If you are not that familiar with Cake Poker's Gold Cards, now might be the right time to familiarize yourself with Cake Poker's well-known gaming promotion. On April 4th, 2009, Cake Poker announce that it would be giving out one hundred prize packages to the 2009 World Series of Poker based exclusively on its Gold Cards poker gaming system.
The prize package is valued at $2,500 -$1,500 for the buy-in cost to event Number 54 and an additional $1,000 for pocket money. Those that are not familiar with the promotion might asked what are Gold Cards and how do a player get them? Basically, Gold Cards are bonuses given randomly to players participating at a real cash ring game.
Any player can receive one at any given time, even if they fold their card hand before the card flop. While the cards are given away at all stakes and playing level, they are given out in relation to the overall rake Cake Poker takes, so the bigger the limits, the more Gold Cards that are up for grabs. As for what you should do once you have receive a Gold Card that is up to you.
Cake Poker permits players to utilize their Gold Card to participate at its daily lottery for money and tournament entries, participate on a leaderboard for $10,000 in cash and receive as many one-of-a kind cards as possible to win its $52,000 jackpot.
The most recent jackpot was won by $Jackpotbaby, a poker player who participates frequently at the $5 -$10 limit game on Cake Poker. The daily lottery will now be giving satellite slots so players can use their Gold Cards into World Series of Poker packages.
04/19/2009 20:11 PM