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WilliamHill.com Review

William Hill has been in the gaming business since the earlier part of the 1900s. Their online poker network is first rate and offers many reasons to play there. Unfortunately William Hill does not accept US players. It is however a very popular site for British and European players. The busiest times for poker are during European peak hours.

Because of the fact that William Hill also offers a sports book there is a tendency for casual sports bettors to venture into the poker room. This will of course result in opportunities for the more knowledgeable players on the site. Many of the tables are filled with loose wild players so a lot of the games are highly beatable. This is particularly true at the lower levels.

The software interface at William Hill includes the most popular features that poker players seek. While it is not extravagant it does run quickly and smoothly. Animation and sounds are satisfactory although the graphics are not overly impressive. Hand histories are easily accessible via the built-in interface although once they are received by request it does take some patience in order to analyze them.

Most of the traffic on William Hill can be found at the no limit Texas Hold Em games. Occasionally you will run into a particularly tight table but finding games with flop percentages between 30 and 40% creates plenty of opportunities for those who seek out loose games. Players who have any amount of skill will be rewarded for patiently seeking out games with flop percentages all the way up to 50 making it easy for the more skillful players to earn a profit.

The support at William Hill is highly responsive and very friendly. There is a live chat function included on the site which will usually resolve most issues in a short period of time. For those who do not wish to use the live chat function William Tell also offers e-mail telephone and fax support.

For tournament players William Hill offers a huge number of guaranteed tournaments. Every Sunday there is a $250,000 tournament and a $150,000 tournament every Friday. You can also find freeroll tournaments at William Hill including $50 and $100 tournaments for new players and $3000 weekly free rolls that can be entered by redeeming William Hill points.

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