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Find out how PokerStars Home Games lets you start your own private Poker Club and play against friends whenever you want. Your own private online poker club.
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1) In the main lobby, select the ‘More’ menu then ‘Home Games’. If you’ve been invited to join a club, click ‘Join a Poker Club’; to start a new club, click ‘Create a Poker Club’. 2) Give your new club a name and invitation code (make sure not to include your personal password!).
If you have ever wanted to play in private games online with your friends, you will want to check out Pokerstars Home Games. Pokerstars Home Games allows you the opportunity to set your own private tournament or even your own poker league. In addition, you can setup a poker tournament in any of the games offered at Pokerstars. If you have a bunch of friends that like to play Omaha or if your an older player that would prefer to play Stud poker, you can setup your tournaments to suit your needs.
When you create your Club, you'll receive a Club ID, which you'll need to send to your friends with your Invitation Code in order to invite them. The number of Clubs you can create or join depends on the software version you're using: Full-featured version: Maximum number of Clubs you can create: 2; Maximum number of Clubs you can join: 10.NET ...
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PokerStars Home Games allow you to take the banter of your local home game onto the online felt, even allowing you to play with poker friends from all over the world.
In the next window, select 'Tournaments' and 'Search'. In the search bar at the top of the screen, type 'Freeroll'. If no tournaments are listed after setting your filters, this means there are no freerolls available at this time. Here's a video on how to find these tournaments in our desktop software (in English only):