IDNPoker Review – Playing Online Poker


Having been established in 2010 in Cambodia, IDNPoker is the third biggest poker network worldwide in terms of traffic. They have also jumped up to the second position in the PokerScout rankings, and have recently participated in local gaming conferences and charity events.

IDNPoker’s success is largely attributed to its extensive marketing campaign in Asia. However, their success in the Western market is unknown. Unlike most poker sites, IDNPlay does not actively promote its services in the English-speaking market. It has been a part of several gaming conferences and charity events, but the site has not been active on social media.

IDNPoker’s lobby is a minimalistic design. It does not feature a waiting list, but instead enables players to choose cash games. The site also does not offer stand-alone poker clients. Instead, it uses HTML5 clients for desktop computers.

Although IDNPoker only allows one table to be accessed by each account, players can choose to hide the table by changing the browser. This is a convenient feature, as it does not take up valuable space.

IDNPoker holds a BMM RNG certificate. The site’s focus is on Asia, primarily in Cambodia, China, Indonesia, and Malaysia.

IDNPoker is a multi-currency platform, and offers a White Label Solution for skins. The site also offers API integration.

Unlike most online poker sites, IDNPoker does not require players to download any software. They use a minimal design, and a digital device fingerprinting feature to ensure that new accounts are recognised. This technology also allows the site to block players who are banned.