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February 20, 2009

Titan Poker Online Texas Hold em Poker Room

Occasionally I am asked by non-US based poker players which site is the best one to play on. Obviously, Full Tilt and PokerStars have tons and tons of international players, but Titan Poker ranks as one of the best up and coming sites for non-US players, in my opinion.

Titan Poker offers a pretty standard sign up bonus of 50% up to $200 and they also offer a $20,000 free-roll for new players. There are large money guarantee tournaments with 2.5 million dollar prize pools, etc.

However, Titan sets itself apart in areas like support.   Titan offers 24 hour phone support which is pretty amazing if you think about it and hard to find in this industry. They have been awarded the best site for online support in both 2006 and 2007. Titan Poker is also a very secure site with many options for deposits and withdrawals.   Another aspect of Titan Poker that I really like is the RNG, or Random Number Generator. Titan is very upfront about using a true RNG and also shows documentation that they have been, and are periodically checked out to make sure that their software is continuing to run fairly for every player. This is something that cannot be underestimated in the day and age that we live in. It is important to know that you are getting fair value for your gambling dollars.

Titan is also one of the fastest growing sites around, with more and more players playing poker every day on the site. They offer a new VIP program and are continuing to make strides in all areas of poker.   The only real drawback to Titan Poker is that they do not support US players at this time.    Overall, if you live outside the United States, Titan Poker is a very good choice for your poker play.

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