30% rakeback is paid to your poker account every Monday, but you can also redeem your points manually at any time.
RakeMeBack players will be automatically upgraded to Platinum level and entitled to 30% rakeback. You are able to view your balance in the top right of the Unibet poker software. Go to the "Poker Club" button to follow on your progress.
Players need to earn minimum 33 points (1 USD rake) to be able to redeem their points.
As of December 16, 2013 Unibet will no longer offer poker bonuses until the new client is released.
30% rakeback + Unibet Plus:
|Tier ||Points Needed per Week||Rewards / Rakeback %||Grace period
||LP points to 5% of your rake
||LP points to 5% of your rake PLUS 100% bonus points to make 10%
Unibet is one of the biggest brands for online poker and several other products in Europe.
Get 30% of your rake back at Unibet.
A distinctly European flavored online poker room, Unibet Poker does several things right: It has multi-language phone support, there are tons of small buy-in tourneys running all the time, which make great bankroll builders for beginners, and there are massive monthly MTTs too, which offer $250k guarantees. On the downside: The software is not exactly a graphically pleasing creation, and the live phone support is not available 24/7.
A Microgaming network member, Unibet managed to consolidate its player base by moving there from the 24hPoker network. Nowadays, it gets decent traffic at both the cash game and the tournament tables. In peak hours, there are around 1,500-2,000 players at the cash tables and 10,000 players at the tournament tables.
Everything about Unibet poker is fairly standard which means you know it works and you get value for money. The software is aimed at fulfilling players’ basic needs, and it doesn’t quite strive to go beyond that.
The level of competition players are likely to encounter at Unibet Poker is decent. Preflop action is not as hot as in most US-facing poker rooms. There is a lot of preflop calling, and the focus seems to be on the post-flop aspect of the game. Some people may find that annoying, but for a flexible player it is likely to become a source of extra juice. At short-handed and turbo tables, the flops viewed percentages are through the roof: Close to 55%.