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Crazy Poker Rakeback Sign-Up Instructions
There is no rakeback on the Microgaming network, but you can register via Loyalty.net for their equivalent which is a generous loyalty program.

About Crazy Poker Rake Back
Crazy Poker is a member of the microgaming network along with other rooms like Battlefield Poker. The network has managed to obtain a large volume of players, which helps the room compete with some of the bigger names in the industry. Many of the players on the network are European, so it is possible to find action in games that are less popular in the US, such as 5 Card Draw and Stud. The competition however is quite tough at the low levels, but the competition is on par as you move up limits with other rooms in the industry.

The software is basic, but it is for this same reason that many people enjoy playing at the room. There are no distractions whilst playing and you can keep yourself focused on the game in hand. There is a very useful ‘mini-mode’ available that allows you to shrink the table size so that it is possible to fit 4 tables simultaneously on the screen without overlapping them. The mini-mode view is designed well so that it is easy to keep up with the action in every hand. This is an excellent feature for players that like to multi-table regularly.

Crazy Poker offers regular freerolls to all players with decent prize pools. The number of players in these freerolls is restricted, which means that it is slightly easier to walk away with a part of the prize pool on offer. Also on offer at the room are extreme turbo sit n go’s, which are very popular with both amateurs and experienced players. The structure of these SnG’s is that each player starts with 1000 chips, and the blinds increase after every two hands. These tournaments last on average between 3 and 4 minutes if you manage to make it to the end.