New Jersey Online Poker: Independent Site Reviews and New Player Guide

Pokerfuse’s New Jersey online poker guide is a comprehensive and independent review of VIP programs, first deposit bonuses, tournament schedules and cash game traffic at all New Jersey online poker rooms.

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New Jersey’s Four Online Poker Rooms

WSOP NJ: The iconic World Series of Poker brand is online in New Jersey, with good cash game traffic, a comprehensive VIP program and the one of the best new player offers around.

Read our comprehensive and independent review of WSOP New Jersey »

Borgata Poker: Backed by the trusted Borgata Hotel and Casino, Borgata is on the Borgata/partypoker network which offers the best cash game and tournament traffic in New Jersey. It also regularly runs great promotions for all types of players, and offers $20 free to try out the site.

Read our comprehensive and independent review of Borgata Poker »

partypoker NJ: The iconic partypoker returns to the United States. Sharing the same player pool as Borgata, party offers the best spread of cash game action and runs the biggest tournaments, including the big Sunday $50,000 and the Garden State Super Series. It also offers the most generous deposit match bonus in the state at $1000.

Read our comprehensive and independent review of partypoker New Jersey »

888 New Jersey: The global 888 brand in New Jersey has hands down the best VIP program and one of the largest first match deposit bonuses around.

Read our comprehensive and independent review of 888 New Jersey »

I’m a new player. What special offers are available to me?

You are truly spoiled for choice. All four online poker rooms are vying for your business—which means you can get some free money and great first deposit bonuses at all the sites.

You can get an overview of all the offers in our dedicated guide, which gives a comprehensive and independent review of every offer.

There’s also dedicated comparison pages for deposit match bonuses and no-deposit bonuses.

I’m an online poker grinder. Who has the best VIP program?

All four New Jersey poker rooms offer some decent promotions, though which site is better depends on how much you play—and what games you play.

Never fear, we have just the page for you: Our comprehensive overview of all VIP programs and rewards schemes in New Jersey online poker breaks this all down, and gives you an honest opinion on what offers are best.

How do I deposit money at New Jersey online poker sites? How can I withdraw?

Because online poker is a completely legal and regulated activity in the state of New Jersey, there are many cheap, reliable and quick ways to move money both on and off online poker rooms. You can transfer directly from your bank, use ewallets, use credit cards and even deposit and receive cash directly at casino cages in Atlantic City.

There are pros and cons to each method, which is why we’ve created a free guide on how to deposit at New Jersey sites and another guide on how to withdraw your funds.

Are PokerStars and Full Tilt Going to Launch in New Jersey?

PokerStars’ new owner Amaya sure plans to. The online giant has applied for the relevant licenses from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to allow them to go live with regulated online gambling in the state. While at first it seemed like they would go live by the end of 2014, unknown delays in the approval process has pushed this back to Q1 2015 at the earliest.

What would PokerStars in New Jersey be like? The room has already hinted at some possible launch plans, which would include some big Sunday tournaments, following meet and greets with New Jersey residents.

It would be very likely to use PokerStars’ new PS7 client, which includes blackjack and roulette games built in—something certain to launch in New Jersey, where real money casino games are permitted. Also expect is PokerStars’ best-in-class mobile clients to support the desktop clients. Questions remain whether Full Tilt will be used in New Jersey—while Amaya has suggested the brand will be utilized, it probably wouldn’t make sense to launch two separate online poker player pools.

December 11, 2014
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