NUTS: Two Bit Poker benefits of having pretty decent player traffic. The site offers a peculiar Two Bit Challenge, in which a player can try to build 25c (which is given to you by Two Bit) into $100 by playing in tournaments, and will be awarded $500 if successful. Two Bit Poker has a lot of promotions going on at any one time, which currently include: Gold Stacks which are formed by earning Gold Chips through real money play, with excellent rewards for the stacks you build; Gold Cards which are Ring Game rewards, collected through playing in Real Money Ring games and will grant access to over $250,000 in monthly rewards; Qualification for the Irish Open 2010, with satellites starting at just $1; and a whole lot more! There are quite a few guaranteed prize pool tournaments that take place on Two Bit Poker, and the guarantees are quite decent. The lobby and table graphics are pretty decent and functional as well, despite the tables not being resizable. Customer support is available in the form of live chat on the site. Two Bit Poker welcomes all US players in its card room!
BEATS: The advertised Mac compatibility is through the use of emulators, or virtual machines, available on the Mac rather than actual compatibility. There is no instant play version offered to guarantee compatibility for Linux players as well, meaning that only Windows users (native client) and Mac users (through virtual machine) are catered to on Two Bit Poker. Only Texas Hold'em, Omaha/Omaha8 and 7CD Stud/7CD Stud8 are offered on the site, with every other poker variant being conspicuously absent. While you can get Customer Support via Live Chat, it's not available 24/7. The higher stakes seem more akin to a deserted waste land, with very few games running if ever.