Introducing a brand new game on PokerStars: Swap Hold’em.
First, click over to the main lobby in the PokerStars client. You should see a tab labelled “Home Games” at the top of the screen. Click the tab to go to the Home Games lobby. You will see a box at the top with the heading “My Poker Clubs,” and a box at the bottom with the heading “My Scheduled Games.” This is the control panel from which you’ll access your private club in the.
You and your friends need to create a PokerStars PokerStars.uk PokerStars PokerStars.dk PokerStars.be PokerStars.ee PokerStars.pt account and then find the 'Home Games' tab in the PokerStars lobby. Here you have the option to create a Poker Club or join an existing one.
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PokerStars Home Games is an attractive option for poker players because of how effectively it facilities private real money play — either tournaments or cash games — between friends. And because Home Games has been a thing since 2011, it’s also a fairly polished product that gives players many of the features and options that they need to run a good poker home game.
Finally, Pokerstars Home Games are free to setup. Obviously there are buy-ins to the event, but Pokerstars will never charge you for using their software to host your events. Try doing that at your local casino. Simply put, Pokerstars Home Games are all the fun of home games, but without the hassle of trying to find a house to host the game.
The additional clubs you see in your Home Game club lobby are called 'Showcase clubs', and are display clubs that all of our players can view in observer mode.; They are great examples of active clubs that are using our Home Games to drive their own poker community.; You can view these clubs as you wish but we do not offer a feature for players to request membership.
A classic online poker feature, now available in PA. PokerStars first introduced Home Games on its global site way back in January 2011 as a neat way to set up private games on the site among friends. Americans who were playing on PokerStars back then might vaguely recall Home Games, having gotten a chance to try them out for a few months before “Black Friday” came and PokerStars left.