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  • The Merge Gaming Network, sometimes called the Merge Poker Network, is made up of a long list of different poker rooms. The Merge Network offers the most poker game varieties of any network, is well reviewed in terms of game speed, and is crammed with features only found at Merge, features with names like "Rabbit Hunting", "show one card", and "Deal It Twice". The Merge Gaming Network is licensed in Canada and recently also earned a license from Malta’s LGA. European licenses are harder to earn, and this new license gives the network an even larger sense of authority and legitimacy. Merge Gaming was one of the fastest-growing poker networks in history. It popped up out of the death of the old poker.com and promptly added dozens of poker rooms to their network. This Merge Poker review gives poker players a quick look at this up and coming poker network.

    Aced.com Room Review
    Aced.com
    4
    Outstanding Features
    • Live Chat customer support
    • Uncommon games like Badugi & Razz
    • Lucrative 5-tier rewards program
    • US players welcome
    • Bad Beat Jackpots, Deal it Twice & Rabbit Hunt
    Play at Aced.com with 150% Sign up Bonus up to $750 1
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    Merge Gaming Network Online Poker

    Software

    The Merge Gaming poker software is an in-house design. Merge built in lots of unique features after looking at what else was on offer and deciding to create a product that would stand out.

    As far as bonuses, Merge Network players can take their pick from a number of different offers. Merge Network skins don’t share a bonus or promotion schedule. For example, at 32 Red, you can earn up to $1,000 depending on the number of player points you rack up in the first couple of months of play. As far as rakeback and other affiliate sites, there are plenty, some which offer rakeback plans that make that $1,000 bonus even sweeter.

    Games

    Our hats go off to Merge for offering eighteen different poker variations, even if seven of them are just different versions of the blended poker game H.O.R.S.E.On the Merge Poker Network from any of the following games:

    Texas holdem, Omaha, Omaha hi/lo, 7 card stud, 7 card stud hi/lo, Razz, 5 card stud, 5 card draw, A-5 triple draw, 2-7 triple draw, Badugi, and seven different varieties of H.O.R.S.E.

    Best Poker Rooms

    Of all the Merge Gaming Network sites, after looking through our own lists of the best Microgaming poker rooms, we can say for sure that the two best rooms are Aced.com and PDC Poker. For one thing, these are the rooms that are currently adding the most new players, and new players tend to mean more cash for seasoned veterans. These sites are also the busiest on the network and have the best reviews from across the Internet.

    Traffic

    Some of the best news to come out of the world of online poker recently comes to us from Merge Poker. As of the end of September 2011, Merge Poker began quietly accepting US players again. Merge Poker for US players is now a reality, though company memos urging their poker skins not to advertise this fact have proven once again that the biggest problem for poker networks and American players isn’t legal, it’s logistical. The American market is so massive that when a new site opens open to US players, they’re flooded with registrations and a backlog is built up.

    For the first time in many months, some skins on the Merge Network are open to American wagers, and that news has many people on both sides of the online gambling world excited.

    Restricted Countries and Territories

    Hong Kong, Turkey, US Virgin Islands, US Minor Outlying Areas, France and French Territories, and Italy. Players from the United States of America can play at some but not all of the skins on the Merge Network. NOTE! Still check with each poker room since restricted countries & territories change from time to time.