WSOP.com Nevada is the largest poker site in the state. Real Gaming is the only other regulated poker room in the market.
WSOP.com controls 99 percent of the Nevada online poker market. Games are available 24 hours a day.
WSOP NV promo code
|WSOP NV Promo Code||GET10|
|Bonus description||$10 free and a 100% bonus up to $1000|
|Available to||Adults 21 or over located in Nevada|
WSOP.com offers new players $10 free (exclusive to USP – use bonus code GET10).
100% up to $1000 bonus
New players will receive a 100% up to $1000 first deposit bonus.
This is the only deposit bonus worth pursuing in Nevada. It clears at a rate of $1 for every $5 in rake paid, which is equivalent to 20 percent rakeback.
It releases in $10 increments. Players have 60 days to clear the bonus. All players can claim the first deposit, even those that take advantage of the $10 no deposit bonus.
WSOP.com Nevada offers reload bonuses nearly every month with terms similar to the first deposit bonus. The dollar amount may vary.
For example, the offer during the 2014 World Series of Poker was 100% up to $1,000. Other reloads are typically in the $400 or $500 range. The terms of the reload bonus remain the same, regardless of the amount.
WSOP.com online casino review
WSOP NV Quick Review
Traffic - 92
Depth of Game Selection - 88
Software - 88
Customer Support - 86
Promotional Value - 98
There's arguably no better place to play US regulated online poker than on WSOP NV during the summer months. That's because the site offers a mammoth array of satellites, reload bonuses, and tournament events in the lead up to and during the live Series in Las Vegas. As for the rest of the year, traffic is solid, as are the site's promos. The site's dated software and average customer support does knock it down a few pegs, but not so much as to dissuade players from logging on.
Casino games at WSOP online casino
- No Limit Texas Hold’em
- Fixed Limit Texas Hold’em
- Pot Limit Omaha
- Pot Limit Omaha High/Low
- Fixed Limit Omaha High/Low
- Seven Card Stud
- Seven Card Stud High/Low
A majority of the games are No Limit Texas Hold’em with limits up to $1/$2.
The second most popular game is Pot Limit Omaha. There are a handful of Pot Limit Omaha High/Low games.
Fixed Limit Hold’em and Seven Card Stud High/Low see a couple of games nightly during peak hours.
WSOP.com peaks at around 40 cash game tables. This equals about 300 players as much action at WSOP.com is at six-max.
The quality of play is on the tight side. This is partially due to the small player pool in Nevada. The level of play is typically higher for Nevadans than it is in other states.
Most of the full ring No Limit Texas Hold’em action at WSOP.com Nevada is at $.50/$1 and below. It is often equally weighted among the limits. The six-max action tends to run as high as $2/$4, although there is some micro action at shorthanded tables, too.
All of the action at Pot Limit Omaha is at six-max tables. Limits tend to be higher, with $.50/$1 and $2/$4 being the most popular.
All of the Pot Limit Omaha High/Low action is at full ring tables. There are usually two or three games running at limits up to $1/$2.
Sit and gos
WSOP.com spreads sit and gos in No Limit Texas Hold’em, Pot Limit Omaha, and Pot Limit Omaha High/Low. All sit and gos have a 9 percent admin fee.
No Limit Texas Hold’em is the only one where heads up games are spread. These are available in $1, $5, $10, $25, $50, and $200 buy-ins.
The $200 game requires pre-approval from WSOP.com management to enter.
No Limit Texas Hold’em is also spread in six and nine-seat sit and gos. It offers all the same buy-in levels as the heads up games except that there is also a $100 limit. Games up to $25 run 24 hours a day. Higher limits only run during peak hours.
Pot Limit Omaha and Pot Limit Omaha High/Low is available in six-max sit and go formats. The buy-ins are $1 and $10 for these games. Pot Limit Omaha High/Low runs often at both limits.
The high-only version almost never runs.
WSOP.com spreads two major weekly No Limit Texas Hold’em tournaments. Both are held on Sunday.
The main event begins at 3 p.m. on Sunday. It has a buy-in of $185+15. Players start with 5,000 chips. Levels go up every 15 minutes.
It typically gets about 150 runners, blowing away its guarantee. This event is a freezeout.
At 6 p.m. on Sundays, there is a $91+9 tournament with a $10,000 guarantee. The tournament draws about 75 players. The reentries and add-ons easily cover the guaranteed prize pool.
This event allows reentry. Players may purchase one add-on. Players start with 5,000 chips. Levels go up every 10 minutes.
There is a nightly $2,000 and $3,000 guaranteed tournament. Both offer rebuys and add-ons. There are dozens of other smaller multi table tournaments each day.
Nearly all tournaments at WSOP.com Nevada are No Limit Hold’em. Late registration is available in all. Tournaments are cancelled if there are not eight registered players at the listed start time.
Every few months, WSOP.com spreads a tournament series known as the Online Championship Series. These often have guaranteed prize pools of $3,000-$10,000. Most events offer rebuys and add-ons.
In 2015, the World Series of Poker live tournament held a bracelet event over the internet at WSOP.com. The buy-in was $1,000. The tournament played down to six players before becoming a live event. Players that made the final six had travel arrangements provided by WSOP.com if they were outside of Las Vegas.
This event repeated in 2016 and was incredibly popular.
The final table is played at Rio, just as the other World Series of Poker events are.
There are five ways to deposit at WSOP.com in Nevada. Players may deposit using a credit or debit card with a Visa or MasterCard logo.
