Upon downloading the new SwC poker client, players will find a redesigned lobby with easy navigation between cash game, tournament and sit-n-go sections plus new features like the Bad Beat Jackpot and tournament satellites.
Once SwC users join a table, they will find a faster, more stable, user-friendly platform with a completely new backend. The new software spent six months in alpha testing followed by a three month beta test with a group of long-time SwC members providing input on functionality, stability and player experience.
For the first time, SwC software is now playable on PC, MAC, Android and HTML5, making bitcoin poker available to everyone either at home or on the go.
Players will also discover the new Bad Beat Jackpot with the lowest qualifying hand online with aces full of tens(AAA/TT) meaning more players winning jackpots more often than any other site. Players can be part of the action by joining any Jackpot no limit hold’em table in the cash game section.
The SwC Cash Game tab continues to offer the widest variety of poker variants and stake anywhere on the internet. SwC offers Hold’em, Omaha and Stud games like most sites but only SwC spreads every mixed game, draw game and Chinese poker variant all the way down to Open Face Chinese 2-7.
The SwC Tournament tab offer a revamped tournament schedule with guaranteed prize pool events offered daily. The new monthly Big BTC Tournament highlights the new events with a guarantee prize pool of at least 100 buy-ins and the new software now runs regular satellites into this and all guaranteed prize pool tournaments.
About SwC Poker
SwC Poker was founded in 2015 as an online poker site that only uses Bitcoin. Players on SwC Poker enjoy the lowest rake in the industry while keeping their identity anonymous. By only transacting in Bitcoin, players receive their cashouts in hours, lightning-fast compared to the traditional online gambling world.
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