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Find out about Rake and Blind structure at partypoker.com. Learn about rake, raked hands, tournament entry fees and the cash games rake chart here. You are currently on partypoker.com. Visit our New Jersey website here to register and play for real money.
PartyPoker Banning HUDs and Other Third-Party Tools New rules are coming to PartyPoker regarding third-party software tools that some players use to gain an edge at the tables. More specifically, HUD (heads-up display) and hand tracking programs will be banned at Party starting in early May.
PokerStars may currently dominate the global online poker market, but PartyPoker is making big plays to increase its standing. Over the past month, the two sites have made numerous announcements. Most recently, PokerStars introduced Split Hold’em, expanded the Seat Me system to more markets, and rolled out early payments for tournaments.
PartyPoker was the leader in USA online poker back in the early 2000s, but it had to leave the U.S. market in the wake of the UIGEA in 2006. Therefore, there was a lot of excitement surrounding the return of the Party name to America with the PartyPoker NJ site, which opened up in November 2013. Unfortunately, New Jersey is the only US state Party Poker is available in as it is not licensed.
Whether PokerStars or partypoker will come out on top in the online poker market, time will tell. For what it's worth, however, partypoker openly admits they're going for the number 1 spot in the market - that is a tall order as PokerStars has been occupying the top spot for such a long time, at this point it's hard to imagine anyone else there on the top.
Our in-depth PokerStars review compares rake, rakeback, freerolls, and more to help you decide if PokerStars.com is the best online poker site for you. Before you download PokerStars for your PC, Mac, Android or iOS, learn which PokerStars deposit bonus code is best for your volume of play!
PokerStars is the largest poker site on the internet with Party Poker ranked 4th overall. PokerStars allows players from around the world to join while Party Poker does not allow players from the United States on their site. Let's break down the differences between these two popular sites to see which is best for you.