Titan Poker is one of the longest established sites on the i Poker Network, which has maintained its position as one of the largest networks around for a number of years.
Network poker is different to standalone card rooms, but most of the differences are cosmetic.
You will be playing online poker against players across a number of different SA poker sites, but the player pool is combined.
So you could be playing at Titan Poker while your opponent is playing at Winner Poker or one of the many other Hold’em sites accepting South African players on the i Poker Network.
Combined traffic is a great thing for SA gambling players.
The i Poker Network brings together many Hold’em sites accepting South African players, of which Titan Poker is one of the biggest and most trusted.
Many of the sites on the network are the card rooms of online sportsbooks, meaning they bring in new and inexperienced SA poker players who are more familiar with sports betting than Hold’em.
This review would have looked very different not that long ago, but Titan Poker is now just the latest South Africa poker site to take great strides in improving its software.
A fast-fold Hold’em variant has been added, while compatibility with PC, Mac, mobile and tablet means South African online poker players can enjoy everything it has to offer, wherever they are.
As with a number of other sites, SA poker players cannot play in South African Rand at Titan Poker.
However the site has also removed US dollars from its cash tables, meaning you have the choice of Euros or Pounds.
This makes sense for a site that does not accept US players, however it is still worth being aware of.