IDNPoker – Breaking Into the Mainstream of Online Poker


Having grown rapidly, IDNPoker is now the third largest poker network in the world. It is headquartered in Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines, and focuses on the Asian market. It also participates in local gaming conferences, as well as charity events.

Although IDNPlay is not as well known in the Western market, it has managed to break into the mainstream of online poker with a significant marketing effort. It has also managed to rise to second place in the PokerScout rankings. Its success has been attributed to an intense marketing campaign in the Asian market, as well as participation in local gaming conferences. It is also thought that the success of IDNPlay is due to its non-use of social media.

The IDNPoker lobby is minimalistic, with no filters or waiting lists. It opens in just a few seconds. It displays buttons for different games, as well as a table arrangement by number of seated players.

The IDNPoker client is an HTML5 application that works on both desktop computers and mobile devices. It also offers API integration, allowing skins to connect to IDN servers. It includes a quiz, as well as hand histories, equity, odds, and variance. It is also one of the few poker networks that allows players to multi-tabling.

IDNPoker’s main advantage is its focus on the Asian market. It is currently headquartered in Makati, Metro Manila, and operates over 200 skins in Asia. They also hold a BMM RNG certificate and PAGCOR license.