Molly's Game review
Molly's Game (formerly PokerLords/PokerKingdom) is one of the few Asian poker applications with soft games available to overseas players. The site took its name from the popular homonymous movie which tells the story of Molly Bloom, a glamorous hostess in the world of underground High Stakes Poker games in the USA. From day one, Molly's Game is considered as a decent alternative to PokerMaster with good traffic, soft games, and non-flooded with regs and bots.
Molly's Game application is designed for mobile devices and was born with the Chinese poker boom, offering the option to local wealthy fishes to join online games, which are strictly restricted in China.
As usual, the peak time at Molly's Game corresponds to the evenings in Asia, and over 40 tables from NL150 to NL700 can be spotted in the lobby.
2/4CNY = 16 tables
5/10CNY = 13 tables
10/20CNY = 8 tables
20/40CNY = 5 tables
25/50CNY = 2 tables*
*HU action during prime time
5/10CNY= 3 tables
10/20CNY = 2 tables
20/40CNY= 1 table*
*HU action during peak time
The Jackpot tables can be identified in the lobby with the logo "JP." All NLH tables have a mandatory straddle and ante.
The poker client of Molly's Game can be installed directly on iOS and Android devices, and our players will receive support to run the games from a desktop PC.
The lobby is available in English, and all tables are visible with necessary information such as stakes, players, format, and timer. The host creates tables for a determined time, and it's expected that all players stay until the game ends or lose all the chips.
All common customization options (4-color deck, table themes, bet size) are available at the tables. Basic statistics like VPIP, PFR, or 3-bet can be studied at the profile.
The currency used in Molly's Game is Chinese Renminbi (CNY); 1USD ≈ 6,7CNY approximately. Neteller, Skrill, ecoPayz, and BTC are accepted as Deposit and withdrawal methods at Molly's Game.
Deposits are processed during business hours and withdrawals may take up to 24 hours (72 if the cashout is larger than $5,000).
As usual, a withdrawal fee is applied to cover the costs of handling Chinese money; our support team will confirm the current rate.
In 2019, the best Chinese poker rooms to play are those that are still accepting foreign players. After the boom, lots of Asian sites have closed the doors, and Molly's Game remains as one of the few options to share tables with wealthy Chinese amateurs.