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RedStar Poker is running €60K Cash Game Races

Cash Game Races at RedStar Poker

From 1st to 30th September, RedStar Poker players can join cash races. Within a single month, the poker room will give away 60 000 euros in Cash Game Races, so don’t miss a chance to win your share!  

Just choose your poker limit and earn points to get into the leaderboard. Those who earn the most points will receive large prize money.

How to join the promotion

  1. Register at RedStar Poker if you don't have an account yet.
  2. Login to the poker client.
  3. Go to the Promotions section and confirm your participation.

There are 3 leaderboards to choose from:

LeaderboardBuy-inDescription
€5 000 NL Hold'em Race – Low €0.05/€0.10 – €0.25/€0.50 (NLHE)Earn 10 bonus points for every €1 raked. Private cash tables and HU cash tables do not count.
€12 500 NL Hold'em Race – HighОт €0.50/€1 – €2/€4 (NLHE)Earn 10 bonus points for every €1 raked. Private cash tables and HU cash tables do not count.
€12 500 Omaha Race€0.05/€0.10 – €2/€4 (PLO and PLO8)Earn 10 bonus points for every €1 raked. Private cash tables and HU cash tables do not count.

Cash races have two stages, with each running over two weeks:

  • Round #1: September 1-15.
  • Round #2: September 16-30.

Basic terms of the promotion

  • The offer is valid from 1st through 30th September.
  • To join the promo, you should confirm your participation via the poker client.
  • Points will be added to the leaderboard once your game sessions are over.
  • Private cash tables, HU cash tables and 6 + Holdem tables do not count. Speed ​​tables, however, are suitable.
  • You can get only one prize per leaderboard.
  • The first player to score a certain number of points during the qualifying period will be ranked higher.
  • Prizes won cannot be exchanged or transferred to other players.

Play cash games at RedStar Poker and earn points on the leaderboards. Become the best at your play limit, and the poker room will reward you lavishly for that!

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