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Titan Poker: Cash Point promotion September

    • Beachralle
      Joined: 22.10.2006 Posts: 632

      This September, Titan Poker is running a massive promotion for all of their NL Hold’em cash game players. The top performers will walk away with a share of over $250,000 in total prize money.

      Simply hit the No Limit cash game tables to generate Cash Point Leaderboard Points - climb the leaderboards to earn your share of the weekly prize pool of $80,000. The more you play, the more it pays!

      Create a Titan Poker Account Now

      How can you win a share of the prizepool?

      • Players must register to "no play" Sit'n'Go called : "Cash Point Participation SNG" located in the Cash Point tab in the software in order to participate in this promotion.
      • The registration will resume on August 26th until the end of the promotion.
      • All players that registered previously in March, April or June are considered as already registered for this promotion and do not need to re-register.
      • Cash Point will run in a cycle that lasts for three weeks:

      How can you win points for the leaderboard?

      • Only hands that are considered 'Qualified Hands' are eligible for this promotion:
      a) The flop was dealt.
      b) There are 3 or more players participating in the hand after the flop was dealt.
      • Players will accumulate points for every hand they participate as follows:
      a) Each player who participated in a hand but lost it, will get 2 points for his participation.
      b) Each player who won the hand will get 1 point for every other player who participated in the hand (excluding him).
      • To take part in the Cash Point promotion, you must play a certain number of qualifying hands according to the stake categories below.

      The points will be counted for consecutive qualified hands as per the daily maximum allowed (consecutive hands meaning from the first qualified hand of the day until reaching the maximum daily allowed as per the stake).

      For example: in the Mid-High, if a player played 80 qualified hands in one day, only his first 60 qualified hands will be counted.

      Which leaderboards exist and how high is the weekly prize pool?

      • Micro Stakes Leaderboard - NL4 to NL10
      • Low Stakes Leaderboard - NL20 to NL100
      • Mid-High Stakes Leaderboard - NL200 and above
      • Weekly prize pool for all leaderboards (click to see)

      Further promotion details

      • The qualified hands will be counted per stake separately.
      • The counting period of each day will be from 00:00 GMT until 23:59 GMT. Each qualified hand will be counted by end date.
      • A player, who will be positioned in the bubble but will have the same number of points as the last player in the leaderboard, will get the same prize
      • Qualified hands from GBP and EUR tables will be regarded as regular tables.
      For example: a qualified hand from a €1/€2 table will be entered into the $1/$2 leaderboard.
      • Prizes will be paid within 48 hours from the end of each week.

      Please note: Terms and conditions from Titan Poker apply for this promotion.

      If you don't have a Titan Poker account yet, get one here!
  • 4 replies
    • mallikarim
      Joined: 02.12.2010 Posts: 104
      Ok scratch that I figured out how to sign up, but still, a question, once we sign up for the NO play SNG. are we basicallly registered for all the other months aswell ? So wait in order to get on the leader boards, you have to have only hands that are 3+ players after the flop ? And when we do get qualifying hands, where do we see how many we have AT that moment.
    • Beachralle
      Joined: 22.10.2006 Posts: 632
      Last cycle start today, good luck!
    • adamall
      Joined: 03.02.2009 Posts: 178
      I just had a look at the leader board and the winner of the Low Leader board has only played 878 hands at the required stake. It also appears as if he has only lost rake as well.

      I know PTR is not the most reliable source of this information but this would be 1 hell of a coincidence.

      Users name is D0ngRaeGu you guys check it out and see what you think.
    • KoJIeHbKa
      Joined: 20.08.2010 Posts: 16,426
      i am DongRaeGu :D don't worry. i create new account.