- All-new Chinese poker room
- English client
- Up to 20-40CNY tables
- HUD via hand converter
- Need to buy insurance
- No money guarantees
All-in Poker review
All-in Poker is a new Chinese poker app launched this summer. In addition to the traditional structure of Asian apps, All-in Poker has several advantages that will be much appreciated by regs. All-in Poker doesn't require a particular VPIP/PFR range; therefore, you won't need to adapt your game style to join the room. Also, it isn't required to buy insurance, which means the EV could be much higher.
All-in Poker works with a shared pool of players, mostly wealthy fans from Asia. There are no independent clubs, as well as any hint of regs (at the time of writing this review), apart the room is similar to other Chinese poker applications.
All tables at All-in Poker have ante and straddle, and as usual, the games are played in Chinese Yuan ($1 ≈ ¥6,9). The peak time corresponds to Asian nights, and the vast majority of traffic falls on 8-max NLHE tables.
1/2CNY — 2/4CNY: 5-6 tables
5/10CNY — 10/20CNY: 2-3 tables
20/40CNY: 1-2 tables
1/2CNY — 2/4CNY: 2-3 occasional tables
The action is impressive, and the games are very loose, taking into account the straddle that converts a 20/40CNY table (NL580) into a 40/80CNY (NL1100) during the pre-flop round.
The All-in Poker client is very similar to all Asian poker apps. It's been designed in black and red, and English language instead of Chinese can be chosen during installation.
A complete list of tables is available from the lobby, and players can switch poker formats in the top horizontal menu and use filters as needed.
In settings, the players can choose from three different decks (including a 4-color one) and several table themes. Also, from the table, a hand history is visible, and in the profile, the players can make a quick check of basic statistics and game results.
Tracking software like Hold'em Manager or Hand2Note work using a special hand converter, and our users are entitled to a special discount when buying it.
Our players will be able to deposit and request withdrawals via Neteller, Skrill, ecoPayz in the most popular currencies, as well as BTC.
The deposits are processed during the day, and cashouts can take up to 24 hours (>72 hours for amounts larger than $5,000). A small fee is applied when processing withdrawals from Chinese yuan to e-wallets; our manager will confirm the current commission when funding your account.
All-in poker is nowadays one of the best poker rooms to play medium stakes against very weak players without restrictions like a minimum VPIP/PFR and with HUD support. So far All-in Poker still takes overseas players and remains as one of the few options to play against Chinese amateurs.