdrawal Options: Webdollar – Visa, Mastercard, Delta, Switch, Solo, Neteller, Paysafe Card, Wire Transfer, Bank Draft, Cheque / Check. Neteller withdrawals take 3-5 days.
Dealer Dan’s Cash-In: “They’re not the King of the Boss Network, but they’re still a very good site to play at. Try them out, and take advantage of their excellent sign-up bonus.”
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King Solomons Poker was an online poker room that was offering poker players a $100 signup bonus. It was on the Boss Network and later the iPoker Network.
King Solomons Poker (or KSPoker) ceased to exist on January 31, 2010. Trying to visit King Solomons Poker will end up leading you to King Solomons Casino. You can also read our King Solomons Casino Review.
Of course, if you are looking for a poker room to play at, King Solomons Casino will not do you much good. For an alternative to King Solomons Poker, we recommend that you sign up at Fortune Poker. For American poker players, we suggest you check out Bovada Poker.