How to use the Winamax poker software

Before you start playing on our tables, in cash games, tournaments, Sit&Go or Expresso, take the time to familiarise yourself with our poker software. Don't worry: it has been designed to be as user friendly as possible. In theory, you could do without this manual... but it doesn't hurt to have it at your fingertips. So, welcome to your guided tour.

First of all, enter your email address and password of your account to log in and play poker. (Lost your password? You can request a reset via this page. You will then receive an email allowing you to choose a new one).


Winamax login screen


Once logged in, you will be directed to the main screen of the Winamax application, the very practical (and very beautiful) Homepage:


Winamax main lobby

From here, you will be able to access all the Winamax poker games in a minimal amount of clicks, as well as all the options and features of our software.

  • Visite guidée WinamaxAccess all the poker formats available on Winamax:

  • Visite guidée WinamaxSwitch between "Play Money" mode (practice games with no money involved) and "Real Money" mode (play with real money).
  • Visite guidée WinamaxCheck the funds available on your account.
  • Visite guidée WinamaxDeposit on your account, or making a withdrawal to your bank account.
  • Visite guidée WinamaxCheck your Miles balance (loyalty points), to be spent in our VIP Boutique by clicking on "My gifts”
  • Visite guidée WinamaxCheck your available tournament tickets.
  • Visite guidée WinamaxSee your VIP status progress, marked by the progress bar. Click on "My VIP Status" for more details.

  • Visite guidée WinamaxSee your current bonuses. Click on "My Bonuses" for more details.
  • Visite guidée WinamaxQuick access to: your friends list, your current games, notifications, the search function, and the options menu.
  • Visite guidée WinamaxThe general chat window. We count on you to remain cordial and jovial with the community, please!

Note: the mobile versions of the Winamax poker software (iOS and Android) have been designed to offer a game experience as close as possible to the desktop versions (Mac, Windows, Linux). However, there may be slight differences between the two versions, both visually and ergonomically.