Sky Poker is owned privately by a company from Britain called as Sky Broadcasting is quite famous in the poker playing circles. The sensation that makes it an instant hit is the facility of watching the game on the Television live. The players can always watch their game while playing and get to watch the replays of their games on the TV Channel owned by the Sky Broadcasting Company and it is watched by the entire United Kingdom.


This Poker was offered only as a web client in the beginning but now it is available in both download and web client forms to the users. This feature makes it quite easy and handy for the players to begin their play and continue it at their office desks as well as anywhere in the world.


The games are always maintained at low and medium stakes for the users to make it a better platform for the players. The high stake games are very rare but they also do not exceed a certain limit.


The bonuses offered by the Sky Poker are also very attractive and decent for the players which make it a top sensation in the world of poker players.

Pros:

  • It does not need downloading and installing it since it can be played from any browser used to surf the internet and hence anywhere you want to play it.
  • There is no additional need of software to be used in order to play Sky Poker.
  • The players can watch their games reviewed all the time while playing right on Sky Channel 865.
  • Sky Poker offers a Sit and Go gaming experience to the players.
    There is 24/7 support available to the players in the form of lice Chat, Phone call and email facility.
  • Provides you a chance to win instant bonuses and prizes.
  • It is highly secure site to play at.
  • The player volume is also quite decent and remains at medium and low stakes.

Cons:

  • Some of the users think that Sky Poker lets its own players win a large game and does not let ordinary users win that much.
  • Some users report that the software is somehow unstable and glitchy.
  • Some users blamed the site for rigging but it is all based on experiences.
  • It offers only Ohama and Texas Hold'em.
  • It does not accept the players from U.S to access.