All In Asia: The Star of an Asian Poker Boom

5 years ago
Looking for poker? You’ll find it All In Asia!
01 Mar

The face of online poker has changed dramatically over the years, but thankfully there are still areas in the world where people play for fun and can happily gamble without interference.

That place is, of course, Asia – and now we Westerners can join in the fun too, with All in Asia offering a new hub to access different Asian poker rooms and games just from one centralized wallet!

The newest all-in-one portal has hit the market at a time when life is getting tougher and tougher for UK and European players, so what better way to spice up your poker life than taking on the mighty Asian player pool?

Plenty of skins, plenty of games, plenty of… dare I say it… fish? Well, not exactly, but even the biggest bookie in the world, Paul Phua, stated recently that the Chinese were still way behind when it comes to improving at poker – the gambling aspect a bit too appealing to give up!

So, let’s take a closer look and see if All in Asia is the real deal…

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"Here at All In Asia, 'It’s not just poker', it’s a lifestyle. We are the home of online poker in Asia where you’ll find all the top poker networks in Asia under one roof."

So says the site, but what does that mean in reality for you or me?

Well, you get access to seven networks including the likes of IDN, P8 Poker and PPPoker. P8 poker is one of the newest mobile sites but available of course in PC mode too.

Rakeback is a big concern for many poker players and the bigger sites simply aren’t catering for them, so what can All in Asia offer?

Well, a guaranteed 35% paid every Monday for every network is not to be sniffed at, so if you’re planning on grinding your way up the stakes the bonuses are there to help you on your way.

Game choice is obviously a big factor when you’re looking to play elsewhere, and AiA’s multiple platforms seem to have it all covered. NLHE, PLO and other variants – with all the usual assortment of cash games, tournaments and special promotions which go along with a good site.

PPPoker even has its own version of a ‘Home Game’ on its mobile app which allows you to play against friends from the comfort of, well, anywhere! A nice feature and certainly worth a go.

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As mentioned before, the level of opposition on the ‘Eastern’ sites generally hasn’t evolved the way the European game has, so you’re unlikely to be facing any Belarussian or Ukrainian grinders who have mastered poker to a decent level.

It’s not exactly a pool full of fish you’ll be taking on, but let’s just say the ‘sharks’ are fewer and much farther between!

Cashing in and out are, of course, the biggest concern for most players and All in Asia appears to understand that fully, offering LiveChat cashiers who can help you sort out your E-wallet, bank card or Bitcoin transactions.

They promise that their customer care agents ‘are available at any time through your preferred channel of communication ranging from our 24/7 live chat which promises instant response within 15 seconds and also through other forms like our direct calling line, WeChat, WhatsApp, Line and more.’

And they’re available in English too, so no worries about language barriers when you’re trying to withdraw your winnings.

So, all the features you’d expect from a professional poker site, an entirely new and fresh player pool ripe for the picking and the chance to land some great deals and wins before everyone else catches on and joins you.

And if it’s just fun you’re after, then what could be more enjoyable than new sites, new names and new games?

Getting started is easy – just choose the network you fancy and download the client – or if you prefer use the browser-based networks, the choice is yours. All in Asia awaits you!

The Ultimate Guide to Asian Online Poker Rooms you can check here.

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Andrew from Edinburgh, Scotland, is a professional journalist, international-titled chess master, and avid poker player.Read more


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