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Cake Poker Rakeback

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
May/22/2011
Cake Poker Rakeback

Cake Poker rakeback is 33 percent, however, it appears to be policy that rakeback can only be used on one of the Cake skins or the Cake Poker site itself.

Just to clarify, Cake Poker is a network that offers a number of different online card rooms, much like Merge Gaming, Everleaf and iPoker.

Cake, in recent months, appears to be consolidating its efforts on the core brand. 

Cake Poker welcomes US customers and those around the world

 

What is Rakeback?

Rake is the fee taken from each pot, usually 3 to 5 percent.  With rakeback, you would get a percentage of those fees returned (usually 25 to 35 percent).  In that regard the Cake Poker rakeback would be considered rather generous.

Cake Poker tends to promote its other bonus offerings and loyalty programs over any type of rakeback offers.  The online poker room seeks mostly a recreational player base. 

 

Current Cake Poker Promotions

 

110% signup bonus up to $600

Loyalty points - Earn instant cash rewards simply for playing our real money tables without having to redeem points, Gold Chips or anything at all.

Receive $500 new depositor freeroll. 

World Series of Poker online satellites

Weekly guarantees up to $25,000.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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