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PKR Poker Rakeback

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

PKR Poker offers 30 percent rakeback (for life), which is certainly generous and falls between the 25 percent to 35 percent one would expect.   

 

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).

 

What Else Does PKR Poker Offer Besides Rakeback?

 

PKR Poker also offers a 120 percent signup bonus up to $600. 

PKR.com is its own network, which is known for its brilliant 3D graphics. 

Additional offerings at PKR.com include qualification for big money tournament online poker satellites, daily free rolls, 25 cent MTT Sit & Go's, 10 cent giveaways and more.

There are a whole bunch of variations on tournaments such as double and triple chance, re-buy, add-on, heads-up six and ten-seat tables, deep stack regular speed and turbo, and so much more.  You can learn more about PKR.com here.

PKR Poker is not accepting customers from the United States at this time. 

Players in the US can join Cake Poker, which offers a 33 percent rakeback

 

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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