PPHPoker.com is a neatly packed PPH services bundle, that is also a full replica of 7PPH.com and PayPerHead5.com. (See our review for 7PPH.com). At only $5 per head, PPHPoker is one big & noticeable level on top of most low-cost pay per head sites out there.

Similarly to its twin site 7PPH.com, PPHPoker packages a very decent assortment of products for action fans, that span from the traditional grouping of casino games and sports odds, to a fairly complete racebook and even some very interesting online poker game options, including virtual poker tables that allow players to invite other friends for a good couple of hours of healthy poker fun.

While not particularly “exceptional” in terms of player management tools or other b-side service dishes, the PPHPoker formula, though many times copied by its many sibling sites, has proven successful and efficacious.

Being a middling-to-good sort of pay per head service provider, PPHPoker is worth a check-out. Be warned: You might end up with the feeling that “You’ve seen it all before.”

We’ve awarded PPHPoker.com 69 points.

/100

Total Score
Price /15 Points
Promos /10 Points
Agent Admin /15 Points
Sportsbook /15 Points
Casino /10 Points
Horses /5 Points
Call Center /10 Points
Payment Methods /5 Points
Mobile Friendliness /15 Points

PPH REVIEW DETAILS

Price 13/15 Points

Upon a quick and easy conversation with one of PPHPokers’s chat agents, we discovered that the $5 per-head price was universal, regardless of the size and number of players in the agent’s package. Nonetheless, the CS agent I talked to -who goes by the chat moniker of Tony- informed me that clients are always welcome to bring in their proposals for a special per-head price. It’s always nice to know that you have the option to change the price rate a little bit.

Also, agents have one free-week (no deposit) trial at their disposal to check everything out, and they can make their first settlement payment as late as week #3.

Promos 2/10 Points

PPHPoker’s main bonus feature is its One-Week trial period. Though not the longest by any degree when compared with the majority of sites from the competition, it’s always better to HAVE some trial to help you get a better feel of things, as opposed to not having the chance at all, which has become a more common occurrence in pay-per-head sites in recent years.

You will also find three browser-ready management demo platforms, from which you can test the PPHPoker experience from the perspective of the agent, the player and their electronic ‘point of sale’ terminal or EPOS, as they’re better known.

Agent Admin 13/15 Points

Weekly and daily reports are all readily available at PPHPoker’s player management platform, as well as all those expected features that allow you to set your player’s limits, their available sports options and so on. There’s also a mention of instant message updates for important changes in board exposure, on big bets coming and all those juicy little things you need in order to keep good control of your players’ wins and losses.

“White Labeling” is also something that they paid special attention to. PPHPoker appears to enable agents to more closely manage the brand and online presentation of their player’s betting platforms.

Sportsbook 9/15 Points

The sportsbook menu was perhaps PPHPokers’ weakest point, and that is not to decrease the value of their whole pay-per-head services bundle, as it is generally fairly complete and varied, nevertheless, the sports options looked a bit bleak compared to the more expansive sports betting boards being offered by some other per-head sites on the market.

Casino 5/10 Points

In terms of their casino game collection, PPHPoker falls slightly flat. Though they DO offer virtual poker tables, as their site’s name indicates, we couldn’t find any detailed information about the variety of their virtual casino game collection; there’s only a mention of live casino dealers for the traditional selection of blackjack, roulette and baccarat, and maybe a lottery game?

Horses 3/5 Points

Finding a racebook with more than your typical share of racetracks is not easy as you may think, and most PPH service providers out there offer only but a limited selection of classic venues, such as Churchill Downs, Santa Anita, Belmont and so on. PPHPoker is a pleasant exception to that rule, with 70+ North American tracks available in their listing

Call Center 9/10 Points

The first thing we look for when we research a PPH site is their contact platform. We soon want to know how fast and efficient their support team is, and how accessible they are as well. When it came to assessing PPHPoker’s customer support, the results were more than satisfying: We clicked on the live chat invitation on the lower-right side of the screen and one of their agents responded to our first query in a matter of seconds. Very impressive indeed.

There’s also a phone line (877 819-4141), or you can drop your questions on the message box found within the Contact Us section.

Payment Methods 4/5 Points

After spending so many hours researching pay per head service providers for our reviews, we’ve come to appreciate when the available payment options are made clearly visible to the potential agents. They are Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Paypal, as well as some other direct money transfer alternatives.

Mobile Friendliness 11/15 Points

Just like with everything else about PPHPoker.com, the agent and player applications running on mobile settings are perfectly practical and efficient. Players can easily post their online bets through the mobile betting app, just the same as the agents can adjust, change or block betting features with a quick sweep of their finger on their smartphone’s screens.