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Online Poker 7 Day No Rathole Tables at ACR This Month

Written by:
Nagesh Rath
Published on:
Nov/08/2018

These $50/$100 tables are getting some of the biggest games on the Internet.

The 7-Day No Rathole Tables Feature:

10 Big Blinds Buy-in

If you leave a winner and want to return to the No Rathole tables, you must come back with the same amount you left with (that amount locked in for 7 days)
        
Tables currently avail$0.10/$0.25, $1/$2, $5/$10, $50/$100

An example of how they work:

Player X buys-in for $1,000 and wins $1,000 and leaves the table with $2,000. Two days later he returns to play again and when he sits down, he will be prompted to buy-in with the $2,000 he left with. This is the only option if he wants to play on the 7-Day No Rathole Tables again.

After a 7-day period from when player X originally won his money, it resets and he’ll be able to sit down again for the set buy-in

More information on the 7 Day No Rathole tables in the website content here

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