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New Features and Games Make Their Debut at Ladbrokes Poker

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The playing features at Ladbrokes Poker just keep getting better all the time. And in response to player requests, Ladbrokes has been adding lots of great new features to help make your gaming experience the best that it can be!

Exciting new playing features that Ladbrokes Poker is making available to all Ladbrokes Poker players starts with the Auto Top Up feature. Available for all Ladbrokes cash games, now you can set the option to automatically top up your chip stack just as soon as it drops below your customized, predetermined amount. And for tournament players, you can double your chips in a re-buy event before a tournament even begins by selecting the Double Buy-in checkbox located in the Join Tournament dialog box.

Next is the new and improved Waiting List! The Ladbrokes system has been updated so that it can now offer as many seats as there are available, simultaneously to all players on the waiting list. As an example, when three seats become available, they are simultaneously offered to the next three players on the waiting list. And even better, if enough players having similar criteria are waiting, the system can now dynamically create a new table allowing for seats to be offered to players at the new table just as soon as the required number of players has been seated! This is a wonderful improvement that few other poker rooms offer. If you have ever been 6th or 7th on a waiting list, you will appreciate this feature that will automatically create a new table for you to join!

Another improvement you will notice when you take a break is that you can now sit out of the action on full tables for five minutes, which replaces the previous system based on Big Blinds. Then when you come back and are ready to roll, the new Bet Slider allows you to personalize and customize it to meet the needs of your playing style. Setting and saving slider profiles based on various parameters such as game type, game limit and total can be optimized with a click of your mouse. Access the Bet Slider configuration settings in a snap from both the Lobby and directly from the game.

Ladbrokes Poker has also now added new “DeepStack” No Limit Hold ’em cash tables. With blinds from $0.25/$0.50 up to $5/$10, the new format tables have a minimum buy-in of 100 x the big blind and a maximum of 200 x the big blind. New cash game Ante tables are also now on the agenda that increase the poker action and make bigger pots. These No-Limit and Pot-Limit ante cash games are played in the same way as blind structure cash games, with the addition of requiring an ante.

Are you a poker survivor? Then check out the new Survivor tournaments at Ladbrokes Poker. This is a tournament like you have never seen, when at set times during these fast paced, fixed duration tournaments, a percentage of players having the shortest chip stacks are removed from the game! This game type is great for players on a time schedule, so watch for both Multi-table and Single table (Sit n’ Go) Survivor tournaments that are coming soon!

Ladbrokes Poker is just getting started, and plans to keep adding new and exciting features and games. There has never been a better time to start playing at Ladbrokes Poker and see all the cool new stuff!

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