Hand History Converter
Everest Bonus Code
|Everest Poker Highlights|
|Network||Grand Virtual Network|
|No Limit Stakes||$0.01 - $0.02 up to $25 - $50|
|Limit Stakes||$0.02 - $0.04 up to $50 - $100|
|SNG Stakes||$0.04 + $0.01 up to $500 + $30|
|Minimum Deposit Amount||$10|
|Minimum Deposit Options||Abaqoos: $10, CLICK2PAY: $10, Entropay: $10, FundSend: $10, iDeal: $10, MasterCard: $10, NETELLER: $10, paysafecard: $10, Skrill (Moneybookers): $10, Sofort DIRECTebanking: $10, Visa: $10|
|Minimum Withdrawal Options||CLICK2PAY: $10, NETELLER: $10, Skrill (Moneybookers): $10, Visa: $50, Check: $250|
|Compatibility||Windows XP SP2+|
|Supported Languages||English, Français, Japanese, Deutsch, Italiano, Português, Norsk, Nederlands, Dansk, Svenska, Español, Polski, Taiwanese, Cantonese, Suomi, Magyar|
Everest Hand History Features
When you play on Everest, hand histories are saved automatically to your hard-drive. To find the hand history files you must first go to the directory in which you installed Everest Poker (most likely C:\Program FilesEverest Poker). Within this directory is another folder named ‘history.’ Each time you open a table and play a hand, Everest will create a new text file that contains all of the hand histories for poker hands played at that table. The way Everest stores hand histories isn’t completely human-readable as many other sites' hand histories are. However if you open up the hand history file in a program like Wordpad (or even better an XML editor, as this is how they store the files) you can read through hands somewhat.
Luckily you can view the hands in an easier to read fashion through the instant hand history viewer found on the tables at Everest. All you have to do is click the ‘History’ button in the top right corner of the table and it will open up a window where you can view previous hands from that table. You can navigate using the buttons at the top to move to the previous or next hand. You can also use the buttons to move to the first/last hand as well. When you get to a hand, the complete hand history is shown in the window and you can view it as you wish. Also, there is a button to save the hand history as text which allows you to save the exact same text that is shown in the window to a text file on your computer.
Everest Poker is an independent poker room that runs on its very own network (the Everest Network). It has grown quite a bit the last few years and now hosts a decent sized player base. The play at Everest seems to lean far towards the loose side, as at the lower stakes you can have tables averaging 70% or more players seeing the flop each hand.
At the Hold’em tables on Everest you can play at stakes ranging from between $0.02/0.02 - $50/50 in the no-limit variety, as well as $0.02/0.04 - $50/100 for limit games. Omaha tables on Everest range in stakes between $0.02/0.02 and $30/60. If you are an SnG player, Everest poker offers a wide range of stakes to play in. They begin at $0 (10 cent prize pool) and go all the way up to $500+30. Everest Poker also offers scheduled tournaments in similar stakes that run throughout the day.
The only real negative that Everest has is a lack of game variations. Most sites offer at least Stud variations, and often draw games as well. Everest only offers Hold’em and Omaha games on their site at the moment. If you do play those two games though, Everest is a great place to go.
International players will feel right at home thanks to Everest Poker's language support. French players can easily Telecharger Everest Poker! Unfortunately, Everest does not allow players from the US. Click here to find out where you can play American poker online.