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Hungarian Language Poker Software
Hungarian is a Finno-Ugric language under the broader category of Uralic languages. Most closely related to two westerna Siberian languages, Hungarian also has distant similarities to Finnish. Hungarian in its own language is called Magyar. While Hungarian writings first appeared in the 13th century, it wasn't until 1527 when the first printed Hungarian book was published in Krakow, Poland.
Hungarian has nearly 15 million speakers worldwide. The majority of Hungarian is spoken in Hungary where it is the official national language. The second largest concentration of Hungarian speakers is in Romania. Sections of Serbia, Slovakia and Ukraine designate Hungarian as an official regional language due to large numbers of Hungarians living in these neighboring countries. Other Hungarian-speaking communities exist in Austria, Croatia, Canada, Australia and the United States.
Hungarian Language Online Poker Sites
Most Hungarian poker sites offer Magyar language services for account information, registration and navigating around the poker room. Chatting during games is almost exclusively limited to English to accommodate the largest number of international players at table games. Non-English chatting is usually allowed during Hungarian specific tournaments or freerolls when they are available, since all the players in that event understand Magyar.
To play in Hungarian at Bet365 Poker, click the link for Magyar in the language column on the left side of the home page. Bonus information, promotions, top games and registration information on the page is displayed in Hungarian. Hungarian players may deposit in Hungarian Forints that will be converted to US Dollars at the daily current exchange rate for Bet365 action.
Bwin offers Magyar language settings for poker play. The language selection menu is in the lower left corner of Bwin's welcome page.
Full Tilt Poker welcomes Hungarian language players. At the top right of the Full Tilt home page, select Magyar from the pull down language menu to start your account activity in Hungarian. Hungarian players may chat in Hungarian during the daily 13:05 EST Hungary-specific poker freeroll tournament.
Choose Magyar from the PartyPoker.com home page language menu to see tournaments, games and bonus offers in Hungarian. Change account language settings under the My Account button in the poker lobby. Under Profile, select Edit for the Account Language to view another drop-down menu of language choices. Set Hungarian or Magyar as the account language and click Submit to apply the change.
Everest Poker offers Magyar as a language option for players. Select Magyar from Everest's home page menu in the top right corner to begin poker in Hungarian.
Expekt Poker's European poker room allows players to select Magyar as their account language. Change to Hungarian by choosing Magyar from the left-hand drop down menu on the main Expekt page.
Hungarian players can choose to use Magyar at Pokerstars.com for international poker games. Special Hungarian promotions, freerolls and tournaments are available where Magyar chatting will be allowed for these exclusive country-specific events.
Hungarian Friendly Deposit Options
Major European deposit options are available in Magyar or for Hungarians include E-wallet services (NETeller, Moneybookers, Click and Buy), Credit Cards (Visa, Visa Electron), and Prepaid cards (Ukash vouchers, Paysafecard).
For more information visit our Hungarian Poker Online guide to depositing at real money poker sites.