Winning Poker Network

Winning Poker Network

The Winning Poker Network (WPN) is a major player in the Online Poker field and have been hard at work reinvigorating the poker industry. Technological innovations such as cryptocurrencies as well as introducing new games such as Six Plus Hold’em is only a tip of the iceberg. WPN is offering poker players a better experience and delivering more traffic for its affiliate partners.

WPN processed its first Bitcoin transaction in 2015 and now accepts over 60 different cryptocurrencies for deposits and withdrawals. Accounting for just 2% of business in the first year, cryptos now represent 60% of all transactions across the network.


Cryptocurrencies are instrumental in driving traffic and increasing player value. Bitcoin and other options are also dramatically cheaper to process. Compared to traditional banking methods which cost 13% on average to process, cryptocurrencies cost are 2%.

New Innovative Games

With an abundance of instructional material available online games have become tougher and less appealing for recreational players. By offering new variants like Six Plus Hold’em which is one of Americas Cardroom Promotional game this should then appeal to new players.

With no 2 through 5 cards in the deck and modified hand rankings, Six Plus Hold’em players can expect bigger hands, more action, and larger pots. WPN sites are proud to offer Six Plus Hold’em for both tournaments and cash games.

WPN is embracing high rollers by hosting frequent $1,000,000 GTD tournaments with a $2,650 buy-in. These games are designed for high rollers who have seen their VIP rewards cut by competing online poker rooms. Originally designed to be temporary, the big turnout has become a regular staple on the Sunday schedule.

While many poker sites consider high stakes players to be undesirable, WPN welcomes them in other ways. The site’s new $50/$100 7-day no-rathole tables are a favorite of players with deep pockets. 7-day no rathole tables feature a 10 big blind buy-in and require players who return within a week to come back with the same amount they left with.