Grey Snow Poker review
Grey Snow Poker is a new poker room that opened its doors on November 5, 2018. It belongs to the Native American Tribe of Iowa, Oklahoma State and it's operated by Ioawy Internet Gaming Enterprise Limited.
The name of the poker room, Grey Snow Poker, comes from the translation of the tribe name as "people of the grey snow". The tribe already have four brick and mortar casinos and they are expanding their business to the internet. Bottom line, GSP is part of an experienced gambling company with big plans.
The room's license is issued by the Isle of Man and doesn't accept US players.
Grey Snow Poker is working hard not just for being another room on the market, offering a gameplay called FairPlay:
- Rake structure: the commission is taken from the amount with which the player leaves the table, no matter how much was behind him;
- FairPlay lobby: players are randomly seated at the tables, from the lobby the player only sees the stakes
The room support is only available in English although the website is available in several languages.
Although Grey Snow Poker does not accept players from the United States, the traffic peak corresponds to the American nights, so we can conclude that most of the players live in America.
All tables are played in US dollars and the stakes available are NL2-NL25, PLO2-PLO25. Usually, 10 NLH tables can be spotted during the peak time.
Grey Snow Poker has a good tournament grid for a new room. From 20:00 to 04:00 there are 15MTT scheduled with GTD prizes from $100 to $2,000 and buy-ins from $1,1 to $33. The main Sunday tournament is Snowbird, $3,000GTD for $109.
So far, all Grey Snow Poker tournaments have a 50%+ overlay. The number of participants does not exceed 20-30 players. Every day, 3-4 freeroll tournaments are played with prizes of $50 and $100.
Grey Snow Poker uses the IGSoft software, popular for the American network Winning. The client is functional and has filters available.
But the Grey Snow Poker client has several differences with Winning. The tables are not visible in the lobby, players only see the stake and the number of tables.
The tables have a minimalistic design, very suitable for multi-tabling. From settings, players can only choose a 4-color deck.
Trackers are supported by the room.
Grey Snow Poker accepts Neteller and Skrill as payment methods and works with the company MuchBetter, popular in Brazil. It also supports Neosurf.
At the moment, Grey Snow Poker is an EV+ room for tournament players because of the constant overlays in all MTT events, with very small and weak fields. If the traffic in the network increases, it will be an interesting option for grind with a low rake.