Pokerstars has released a beta version of real-money Zoom Poker, according to eGaming Review. The release of the real-money version is less than one month after the play-money version began.
The product allows the user to play No-Limit Hold’em and Pot Limit Omaha in micro-stakes games. The beta version restricts the number of players in the pool to 1500, however, the same player can join four different Zoom tables at the same time.
Pokerstars is not the only operator producing a format similar to Full Tilt’s Rush Poker. PokerUpdate revealed earlier that sites such as Unibet and Betsson are also creating fast-paced poker games to rival Pokerstars.