Online Poker Daily Rake Race The Beast Continued Through November

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Nov/09/2018

The uber popular daily rake race THE BEAST is now running through the month of November due to high demand. 

Players can make over $500 extra per day and win satellite tickets to win $8,350 Packages to compete in the Live Cage in Costa Rica.  For More Details Go Here

Highlights:

*Each daily race runs from 12am ET to 11:59pm ET

*Qualify for one of 4 payment tiers depending on how much you rake ($500, $200, $50, $25)

*Estimated 130 players each day will win a cash prize that play each night at 6:30pm ET

*The Super Satellite feeds into $600+$30 buy-in The Beast and Sit & Crush Cage Live Satellite every Sunday at 6pm ET which guarantees three    $8,340 Cage Live packages

*Earn double points on all Six Plus Hold'em cash games from October 13th to November 9th

As soon as you play your first cash hand, you'll be automatically entered in the Beast Daily Rake Race. You can track your results in The Beast leaderboard page at the top right hand of the poker client. The more people who play, the bigger the prizes, and the more people that get paid!

For More Details Go Here

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