IDNPoker is one of the largest poker networks in Asia. It mainly focuses on China, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, and the Philippines. Its network is licensed by PAGCOR and holds a BMM RNG certificate, which shows it’s trustworthy.
IDN Poker is the third largest worldwide poker network, behind PokerStars and GGPoker. It’s also the fastest growing. It started in 2010, and since then it’s jumped all the way to second place in the PokerScout rankings in 2016.
The IDN Poker platform is an HTML5 client that runs on desktop PCs, and players do not need to download any software to start playing. In addition, the poker rooms are fully translated into English.
Most IDN-compatible skins add a module that connects to the IDN servers; once a player joins, a new window with the IDN logo opens, and the poker room lobby appears in seconds (or minutes).
IDNPoker offers several payment methods, including Chinese Renminbi, Korean Won, Indonesian Rupee, Japanese Yen, US Dollar, Malaysian Ringgit, Thai Baht, Vietnamese Dong, etc. There are also cryptocurrencies available, but they are not used widely.
While IDNPlay does not offer a VIP or rakeback program, it does have signup bonuses to attract new players. Moreover, there are several freerolls that you can take part in.
It is a popular poker network for Asian players, but its soft traffic is not always the best for international players. In addition, it’s often hacked by bots and has a buggy platform.