Genting Poker Lowest Deposit LimitsVisit Genting Poker Here
Moneybookers£2 / $5
- £2 / €2 / $5 Moneybookers
- £2 / €2 / $5 Click2Pay
- £2 / €2 / $5 ClickAndBuy
- £2 / €2 / $5 Neteller
- £10 / €10 / $20 Visa
Genting Poker is a fairly new poker room but the company that owns it has been in the gambling business for a very long time and has three long established online casinos. With a minimum of only €2 this is the lowest deposit limit that we have found.
Genting Poker runs on the iPoker network so it uses the same software as more well known iPoker rooms, such as Titan Poker. This also means that there are always plenty of players as iPoker is now the second most popular online poker network.
Unfortunately, and unusually, Genting Poker does not take players from the following countries: Austria, Germany, Canada, Belgium, Greece, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain and of course the U.S.A.
Betfair Poker Minimum Deposit LimitsVisit Betfair Poker Here
Paypal£5 / €7
- £5 / €7 Paypal
- £10 / €10 Moneybookers
- £10 / €15 ClickAndBuy
- £10 / €15 Visa MasterCard
- £10 / €15 Neteller
Betfair Poker has cash games limits starting at $0.02 / $0.04 and has multi table tournaments with buy ins as low as $0.01 with no fee. Their sit and go tournaments start at $0.10 + $0.01 and they have Omaha cash games starting at $0.05 / $0.10 stakes.
Betfair Poker uses the OnGame software and network. OnGame is the sixth most popular poker network and has reasonably high numbers of players. Current Betfair promotions include a free £5 for new players from the U.K. At this time Betfair Poker does not accept players from the U.S.A.
Poker Stars Minimum Deposit RequirementsVisit Poker Stars Here
- $10 Visa
- $10 MasterCard
- $10 DinersClub
- $10 U-Kash
- $10 Moneybookers
- $10 Neteller
Poker Stars are not only the biggest online poker room, they are also the poker room with the lowest buy ins for tourneys and sit'n'go's alike, with both starting as low as $0.02! They have cash games with buyins from as low as $0.01 / $0.02.
Poker Stars uses their own software and have the most players online at any time, even though they stopped accepting American players at the end of 2011.