Party Poker: New Rakeback System Increases Traffic
New VIP Rakeback System Increases Traffic at Party Poker
Summer time usually makes players do other things than grind online poker. That is why traffic is usually at its lowest from June to September. This year it does not apply for not for Party Poker. Their brand new rakeback system, which weekly pays players up to 40% cashback, has made so many players switch from the competition and join the ranks of Party.
Where all other online poker rooms are seeing a decrease of traffic, Party Poker is the only poker room with more and more players. Cash game traffic has gone up 15% to the average of 1,150, and peaking at more than 2,000 player. Even Sit & Go tournaments are seeing an increased traffic thanks to the decrease of rake by more than 70% in certain formats.
Party Poker: Traffic of Cash Game in the Last Two Weeks
Great Rakeback, Low Rake and VIP Diamond Club
The trend of online poker rooms is that the rakeback system is as far from transparent as possible and the players are forced into playing at a casino or betting on sports, even though they really just want to play poker.
Party Poker has gone the exact opposite way and presented players with the most straightforward and fair cashback system possible. Every Monday, players are paid real hard cash to their accounts based on how much they paid the previous week. No further play or clearing a bonus is required. It is transparent, simple and fair. In other words, everything poker players need to be happy.
For the most regular players, Party Poker has started a VIP Diamond Club. Joining is only upon invite for the most dedicated grinders, but becoming a member is definitely worth it, as the rakeback is at least 50%, but can go as high as 70% or more. This club is for everyone who was aspiring to become a Supernova or Supernova Elite at PokerStars, but felt unfair that SNE was cancelled altogether, and Supernovas had their rakeback significantly reduced.
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