When entering the Everest Poker room you will find a well arranged poker room where all the important buttons are in a different color to make them easier to find. The main color of the room is green, but buttons like, for example, "My Account" and "Bonus" are in orange.
The Poker Room
Before starting to play on Everest Poker you have the option of customizing the room to make it just like you want it to be. The options allow you to adjust all settings (mainly visual). For example, you can chose to have the size of the pot and the single betting amounts displayed on the table so you can easily calculate your odds. You can also chose to use a four-color deck instead of a two-color deck and on showdown you can let the winning hand light up. You can also decide on what you want to see in the chat and what not, how your table looks, and which audio signals you want to hear and which ones you want turned off.
As soon as you have chosen all the correct settings you can start searching for a table to play at. At the top you will find four tabs with the choice between Hold'em, Omaha, Sit & Go and scheduled tournament.
As soon as you click one of the tabs you get more options. Do you want to play limit or no limit/pot limit? Do you want all the tables to be displayed or only the ones that interest you? In the tournament section you can chose between Avalanche, EPT's, Satellites and of course standard tourneys and freerolls.
Hold'em tables here start with limits of $0,05/$0,10 and pot limit tables start with $0,10/$0,10 as the lowest limit. Everest Poker has also been offering Omaha poker for a while now, and it's proving to be a huge success. You will always find enough action at al tables on all limits.
Sit & Go's start from as low as $0,10+$0,01, and up to buy-ins of $50+$5 you wont have to wait long for a table to fill up. With Sit & Go's you have the option between full ring (10 players), shorthanded (6 players) and heads-up.
Everest Poker currently offers various prize packages for the World Series of Poker 2008. Every Monday they run a $13,000 Main Event Direct Entry tournament where every winner receives a seat for the WSOP Main Event as well as $3,000 for travel expenses. Players can either buy in to the tourney directly for $500+$30 or qualify via daily $33+$3 or $100+$9 satellites. For players with a slightly smaller bankroll, Everest Poker also offers a $7,500 Direct Entry tournament, where every winner receives $5,000 to buy into the event(s) of their choice and $2,500 for travel expenses. This tournament is held every Wednesday and has a direct buy-in of $200+$15, although players can also qualify via daily $5+$0.50 or $22+$2 satellites. Finally, there is also a $3,500 Direct Entry tournament held every Friday. Every winner receives a seat in a $1,500 event of their choice and $2,000 for travel expenses. Players can buy in to the tournament for $100+$9 or qualify via satellites with buy-ins of $3+$0.30 and $11+$1
At Everest Poker you can deposit using your credit card (Visa, MasterCard), NETeller, Moneybookers, or other options such as Click2Pay.
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New Depositors Freeroll
If you make a deposit within 1 week of your registration, Everest Poker will automatically credit your account with a Freeroll Token. This token will give you exclusive access to a New Depositors $1000 Cash Freeroll which runs twice per week - Wednesday at 18:00 GMT and Saturday at 14:00 GMT.