If you have ever thought of creating your own online poker club and enjoying poker in the company of your friends without leaving your home, you should turn to online poker sites that provide a possibility to organize your own home games. We hope that our reviews will make your choice of the poker site for playing home games easy.


Betfair Poker is the home to Sit & Go tournaments and home games

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Play your favourite poker games from the comfort of your home at Virgin Games!

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Check your skills joining one of the exciting scheduled tournaments at Poker.bet365

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Players at 888poker can create their own private, invite-only cash tables and tournaments

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Enjoy various poker games comfortably from your home with PartyPoker

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Online Home Games

Poker is one of the most played games at home. Many enjoy having a card game in a company of friends. However, such an occasion doesn’t often appear since it’s not always easy to gather all friends in one place. What’s the solution? It’s simple! A home game that everyone can join online on a poker site.

How do you like the idea of having your own Poker Club? An online spot where you can gather just with your friends and start your private game of poker anytime you want! That’s called Home Games. It’s actually easy to arrange, and what’s more, it’s absolutely free.

It takes just a few simple steps to start your own Poker Club. Set up a club, invite friends and start the game.You will need free software installed on your PC to play Home Games. Organize a new club and follow the instructions that appear in the pop-up.You will be asked to create a name and invitation code when setting up a new club. And that’s all. Your Poker Club is arranged. Decide how to name your Poker Club.

It sometimes takes up to 4-5 days for the name to appear in the lobby of the club. Until then, you can see the ID number of your club that also serves as identification.

Now that the club is created, you have to invite friends to join. You will get an e-mail with all club details, including the ID number. When it is received, you can pass the details to all friends by e-mail or via social networks like Facebook and Twitter. (To join, they just need the Club ID number and Invitation Code). The name of your new club will be added to the list of other poker clubs in the main lobby of Home Games. You can go to the lobby of your private club by clicking on the ‘Club Lobby’ button. This private lobby is just for you and everyone whom you invite to join the club. The poker site will send you an email notification each time a new friend applies. Once received, you can accept or reject the application from the list of “Pending” members in the ‘Manage Club’ tab in your club’s lobby.

As soon as you have set up your club and have friends joined it, you can start playing. Schedule your first Home Game — you can choose to play a tournament or create a ring game table.

When setting up a tournament, you will have to select the time and date, type of the preferred game (Omaha, Hold’em, Stud, etc.), the number of players, buy-in, and so on. After that, all club members will get an e-mail notification with all details, and you also can share this info on your Facebook page or Twitter.