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As soon as you enter the Titan Poker room, you immediately have a good overview. On the left hand side you can chose the type of poker you want to play: cash tables, sit & go's, tournaments or playmoney. After selecting one of the options, you then have the choice between limit, no-limit, omaha and other poker variations and you can chose what stakes you would like to play.

In the centre of them room you then get a list of all the available tournaments and cash tables. You can quickly see which stakes are being offered and how many players are seated at the table/ registered for the tournament. Once you made your choice you can see all the details for that table/tourney on the right hand side.

At the bottom of the room you find the important buttons such as Cashier, My Account, Options and a few more. By clicking Options, you can change settings such as sound, avatar, chat, show folded cards and 4 color deck.

At Titan Poker you will always find enough action on all limits. No-limit tables start with limits of $0.01/$0.02 and pot-limit tables are available from $0.10/$0.20. Tournaments and sit & go's start with buy-ins as little as $0.12: there's enough action for every bankroll at Titan Poker

Dirty Dozen Jackpot

The Dirty Dozen is a two-table, twelve-players $2.40 sit & go tournament. The game begins as soon as twelve players have registered. If you manage to win four of these sit & go's in a row, you receive the Dirty Dozen Jackpot of $2,000, on top of the normal prizepool. This is the perfect chance to win big with a small buy-in.

Fort Knox Jackpot

This is a short-handed sit & go with a buy-in of $50+$9. Win 6 of these in a row and the jackpot worth $50,000 is yours! If you manage to get into the top 2 six times in a row you still receive $750.

PokerNews WSOP Freerolls

Titan Poker and PokerNews are giving you a chance to make it to the Rio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas Nevada on July 3rd for the 39th annual World Series of Poker for FREE!!! The $12.500 Team PokerNews WSOP Freeroll package includes the $10k buy-in to the WSOP Main Event, as well as $2.5k for travel and accommodations. Winners will also win sweet PokerNews merchandise and invites to the PokerNews WSOP Party! To be eligible to play in this Freeroll, players have to download Titan Poker through PokerNews and then register with a new account. A first Deposit must be made, and a single Titan Poker Point must be earned up to 24 hours before the start of the tournament. All current Titan Players who signed up through PokerNews are able and welcomed to join into this tournament, so long as they have met all the entry requirements.

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$2,500 Monthly Freeroll

Every month Titan Poker and PokerNews host an exclusive Freeroll that is great value, and easy to qualify for. Simply download Titan Poker through PokerNews, register a new account and make a first deposit. Then one little Titan Point has to be earned to qualify. This single point is used to 'buy-in' to the Freeroll! There is plenty of time to qualify, as players have up to two minutes before the start of the tournament to satisfy all entry requirements. Anyone who plays on Titan that has already signed up through PokerNews is also able to join these Freerolls if they have met all other requirements for entry.

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Deposit Options

Titan Poker offers the following deposit options: Credit Card (Visa or MasterCard), Neteller, Moneybookers, Click2Pay and bank transfer.

Bonus

If you download Titan poker via PokerNews and make a deposit of $50 or more, your account will be credited with an extra $50 FREE from PokerNews. It can take between 48 to 72 hours before the money is credited to your player account. In addition players can qualify for a first deposit bonus of 100%, up to $500. For every 600 Titan Points you earn, you receive $5 of your bonus. Players have 3 months to clear the clear the full bonus.

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