Sic Bo as played in modern Casinos is based on an ancient and
very popular Chinese game. The game is resolved by the mechanical rolling of
three dice. If your bet wins you will be paid out according to the printed odds
on the table. You can place multiple bets per dice roll and thus increase your
chances of winning.
Welcome bonus: The sign-up offers at The Gaming Club Poker Room change
regularly in order to remain competitive - why not visit the site to find out
what New Players are currently being offered?
Playing currency: $
Bad Beat Jackpot: $500 and $50 per day will be added onto this jackpot if
not won in a day.
High Hand of the day Bonus: $250
Game selection: Texas Hold'em, Omaha, 5 Card Stud, 7 Card Stud and One on
Play money section: YES. The tables highlighted in blue at the bottom of
Deposit options: Credit Card, Gaming Card, Click2Pay, FirePay, NETeller,
PrePaidATM, EcoCard, Moneybookers, Online Bank Transfer, PaySpark.
Customer service: 24/7 Toll-free telephone support or e-mail.
Best feature: The Gaming Club Poker Room is easy to navigate in terms of
switching from table to lobby and table to table.
Type of Players: Looking for some action? You'll find it at The Gaming
Club Poker Room in the form of advanced Players who are serious about their
Poker: Phil Hellmuth, Chris Ferguson (WSOP Champion); Phil Ivey ("The Tiger
Woods of Poker"); Howard Lederer; John Juanda; Eric Seidel; Bruno Fitousi;
The Hendon Mob: Ross Boatman, Barny Boatman, Ram Vaswani, Joe Beevers; Andy
Bloch, Peter Costa; Dave Colclough; Erick Lindgren; CardPlayer Magazine: Barry
Shulman, Jeff Shulman, Allyn Jaffrey; Garry Bush; Surinder Suner; Jan Syavik;
Marty Wilson; Simon Trumper; Lucy Rokach; Blair Rodman; Paul Testud; Tony Bloom,
Huck Seed, Roy "The Boy" Brimley, Dave "Devilfish" Ulliott,
Howard Plant, Freddie Deeb, and Alan Cunningham - to name a few!
The Gaming Club Poker Room Games:
In addition, The Gaming Club offers a number of Single and Multi-Table
Tournaments that run on a daily basis. The buy-ins for the Single Table
Tournaments range from $0.75 + $0.25 to $100 + $9. Players are also invited to
participate in "play money" tournaments to give them an idea as to how
the tournaments are played without using real money.
- Texas Hold'em
- 7 Card Stud
- 5 Card Stud
The buy-ins for the Multi-Table Tournaments range from nothing (for the FreeRoll
tournaments) to $50 + $5. The pot for the Multi-Table Tournaments is split as
follows: 1st place will receive 50%, 2nd place will receive 30% and 3rd place
will receive 20%.