Pennsylvania Pennsylvania is Caesars Entertainment’s poker site in the state. is licensed through Harrah’s Philadelphia

Players may enter World Series of Poker bracelet events and satellites at It also has no limit hold’em and pot limit Omaha cash games, daily tournaments, and sit and gos.

The site launched in July 2021. It was the fourth poker site in the state. also operates in New Jersey and Nevada. Players in New Jersey and Nevada are on the same network that is shared with the Delaware Lottery’s poker sites. Pennsylvania is not connected to sites in other states. That is expected to happen in the coming years. 

The World Series of Poker launched different software in Pennsylvania than what is used in other states. It offers modern features, which are lacking in the older platform used in New Jersey and Nevada. The old software is a common complaint in those states. 

However, we feel that still struggles with some basic operational functions, like support, withdrawal speeds, error resolutions, and communication. We do not recommend playing there based on our own experience with the company in Nevada and what we have read on social media from other players. 

Pennsylvania Advantage may earn a commission if you accept one of the offers on our website. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, call 1-800-GAMBLER. Pennsylvania first deposit bonus

New players at receive two separate bonuses. A player receives a free $10 just for creating an account. There is then a 100% up to $1,000 first deposit bonus. This clears at a rate of $10 for every $50 in cash game rake or tournament fees paid. Players have 90 days to clear the bonus. Any portion that is not cleared by then expires. The player keeps any bonus that was cleared before the expiration date.

New depositors also receive a ticket to a daily $100 freeroll. Seven tickets are awarded. Any unused freeroll tickets expire after seven days. Pennsylvania cash games

Most of the action at Pennsylvania is at lower limits. This includes no limit Texas hold’em from $.01/$.02 up to $1/$2 blinds. There are cash games with higher blinds, though they do not run as often. Higher limit tables are only available at six-max. 

Pot limit Omaha and pot limit Omaha hi/lo are also common games. Those have the same blinds as the hold’em games but are far less active. Pennsylvania tournaments leans towards tournaments. Most are no limit Texas hold’em. A few are pot limit Omaha. There are dozens of daily tournaments. Most have a guaranteed prize pool. There are also online bracelet events, as well as satellites to the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas. Sunday’s major tournaments have over $100,000 in guaranteed prize pools.

Sit and gos are available from $1 into the hundreds. Most are at the lower limits and are no limit Texas hold’em. Pennsylvania deposit options

There are several easy methods for depositing at Pennsylvania. Visa, Mastercard, PayPal, electronic check, PayNearMe, Play+ debit card, and cash at the Harrah’s Philadelphia casino cage. PayNearMe is a cash deposit service. It is available at 7-Eleven and CVS. ID is required for casino cage deposits. Pennsylvania withdrawal options

There are several ways to withdraw from Pennsylvania. Electronic checks, Play+ debit cards, PayPal, and cash at the casino cage at Harrah’s Philadelphia are among the options available. Pennsylvania support support is notoriously poor. We have had our own issues with it. It does not seem like the issue was fixed for the Pennsylvania launch. We saw several problems with one of its August 2021 tournament series that seemed ridiculous for a site that has been operating in other states for eight years. If you have a problem at, it may never get resolved, based on our terrible interactions with the company. Pennsylvania FAQ

What is the minimum age to play online poker at Pennsylvania?

Pennsylvania online poker players must be at least 21 years old.

Does Pennsylvania offer World Series of Poker satellites?

There are satellites to the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas at WSOP Pennsylvania.

Does Pennsylvania have a new player bonus?

New players receive a free $10 and a 100% up to $1,000 first deposit bonus.