Poker is one of the biggest card games in the world and was given a new lease of life in the early 2000s thanks to players like Chris Moneymaker, who won big at the WSOP after securing his ticket in an online satellite.
In recent years, it has experienced another revival thanks to Bitcoins, giving players the chance to play for as much or as little as they want while benefiting from advanced security features and anonymity.
Online poker sites have struggled with liquidity over the years, leading to either empty tables or lengthy queues, but you can avoid this issue by focusing on the biggest sites and networks.
These sites mostly offer games of Texas Hold’em, which is by far the best-known poker variant, but bigger ones also include Draw, Stud, Badugi, Omaha, and Mixed-Variants.
You can also play against the house in virtual and live games of poker (Casino Hold’em, Three-Card Poker), as liquidity is never an issue here.
And if you want something quick and easy, try your hand at video poker. You can’t bluff your way to success here, but many of the elements that make poker PvP popular can be found here as well, including strategy. You can also use your knowledge of poker hand values and EV to get ahead.