Rail Table Tickets: A Revolutionary Feature

At ACR Poker, we pride ourselves on being at the forefront of innovative software development, continuously enhancing our players’ experiences. With this mission in mind, we’re excited to introduce our latest groundbreaking feature: Rail Table Tickets!

How Rail Table Tickets Work

Every player is allocated 3 Rail Table Tickets, the maximum number you can possess at any given time. To utilize one of your tickets, simply click on the red “View Players” button when observing a table. A prompt will appear, asking you to confirm your decision to use the ticket.

The Time Frame

Each Rail Table Ticket lets you view a table for a duration of 5 hours, after which it reverts to hidden mode. Upon using a Rail Table Ticket, a new one will be granted to you within 24 hours.

Fair Play and Enhanced Security

With this feature, professional players are restricted from continuously checking every table in an attempt to sit with weaker or recreational players.

Please note that while using a Rail Table Ticket, you will be unable to take a seat at the table for the subsequent 7 hours, further ensuring a balanced gaming experience.

Keeping Track of Your Tickets

In case all your Rail Table Tickets have been used, a timer will be displayed, showing the waiting period before you receive additional tickets.

Pushing the boundaries of software innovation, ACR Poker’s Rail Table Tickets provide our players with an unmatched gaming experience, striking the perfect balance between excitement and security. Come and experience the cutting edge of poker with ACR Poker’s Rail Table Tickets.

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Safer Gambling

Our Responsible Gambling program makes sure every player is of legal age and also gives you the option to self-exclude for a time period from our tables, sportsbook or casino.

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