Rake Cut, Bonuses Skyrocket on Titan Poker
With competition for new players soaring, Titan Poker and the iPoker Network have cut rake fees on their most popular tables and increased bonuses up to $2,000.
For new players, sign-up bonuses are now up to $2,000 at 200% match on Titan Poker – doubling what they were a month ago and more than 3.5 times the standard bonus.
Bonus increases can be found across all iPoker sites including Titan Poker, William Hill Poker (£1,250 at 200%), Winner Poker ($2,000 at 250%) and Poker770 ($2,000 at 200%).
Sign up via PokerListings link above and you’ll also be eligible for exclusive $2,000 monthly freerolls on Titan, $2,500 monthly freerolls on William Hill and $1,000 monthly freerolls on Poker770.
On top of the new bonuses, Titan Poker and the iPoker network have also introduced a new "Rake Break” promotion offering cash-game tables with no or reduced rake at Titan, Winner Poker and Chili Poker.
The promotion will run for an indefinite amount of time with specific, marked short-handed and heads-up tables offering reduced rake.
- No-Limit Hold’em games up to $0.05/$0.10 will cut rake by 50%.
- All Fixed-Limit Hold’em games will cut rake by 50%.
- No-Limit Hold’em games with blinds $25/$50 and higher will cut rake entirely (save a 10 cent flat fee for all hands that see a flop).
- Rake Break promo is also only available on $USD tables which can be found under a special tab in the lobby.
iPoker’s Rake Break follows PartyPoker’s recent announcement it has eliminated rake fees for all tournaments.
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