Poker MIRA is one of the few independent online poker sites and has been building a player base since 2010.
The strength of the site is in its software. The software offers a wealth of platform options including Windows, IOS, desktop or mobile. It offers both a full download client and a browser-mode.
One of the nice things about Poker MIRA is that you’re getting a new poker experience, this isn’t just another skin of some other site.
On the negative side the traffic can be a bit underwhelming because Poker MIRA doesn’t piggyback on other huge networks. You also won’t find any high-stakes games on the site, although that may change in the near future with traffic building.
The surprisingly strong Poker MIRA software offers No-Limit Hold’em, Pot-Limit Omaha, Omaha Hi-Lo and Seven-Card Stud.
Poker MIRA also offers some great promotions to get players started in the game. The site is definitely an up-and-comer in the online game.
Poker MIRA has plenty of tournaments, freerolls and Sit & Gos but they are all relatively small-stakes taking place between $1 and $33. Sometimes you’ll have to wait for awhile for a Sit & Go to start up during non-peak hours but when they get going they are usually quite soft.
Poker MIRA offers some fairly impressive software considering it’s an independent site. Not only does it work on a wide variety of platforms (Windows, IOS, mobile, browser) but it's also fairly snappy in our experience.
The lobby itself isn’t winning any visual awards but it provides a simple, fast interface for getting into games.
Be warned there are no play-money games on the site so you’ll just have to jump into real-money play. On the plus side there are some very small-stakes games running so you don’t have to worry too much.
Poker MIRA definitely has some sweet spots as far as bad play is considered. There are some very loose players on the site and when you get in a good game you won’t want to leave. Unfortunately there are also some fairly nitty grinders on the site and you’ll run into some tables where it’s obvious that every single player is playing tight-ABC poker. Just use basic table selection and you’ll be fine.