For experienced players who find regular web-based poker rather slow, Zoom Poker could be the answer. It ups the pace and plays in a ring-game format.
With each hand, you move tables, so you’re playing a pool of fellow players rather than set opponents on one table. Equally, you’ll always feel at the heart of the action.
Once a hand is dealt, either play it in the standard fashion or fast-fold and leave for a new table immediately to see if you fare better elsewhere.
Otherwise, it’s a conventional poker set-up following normal rules and may remind you of Texas Hold’em.
You’ll get through more hands per hour than with other versions, and constantly be playing different, unknown opponents. Doing this can seriously raise your game.
Zoom Poker probably isn’t for novices, but it’s ideal for confident players wanting to spend their available playing time at a brisker pace.