5Dimes Poker Room
The 5Dimes Poker Room is a downloadable application that will make you feel as though you are in a real live poker game. The audio and image technology provides you with the look and sound of a real poker room. Here, you can play along with up to ten players at a table, not the house. You can get right in on the poker action any time, day or night.
Our how to get started page is a tutorial of how to download and install the 5Dimes poker application. The 5Dimes Poker Room has a plethora of tournaments to enter, from novice to advanced. The tournaments are often happening throughout all hours of the day. Complete listing of tournaments.
Before you begin, it's important to highlight some information about the 5Dimes Poker Room:
Before you can play for real money, funds (chips) need to be transferred from your 5Dimes Sportsbook & Casino account to your 5Dimes Poker Room account. When you transfer funds from the 5Dimes Sportsbook & Casino to the 5Dimes Poker Room, it's considered a redemption for reward application purposes. Furthermore, a transfer from the 5Dimes Poker Room to the 5Dimes Sportsbook & Casino is considered a deposit for reward application purposes.
In the spirit of fairness, chip-dumping schemes in order to manipulate reward offerings will result in all rewards for the history of all accounts involved being reversed. Chip-dumping in an effort to defraud merchant processors will result in winnings and/or complete balances being confiscated.
As per our agreement with both poker networks, a 24 hour hold may be placed on any profitted funds transferred from a poker network to 5Dimes. This hold is implemented for the fraud protection of all companies on the network. Bonus schemes, chip dumping, and collaboration will not be tolerated on any of the 5Dimes networks. Any account involved in such activity will be deleted.
Intentional disconnects, in order to not have to call a bet, will result in sanctions from the poker network. Repeated attempts at such activity will result in your account details being turned over to the network. You will be placed in their negative database, thus never being allowed to play on their network again with any provider.
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