Adjarabet is a website from Georgia that offers poker and gambling games on its own, as well as part of the MPN Network. The company that owns the website also operates multiple real casinos and hotels in the country, and it was founded way back in 1998. The Adjarabet.com website was launched in 2001.
Over the years they’ve became leaders in Georgia but also in the region, and since 2013 they attracted more and more international players as well.
The platform looks ok, and has a black and red design. Unfortunately for international players, it is only available in the Russian and Georgian languages. The software is browser based, so you don’t need to download or install anything.
Besides various tabs with promotions and tournaments, the website also has a Poker School section with useful tips and tutorials. While there is no mobile app, you can still play on Adjarabet through a browser on your phone.
It’s definitely not among the most crowded websites, but the traffic is decent. At peak hours it can get up to 400 online players, while the weekly average is around 200. Most players can be found in cash games.
Can I Trust Adjarabet?
Being in business for so many years, it’s clear that most players were happy about this website. They did have some complaints, but overall they are a legit website with a good reputation, especially for Georgian players.
The complaints they had are related to withdrawals that took too much time. But this is because they need an ID in order to check the player’s identity and to avoid any fraud. So it’s not that they don’t want to give you your earnings, it’s just that they want to make sure they are giving them to the right person.
The initial bonus on the website is that of a 100% match of your first deposit, but only up to 50 GEL (around 20 USD). After you make the deposit, you will then need to play games or tournaments in order to release it.
They also don’t offer any rakeback or cashback, which is crazy considering that other websites in the same MPN Network offer a bonus match of up to 1,000 Euro and a rakeback of 30%. So this is the main reason why you should avoid playing on Adjarabet Poker.
Adjarabet Deposits and Withdrawals
You can deposit money in your account through MasterCard and Visa cards. When it comes to payouts, the same options are available. They did have Skrill and other options but they had to remove them because of fraud.
Their policy is that they need to verify the identity of players in order to release the payouts. So this means that they take more time compared to other websites, adding frustration to some players.
While their platform and games are ok for beginners and micro stakes games, because of their very small bonuses, lack of rakeback and slow payouts, you should avoid Adjarabet Poker.All news