MasterCard Poker Sites

    MasterCard is one of the easiest ways to deposit money to the best poker sites. Although this is a preferred deposit option, very few sites function with Mastercard in 2018. The two sites below work great.

    MasterCard is a fast, effective and highly secure way to transfer funds into your poker account. When we say fast, we’re not just talking about the actual process of depositing, but the fact that MasterCard poker deposits are virtually instant, taking less than one minute for the player’s funds to appear, ready for use at the poker websites. Good luck at the tables !

Poker Sites Taking MasterCard in 2018

These sites accept US Poker Players.

  • Depositing to Poker Sites Using MasterCard

Depositing with your MasterCard credit card is as secure and fast as it is simple.

1. Log onto your online poker room of choice (since chances are, they accept MasterCard!)
2. Click your way over to the cashier.
3. Select to make a deposit/purchase chips.
4. Click on the option to deposit via Credit Card.
5. From here, you’ll need to supply a little info from your credit card. First, choose MasterCard as the type of credit card. Next, fill in the 16-digit card number as it appears on the front of your card. You’ll also need to supply the expiration date, your name, address, and in some cases, the 3-digit verification number that appears on the back of your MasterCard.
6. Last, enter the amount you wish to deposit and click submit.
7. Within a minute, you’ll receive confirmation that the payment was accepted. The funds are now instantly available for use in your mastercard poker account.

Note that in some countries, you may experience a credit card rejection notice, instead of an approval confirmation. This is commonly associated with US residents attempting to make online poker deposits. The rejection comes from the credit card company, not the online poker site. Some poker rooms will take steps to ensure the highest success rate of MasterCard poke deposits for US players, while others will recommend a different method of deposit for US poker players.

Poker Trivia Of the Day

Have you heard about the altercation between pro player Aaron Been and Vanessa Rousso ? In the $2500 No Limit Holdem event at the 2007 WSOP, Aaron commented on the way Vanessa played her hand against an opponent, basically saying that she misplayed it on every street. He also admits that he said she played the hand “terribly” and has no apology to make. However, Vanessa and her boyfriend Chad took this very personally and were ready to take it outside according to Aaron. Being the quiet type that he is, Aaron simply walked away and avoided confrontation. This was in the Rio in Vegas.