Poker is a popular game all over the world close to becoming a form of sport and enjoying international tournaments every day.

What is poker?

Poker is a logic-based card game, where players compete against each other in accordance with the game rules. Poker is clearly distinguishable from typical casino games. Stamping poker as a game of luck or accident might be justified if not for the fact that the game requires knowledge, skill, and experience, and active negotiating interaction between the players rather than being determined at the moment the cards are dealt.

Players trade while sharing a number of cards on the table (flop, turn, river) and have to make the right choice among a variety of options, whereby the chips are available in a predetermined number and are provided to players before each round. This complex mechanism of rules and factors has enabled the creation of a proper format for poker tournaments.

How to register?

First of all, you need to create a DEDPRZ account. To create an account, go to and click on Register. Fill in all the fields and click on Sign Up. Then, navigate to the poker software by clicking “Poker” in the top menu. From there, access the poker interface and set a username.

Head into the Poker page and click on Download to have the poker program. You may also choose the Play Now option. However, we recommend you download the program to have a more comfortable experience. You have the option to download the macOS or Windows version of the tool.

How to get news and notifications?

While you download the program, we advise you to take a closer look at our website and news. Below, you can see all current promos, and read the tournament rules and lists, all updated online.

Settings, chat, and language choice?

Above, you will see General, Chat, and Language Settings. Use the Chat option to connect to our support team who will be happy to answer your questions and the general settings to customize your poker setup.

Wallet and Deposit

To access your wallet, click on Balance on the upper part of the page. To transfer money from the main wallet to the poker account choose a convenient payment method. choose the payment system, enter the amount you want to load, then click on Deposit.

How to install the poker program

Now you are ready to install the poker program on your PC. Open the newly-downloaded file and click on Run. Follow the instructions and click on finish once the installation is complete. You can now play the DEDPRZ poker. Open the program and enter your username and password you had created during your registration, and then click on Login.

Choosing a nickname

Once inside the program, you are required to choose your Poker nickname. Your poker nickname will be seen at the top right together with your current balance on your account and the points scored.

Poker points and account

Click on Cashier to move to your wallet, located on the website. Now you can participate in our tournaments, in the Sit’ nGOs and Ring Games by choosing the respective section.

Cash games

In the Cash Games section, you can choose tables that have other players sitting around them or open a new table. Not finding a vacant place at a table, you may open a new one and wait for the others to join you. Click on Hide Empty Tables if you want to see only occupied tables.

Cash table

Open the cash table, click on the vacant chair and choose the sum, with which you want to join the table. For that, choose the Buy-In Amount and click on Buy-In. On the upper side of the table, you will see the History button, which shows all of your previous deals.


Open the Tournaments section to view the list of our tournaments. Choose the one you want. Click on it to have more detailed information about the tournament. You will see here the prize pool, the number of entrants, and other details. For further details, click on More Tournament Info.


You can register for smaller tournaments (meant for 2, 6, 9, and 18 players) in the Sit’n’Go section. Enter Options – Display All Options if you want to change the table view, time zone, etc.