Earlier, Indian players couldn’t play poker on the old Bodog site. However, with the latest Bodog India site launch, there’s a separate poker room which utilizes the PaiWangLuo Network. There is no dearth of action as the Indian poker room shares traffic with other international rooms like Bodog88, Ignition Casino, Bovada, Bodog.eu and Bodog.com.
It’s worth mentioning that even if you deposit using INR, the chips get converted to USD when you open the poker interface. This is purely because Bodog is an international site and the network uses USD as the common currency for all players. Currently, players from Australia, India, China, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Cambodia and South Korea play on the Bodog network.
Don’t be overwhelmed by these international players! While creating this review, we tested all the stakes offered on Hold’em and PLO cash games and the action was pretty soft.