Revolution Network Review

In May of 2012, Lock Poker purchase the Cake Poker Network and rebranded it as Revolution Gaming. In doing so, they took many of their players from the Merge poker network, dramatically increasing the new network's online poker traffic. Currently, the Revolution Poker Network is the 8th largest online poker network. Many of the sites on this network offer online poker for US players. The network maintains 80% of it's peak traffic for a 9-hour window, by far the longest peak period of any online poker network.

The graphics on Revolution Gaming network sites are top notch. Navigation is crisp and clean, and their “classic” table setup makes you feel as though you’re sitting in a live game! Navigation is user friendly and logical, and there are quick filters as well as a more detailed option that lets you specify exactly the tables you are looking for. The only complaint is that all tables of the same type have the same name, which can cause some confusion – you have to look at the 5-digit table number to tell them apart.

The cashier window provides a wealth of information, with tabs for their various vip poker programs (with explanations, and upcoming event schedules), pending poker bonus offers and promotions. Hand replays are available, but are not animated. However, like all information presented on Revolution Gaming software, it is concise and easy to follow. As a result, you can get the information you were looking for in a fraction of the time.