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100 Percent Rakeback To Players Via Paynorake.com Poker

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Nov/12/2008
Poker

Rakeback poker offering can save players $400 to $500 per month

Shaun O'Neill, the Director of Affiliate Marketing for PayNoRake.com, stated in regard to the 100 percent rakeback paid daily to poker players: "We are looking forward to the industry's reaction. We know that players and affiliates will be happy as no other poker site in the industry is offering the rakeback levels and the earning potential that PayNoRake is offering.

"Since so many poker operators in the industry have mixed feelings about rakeback, we expect our competitors to be upset. Our objective is to change the game in a manner that the PokerStars and the Full Tilts of the world won't match and reward our players for playing at PayNoRake.  We expect it will be months before any of our competitors even consider matching what we are offering players and affiliates.  Not many sites are equipped to give up to 100 percent rakeback to players and pay it daily. This can save an average player $400 to $500 per month and a high-roller could easily pocket $30,000 to $40,000 in a year - on top of any winnings."

Rakeback is an incredibly fast-growing part of the market that appeals to the most ardent players. Serious players have done the math and recognize the value. These are the players that are regularly on blogs and affiliate sites looking for the best deals in the poker industry. The major affiliates understand the potential for their players and their business, and see it as a win-win situation.  We offer the highest possible commission and we give players an enormous incentive to switch and to play very regularly. By offering the highest rakeback in the industry, we will beat the industry-average player retention.

PayNoRake.com is part of the well established Action Poker family.  US customers prohibited at this time.

Ace King, Gambling911.com

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