Run It Once Poker Launches Beta Platform

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Poker group Run It Once announced the launch this week of their beta test for their online poker platform, inviting select players to give it a go.

The test was initially live for three hours, allowing players to get in on two specific games, Pot Limit Poker and No Limit Hold'em. The platform has been years in the making, with punters who deposited €10 getting a €30 bonus with no playthrough requirements. The poker room is being licensed through Malta, and will include major eWallet and credit card banking options.

Run It Once is a poker strategy site, where players can learn various ways to improve their poker skills. Run It Once releases daily videos and The group is branching out into the online poker world in an attempt to become a spot where players looking for a bit more of a challenge can go to compete.

We don't know exactly when the platform will launch, but we'll be keeping our eye out and updating readers as we learn more.

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Dustin Jermalowicz
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15 September 2018 - 5:25pm
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I think that this is a good promotion with no wagering requirement, even though I don't really know what's going on in the poker table. Very recently, I got to know that Poker is a skill game, not really on chances 🙂

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22 September 2018 - 7:39pm
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Seems to me that Run It Once is a place for a serious poker players and not just for those playing poker just for fun in their spare time, maybe I'm wrong but from what I've read above it looks to me you don't want to be involved there if you're a newbie.