The Merge Gaming Poker Network

The Merge Gaming Network offers its poker rooms a very scalable product and it is not just a matter of putting a different logo on a cookie cutter type of site. Each poker room is given a number of customizable options to make the playing experience more of their own. All of their gaming services are hosted in the Kahnawake Gaming Commissions secure data center. The Kahnawake Gaming Commission data center is a fully secure and regulated gaming specific data center that is located in Canada. All information that is passed between the client and the server is encrypted using industry standard 128 bit SSL encryption and all sensitive information is stored in a secure data center that is under 24/7 physical security as well. The Merge Gaming Network’s software and server platforms have proven to be extremely reliable and have almost non-existent down time Mysport99.

Merge Activity

Carbon Poker, Aced, and Poker Nordica are probably the best sites on the Merge Gaming Network which includes over 40 poker rooms including:

Carbon Poker
Poker Nordica
PDC Poker
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Lock Poker
Bluff Room
Big Bet Poker
Optimus Poker
Black Chip Poker
Felt Stars
Reefer Poker
Walker Poker
Poker Fantasy
Golden Arch Poker
Kings Club Poker
Bet on USA
Poker Geezers
Poker One
The Sportsbook
Poker Fan
The USA Rounder
Worldwide Gamble
Starnet Poker Room
Betting Express
Brobury Sports
Everybody Plays
Hollywood Sportsbook and Casino
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NYC Poker
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Sport Fanatiks

The volume of players on the Merge Network Gaming poker rooms is the only area of concern that you can find. There is certainly plenty of traffic to support your multi tabling needs for games up to about $200 no limit hold em. But you would probably not find the action that you are looking for if you like to play in the “nosebleed” limits. With the fact that they accept action from the United States, this is an area that should improve rather quickly especially with all of the new poker rooms that are being added to the Network recently.