IDNPoker – Play Poker Online in Asia
Originally launched in Cambodia, IDNPoker has expanded to become the largest poker network in Asia. It is currently headquartered in Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines.
IDNPoker offers over 10,000 simultaneous users. In June 2019, IDNPoker briefly surpassed PokerStars in the rankings of the largest poker networks in the world. This has been attributed to a large marketing campaign in Asian countries. Despite its success, IDNPlay has not promoted its services in the Western market.
IDNPoker’s main focus is on Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, and China. It is licensed by the PAGCOR and holds a BMM RNG certificate. The network also participates in local gaming conferences and charity events.
IDNpoker offers over 200 skins across Asia. The most popular skins are Pokerdee, 12BetPoker, and SiamPoker. The network also offers API Integration and a White Label Solution for skins.
IDNPoker offers an odd rake structure. Players are charged 3% uncapped commission from preflop action. This is calculated as a sliding scale. This means that players can “top up” their chip stack without worrying about rounding issues.
IDNPoker’s lobby is minimal and features no waiting lists. The client also has a slick design and is fully translated into English. It is also very popular among casual players.
IDNPoker has two branches: a poker and a casino. Players have to submit full bank information from an approved list of banks. All of the banks listed are located in Asia.
IDNPoker is also one of the largest poker networks in the world in terms of traffic. In 2016, it jumped to second in the PokerScout ranking.