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Last Day to get Rakeback on Lock Poker

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
May/31/2011

This is your final day (May 31, 2011) to get rakeback on LockPoker.com.  The popular online poker site will cease from offering its 35 percent rakeback effective the stroke of midnight June 1. 

Rake is the fee taken by the poker room from each pot, usually between 3 to 5 percent. 

Lock Poker will continue to offer a welcome bonus up to $750 (contingent on how much you open your account with).

$500,000 in cash prizes plus a seat at the World Series of Poker. 

Bad Beat Jackpot

Hit a royal flush in a real money cash game and you’ll be eligible for 100x the big blinds, up to $1,000.

Sit and Go tournaments with sweet prize pools. 

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

 

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