Home to some of the best online tournaments, The Paradise Masters and even supermodel, poker coach Caprice. Paradise is one of the hottest places to play poker right now.
Have you ever been to Paradise? No, not some far away tropical island in the sun, the long established online poker room, Paradise Poker. There is so much happening at Paradise Poker right now it is difficult to justify playing elsewhere. Here is what's on offer currently.
Straight away, beginners or even complete novices can benefit from the Poker Coach area on the Paradise website. The stunning Caprice will guide you through the basics, step-by-step. From knowing your cards to betting to playing poker at Paradise. These are video guides with audio and are much easier to understand than written or typed text. If you want more take a read of Victoria Coren's area, Victoria is a poker player and journalist from the UK who really knows her stuff.
So what advantage does Paradise Poker have over other poker rooms? Apart from The Paradise Poker Masters, a $1,500,000 guaranteed tournament where the final ten players are whisked off to a tropical hideaway to compete for the first place prize of $1,000,000 - there are many good reasons to play here:
Integrity is important to Paradise, they are a publicly traded company on the London Stock Exchange having recently joined forces with Sporting Bet PLC. Paradise can offer it's players unrivaled security and safety when playing poker online.
A great record of "uptime" compared with many other poker rooms, Paradise Poker servers run disruption free, 24hrs a day, 365 days a year with minimal downtime.
Incredible promotions such as the bad beat jackpot and the hot sign-up bonus - available through the special link in our in-depth room review.
You can win yourself a WPT seat through the Paradise Poker satellites. Stay in luxury at The Bellagio, enjoy $2000 spending money and take your seat at a $25,500 buy-in tournament.
How about spending another boring Sunday in front of the TV? No? Why not try the $100,000 guaranteed Sunday tournament at Paradise instead? This huge prizepool is on offer every Sunday for players who buy-in directly for $300 or qualify through one of the many satellites.
In the coming days, poker professional Roy "The Boy" Brindley will be interviewing the CEO of Paradise Poker for Poker News, for a behind the scenes look at one of the worlds most popular and well established online poker rooms.
Remember to read our review of Paradise Poker for the low down on this poker room.