2010 Poker Deposits

Okay, by now every US poker player should already know what they’re looking at in terms of gambling. PayPal is out, Click2Pay proved to be a donkey, and credit cards and eChecks just don’t seem to cut it with a lot of sites outside of the big three – UB, PokerStars and Absolute.

One underrated method that’s been gaining popularity recently, however, is eWalletXpress. And not only is it gaining popularity with US-friendly casinos, but some are even starting to give members their best casino bonus if they use this eWallet as a preferred depositing method.

What exactly is eWalletXpress? Well, for those unfamiliar with it, this method is basically PayPal with a little less popularity to date. It’s not big for online shoppers, but gambling sites take full advantage of it.

It works simple enough. You open a free account with the site and put your money in there either via credit cards or a bank transfer, and then you can transfer money from your eWallet into a wide range of poker rooms and casinos to get your Hold’em fix or to play video slots.

eWalletXpress is exactly like Neteller, for those familiar with that eWallet before it started acting ignorant.

Most poker players are probably going to join at least one of the big three sites mentioned up top, but there are hundreds of other poker sites out there accepting US players. And since they’re all competing with one another, gamblers would do well to browse their options and to find the best incentives and formats for them.

Even if you find that the site you want to join accepts eChecks or credit cards, it’s still a good move to go ahead and get eWalletXpress. It doesn’t cost anything to keep it open, and keeping a few bucks in there makes it convenient when you want to join a new poker site.

The best part of eWalletXpress, however, is that you can withdraw your game winnings straight into that account. This means you won’t have to deal with the anxiety of putting money into your bank account, and you won’t have to wait weeks for a check to be mailed. You can simply transfer it into your eWallet and have the money handy at your disposal.

Posted on Monday, 6th September 2010 in the Poker Guides category. Tagged with: , , , , , , , , ,