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Tonybet Poker to Offer Rake Free No-Limit Hold’em and Pot Limit Omaha Cash Games

TAGs: Open Face Chinese, TonyBet Poker

Tonybet Poker has introduced another industry first by announcing plans to add rake free Texas No Limit Hold’em and Pot Limit Omaha cash games to their Open Face Chinese online poker site.

Tonybet Poker to Offer Rake Free No-Limit Hold'em and Pot Limit Omaha Cash GamesWhile Tony G is busy writing opinion pieces about gas and electricity prices in the Baltics, his former love Tonybet Poker continues to roll out the changes with the introduction of two new forms of online cash games.

It seems rather incredible that an online poker company introduces Texas No-Limit Hold’em (NLHE) as a new product, but this is precisely the case at Tonybet Poker. The second new format is Pot-Limit Omaha (PLO) games.

The reason the addition of the two most popular forms of poker is unique is Tonybet Poker opened for business with the moniker of being the biggest online Open Face Chinese (OFC) poker site in the world. It appears the customers would like a little variation hence the new additions.

The great news doesn’t end there, however, as both games will be offered in six-max format only, and will be rake-free. Tonybet Poker representative, Warren Lush, said the move was ‘unprecedented’ and made the site a ‘unique player in the industry’.

Just like it’s founder then.

The news comes a fortnight before Tonybet Poker rolls out the red carpet for the very best OFC poker players, as they stage their second iteration of their OFC World Championships. The event is part of the Prague Poker Festival that will see Tonybet, European Poker Tour (EPT) and World Poker Tour (WPT) hosting events in the weeks leading up to Christmas.

The newly minted NLHE and PLO games are only available at micro stakes: €0.01/€0.02 to €0.25/€0.50. Lush said the site had plans to extend their offerings further in due course including adding Sit n Go, and Multi Table Tournaments.

Last week, Tonybet created another industry first when they declared their intention to offer in-play betting for live eSports events including the Smite NA Pro League Finals and Smite World Championships.

 

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