Microgaming has become the latest online poker network to offer a fast-fold poker game to its players. The new game, which has already premiered on sites like Ladbrokes, has been dubbed "Blaze Poker."
Yet another version of Rush Poker has hit the market, this time from online poker network Microgaming.
The network, home to sites like Ladbrokes and NordicBet Poker, announced the launch of the new game yesterday, calling it "Blaze Poker."
"Blaze Poker" will work exactly like Rush Poker did on the now-closed Full Tilt Poker site by pooling players together and moving them to a new table every time a hand is folded or reaches showdown.
The principle was introduced by Full Tilt Poker already in 2010, and quickly gained a following from trigger-happy poker fans across the globe.
Once Full Tilt Poker shut down, PokerStars was ready with their version of the fast-paced game, called Zoom Poker.
Like Rush Poker, Zoom Poker immediately shot off to become one of PokerStars most popular offerings, and today it is estimated that one fourth of all hands played on the site takes place at a Zoom Poker table.
Other sites, too, have joined the race for winning the fast-fold poker fans' hearts, including Relax Gaming, who earlier this year revealed to have developed "Fast Poker" for a number of exclusive operators, including 24hPoker, Unibet and Betsson.
"Blaze Poker" is already now available on the Microgaming skins who have implemented the feature, with NLHE games running on €0.02/€0.04 and and €0.05/€0.10.