Ladbrokes Poker – 5K Omaha Rake Race

Rake Race with the same bonus points system used for the Nordic Rake Race.
Dates: 1st of July and ending on 31st of July.

All gameplay on Omaha will be counted towards this and it’s is not territorial. It will be opt-in and only gameplay on Omaha up to and including 2/4 will be eligible for this promotion. And this is not all – each weekend Ladbrokes Poker give players a chance to boost their leaderboard position courtesy of the race points multiplier. See table:

MULTIPLIER PERIODS
Multiplier
7th – 8th July x1.5 your race points
14th – 15th July x2.5 your race points
21st – 22nd July x2.0 your race points
28th – 29th July x3.0 your race points


PAYOUT STRUCTURE
Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 – 20
€ Prize 1000 750 550 400 400 300 300 200 200 150 150 100 100 75 75 50

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Ladbrokes Poker – €20,000 Cash Race

The two middle weeks every month, Ladbrokes Poker host a cash race giving away €20,000 in Cash Prizes.

You now have to “opt-in” to the €20,000 monthly cash rake races. Ladbrokes Poker want to make sure you’re racing against other players who know about it and making the cash prizes accessible for players who want to play. You only need to opt-in the once for this promotion, so for future monthly cash rake races you just need to continue to sit back, relax and play to reach the top.

They’ve split the cash race down to three levels to give all cash players, of all levels a chance to bag themselves some extra dosh. Please note that all Ladbrokes Poker races are exclusive to Ladbrokes Poker customers

The levels are as follows:

  1. Level one – 0.10/ 0.20 + 0.20/ 0.40
  2. Level Two – 0.25/ 0.50 + 0.50/ 1
  3. Level Three – 1/2 and above

How do I earn points?

All poker points earned at Texas Hold’em/ Omaha and Omaha Hi/ Lo Pot Limit, No Limit and Fixed Limit real play cash tables at the levels specified will count towards your position in the Splash the Cash Race. Points will be awarded for your play at €/ $ or £ tables.

€20,000 Cash Race

Level 1 Positions Level 1 Prizes Level 2 Positions Level 2 Prizes Level 3 Positions Level 3 Prizes
1st € 250 1st € 500 1st € 1,500
2nd € 200 2nd € 475 2nd € 1,300
3rd € 190 3rd € 425 3rd € 1,200
4th € 160 4th € 375 4th € 1,000
5th € 150 5th € 350 5th € 900
6th € 130 6th € 325 6th € 800
7th € 120 7th € 300 7th € 700
8th € 100 8th € 275 8th € 600
9th € 90 9th € 250 9th € 475
10th € 80 10th € 225 10th € 400
11th € 70 11th – 20th € 150 11th – 15th € 300
12th € 60 21st – 25th € 100 16th – 20th € 225
13th – 20th € 50 21st – 25th € 200

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Ladbrokes Poker – Bad Beat Jackpot

Bad Beat – Ongoing, 2010 (Non-US Friendly)

How to qualify for the Bad Beat Jackpot:
1, The losing hand must contain Four-of-a Kind, Eights or better.
2, Four or more Players must be dealt into the hand.
3, The hand must be a raked hand and the Jackpot contribution is collected from the hand.
4, The best hand of the winner and the loser must include both the hole cards, and the hand must go to a showdown.

– The Jackpot contribution is only collected once during a hand at Ladbrokes Poker .
– The value of the Jackpot contribution is $0.50, which will be taken from the pot as soon as the hand is raked.
– Jackpot contributions are accumulated until the Jackpot is won.
– The current Bad Beat Jackpot value is displayed in the Lobby and on every Jackpot table.
– The Bad Beat Jackpot applies to specified tables only. Players must be seated at one of these tables and actively participate in the hand to qualify for any payouts.
– Players can qualify for the table share of the Jackpot if they were dealt into the hand but folded before the showdown.
– If the minimum number of Players do not participate in the hand, the hand does not qualify for the progressive and the progressive rake is not taken.
– If there are more than two hands involved in a Bad Beat in a hand, then the two highest hands are considered for the Jackpot. The higher of the two hands is the winning hand and the other hand wins the Bad Beat.
– In the event that two qualifying Jackpot hands occur at the same time, the hand that is completed first is awarded the Bad Beat Jackpot.
– Players must play their hands independently. Players cannot tell opponents what to do or to reveal their hand to other Players. Any contravention of this will result in the hand being disqualified for the Jackpot.

The percentage payout of the Jackpot is as follows (70% is distributed as winnings):
– 50% to the losing hand, the Bad Beat
– 25% to the winner of the hand
– 25% evenly split between the other Players who actively participated in the hand
– 20% is used to seed the next Jackpot
– 10% is used for administration

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