MasterCard has a much higher success rate than Visa. Credit cards are subject to a cash advance fee. Debit cards are processed as normal.
PayNearMe is a cash deposit service available at 7-11 stores and Family Dollar throughout Nevada. It is typically used as a bill pay service.
Cash may be deposited at Rio, Caesars Palace, Paris, Planet Hollywood and Harrah’s in Las Vegas. Play requires a preauthorization form to be completed. Players must have a government-issued ID and their username with email to deposit cash at Rio.
All deposit options are instant.
There are four options for requesting withdrawals at WSOP.com Nevada.
The most common is electronic check. The withdrawal is deposited directly into a player’s bank account. This takes about three business days. P
layers can receive cash at Rio, Caesars Palace, Paris, Planet Hollywood and Harrah’s in Las Vegas. This takes about one business day and requires a government-issued ID.
Players can also request a check by mail. This takes about two weeks. Players that make a deposit through an ewallet may make a withdrawal to that method.
WSOP.com offers a VIP program known as the Action Club. There are eight monthly and three annual Action Club tiers.
The bottom four VIP tiers – known as Copper, Copper Plus, Bronze, and Bronze Plus – offer no incentives beyond freerolls. Players that rake at least $100 in a month will start to earn rakeback.
Players that reach a tier will earn benefits for that level for the remainder of the current month and the entire next one. Annual tiers enjoy perks for the remaining calendar year and the entire next one.
Action Club tiers, rake requirement, and return
- Silver: $100 monthly rake – 8% rakeback
- Gold: $200 monthly rake – 10% rakeback
- Platinum: $600 monthly rake – 12% rakeback
- Diamond: $1,750 monthly rake – 15% rakeback
- Elite: $20,000 annual rake – 20% rakeback
- Super Elite: $125,000 annual rake – 25% rakeback
- Seven Stars: $200,000 annual rake – 35% rakeback
Players claim rakeback directly through the software. Simply click the “My Profile” tab and choose “My Rewards. They must have at least $10 in pending rakeback to process the transaction.
Players may convert online statuses to the Caesars Total Rewards program. Rakes of $7,500+ during a calendar year will receive Diamond status. Maintain Diamond status online by raking $1,750 per month.
Live tier points earned at Total Rewards casinos may be used to replace rake requirements. Each point earned at Caesars-owned casinos playing slots, video poker, and table games will remove $.50 from the rake requirement to achieve the tier.
Players may also earn the coveted Seven Stars status while playing at WSOP.com. Players that rake $75,000 in a calendar year can receive this level in Total Rewards. It may be earned through combining live and online action.
Like Diamond, players may substitute $.50 for each tier point earned in live casinos. Live Seven Stars players cannot convert that status online.
Players may connect online and Total Rewards tiers through the WSOP.com website. Support can also handle this request. Players will need to submit their Total Rewards number to receive the tier match.
WSOP.com Nevada promotions
Promotions at WSOP.com vary from one month to the next.
There is a sit and go leaderboard each month. This awards player points based on participation.
There is typically a cash game promo that is either based on playing a minimum amount every day, starting new tables, or total volume.
Frequently asked questions about WSOP.com Nevada
How can I play for real money at WSOP.com Nevada?
Players must be at least 21 years of age or older to play at WSOP.com. The player must also be within the state of Nevada to gain access to real money tables.
How do Delaware players connect to WSOP.com?
There is no direct access to WSOP.com in Delaware. Players access the network through the three Delaware online poker sites:
- Delaware Park
- Dover Downs
- Harrington Raceway
WSOP.com is the only Nevada site that benefits from the interstate poker agreement with Delaware.
That is because 888 operates the software for the three racino sites in Delaware. 888 also provides the software for WSOP.com Nevada.
This created an easy fit for the two platforms.
WSOP.com did not benefit much from the interstate agreement with Delaware. The main benefit for Nevada was simply to show other states that it could be done.
Players in Delaware were the beneficiaries of the interstate liquidity sharing agreement.
What software does WSOP.com use?
888 provides the software for WSOP.com.
Do New Jersey players have access to WSOP.com?
New Jersey has yet to enter into an interstate agreement with Nevada or Delaware. New Jersey online poker is still intrastate.
How do I deposit cash at WSOP.com?
Many Nevada poker players prefer to use cash. Las Vegas residents can deposit cash at Rio, Caesars Palace, Paris, Planet Hollywood and Harrah’s.
Those outside of the area can use PayNearMe at 7-11 and Family Dollar.
How does WSOP.com locate me?
Geolocation services provided by GeoComply are used to determine whether a player is in Nevada. It relies on nearby wireless connections.
Players in rural areas can use the cell phone locator as backup. This is less reliable, meaning that players within one mile of the border in a rural area may not be able to play at WSOP.com.
Does WSOP.com offer Seven Card Stud?
WSOP.com offers Seven Card Stud and Seven Card Stud High/Low.
Does WSOP.com offer multi-table sit and gos?
Multi-table sit and gos are not offered at this time.
Are casino games available at WSOP.com?
House-banked casino games are not approved in Nevada.
Does WSOP.com offer a first deposit bonus?
Yes. The first deposit bonus is 100% up to $1000. It clears at a rate of $10 for every $50 in rake paid. Players have 60 days to clear the bonus.
Does WSOP.com offer reload bonuses?
There is a reload bonus nearly every month at WSOP.com.