Microgaming Launches Rush Poker-Style GamePublished May 29, 2012 by OCR Editor
The Microgaming poker network introduces its Blaze Poker cash game to the market.
Microgaming Poker Network this week launched Blaze Poker, a cash game based on Full Tilt's now defunct Rush Poker Game which introduces a more exciting style of poker to players now used to the regular table-by-table events.Microgaming Blaze Poker
Microgaming's Blaze Poker allows players to join a pool of players competing in up to 300 hands per hour for never-ending action and fun. Once you fold your hand you immediately move to another table and are dealt another hand. No more waiting around for your online rivals to finish the hand you were also competing in.
Ladbrokes was the first online poker operator to launch the game in beta test mode this week, although others are expected to follow soon. The game follows a similar format to the original Rush Poker provided by Full Tilt. PokerStars operates Zoom Poker and Relax Gaming operates Fast Poker, which also follow the same format as Microgaming's offering.Microgaming Operators
Microgaming supplies some of the leading online poker operators in the business. These include, but are not limited to: Cool Hand Poker, Wild Jack Poker, Poker Rewards, Purple Lounge Poker, and Poker Time. And of course, there is Ladbrokes Poker, which led the way by launching the new Blaze Poker game this week.
All these operators offer Microgaming's renowned special poker features, such as auto play, fast play, expert mode and hand histories. Players also have the choice of instant play or download versions. It is hoped that these operators will all adopt Blaze Poker soon, to expand the possibilities for their customers.