Waste No Time Jumping Into Rush & Cash Games at GGPoker
We live in an age where we barely need to wait for anything, with fast travel, fast food, fast-forwarding through adverts on TV and so on. Meanwhile, the internet affords us the same facility, with instant access to anything from information to gratification. It should come as no surprise, then, that the likes of GGPoker pander to our every such desire, providing non-stop fun and action without our suffering the inconvenience of having to wait around for it: introducing GGPoker’s Rush & Cash games...
Traditional cash games see us sitting twiddling our thumbs as we wait - after folding yet another trash hand - for a new hand to be dealt, far more often than not finding ourselves having to repeat the process. The Rush & Cash format does away with that hanging around by tweaking the playing conditions.
Rush & Cash: How It Works
The concept is simple, and takes full advantage of technology: At a Rush & Cash table (available in both Texas No Limit Hold’em and Omaha formats), when you wish to fold a hand, you simply hit the Rush button and you’ll immediately be sent (‘rushed’) to a new table, with a new hand already dealt, against a new set of opponents. You don’t even have to wait your turn to be transported to fresh fields – assuming you’re facing a bet, you can fold out of turn (your opponents, meanwhile, will see you have folded only at the appropriate time). Just hit Rush and you’re straight into another hand. Players are seated at random, and the Button is shared around equally over time. And that’s it! No waiting, instant action and more hands per hour, thus enabling you to earn even more points via GGPoker’s Fish Buffet reward system.
And there’s more...
There’s more to Rush & Cash games than speed and action. At the beginning of randomly selected hands, extra chips will literally be dropped on to the table! (Note that 0.5bb is taken from pots of 30bb or more to build up the Cash Drop pool).
These Cash Drops can range from 10bb to an eye-watering 600bb, with the lower amounts going into the pot itself, while higher amounts are divided up and then added to each player’s stack! It really is the gift that keeps on giving...
Be the shark - hit the tables at GGPoker and immerse yourself in a great poker experience!