Full Flush Poker Introduces Multi-Tier Rake Races

Posted on by Roy Smith

Full Flush Poker Introduces Multi-Tier Rake RacesFull Flush Poker is introducing bi-weekly rake races at the beginning of March, with five different tiers to suit the bankroll of every player.

As anybody who has participated in a rake race will know, “the money always goes to money”. Players with the largest bankrolls can multitable the highest value cash tables to collect points much faster than anybody else, and it is only usually these guys who benefit from rake-based promotions.

Well, all of that is going to change in March, when Full Flush Poker introduces its five-tier “Bi-weekly POP race” – a promotion that allows players of all bankrolls to pick up a prize – and there is even a special tier for players who prefer to avoid the cash action and play in tournaments.

First Rake Race Starts on Sunday

The first of the bi-weekly POP races gets underway this coming Sunday – March 1st. Players competing in cash games or who pay a fee to enter a Sit n Go or multi table tournament will be awarded POP Points as usual and, at the end of the two week race, $5,000 will be distributed among the top five players in each tier who have collected the most POP Points.

TIERTABLE LIMITSPRIZES (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th)
PLATINUM$1.50/$3, $2/$4, $5/$10, $10/$20$600, $400, $300, $200, $150
GOLD$0.50/$1, $1/$2$500, $300, $250, $150, $100
SILVER$0.10/$0.25, $0.25/$0.50$450, $250, $200, $150, $100
BRONZE$0.01/$0.02, $0.02/$0.04, $0.05/$0.10$150, $100, $75, $50, $25
TOURNAMENTALL Tournaments & SNG’s$150, $125, $100, $75, $50

Throughout the two weeks of the competition, five different leaderboards will be updated daily. Players can also check on how many POP Points they have accumulated in the Full Flush Poker client (check “Other Balances”). There is no limit on how many tiers a player can participate in, so if you could aim for prizes in both the Platinum and Gold tiers at the same time, or even have a couple of cash tables running while you are crushing the Tournament Tier.

POPs Make Prizes!

If you are unfamiliar with how POP Points work, 10 POPs are awarded for each dollar a player personally contributes to the rake deducted from a cash game pot or pays as a fee to enter a Sit n Go or multitable tournament. POP Points can be exchanged for cash prizes or used to enter online poker tournaments at Full Flush Poker.

They are also the gauge used for new and existing players to clear bonuses at Full Flush Poker – with a $1.00 released into a player´s account every time he or she collects 20 POP Points. The POP Points earned clearing the bonus – or competing in the Full Flush Poker POP race – stay with the player after the bonus is cleared or race is finished to add extra value to the player´s poker experience.

Act Quickly for a February Bonus

As it is heading towards the end of the month, and we do not yet know what Full Flush Poker has up its sleeve for March, we recommend taking advantage of the Full Flush Poker bonus (for new players) or the Full Flush Poker reload bonus (for existing players) no later than Saturday 28th February.

The current first deposit bonus is a 150% match on first deposits of up to $1,000 (deposit $1,000 and qualify for a $1,500 bonus) and the current reload bonus is a 100% on deposits up to $1,000. There are cashback opportunities depending on how much you deposit into your Full Flush Poker account and, if you reload your account before 13:55pm tomorrow, you will also get a seat in Full Flush Poker´s $1,000 Depositor´s Freeroll.

While you are clearing your bonus you will also be earning POP Points towards Full Flush Poker´s “Bi-weekly POP race”. Just remember to register your account and fund it today or tomorrow to take advantage of the February Full Flush Poker bonus!

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