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  • Improved VIP System to be Launched Next year at 888 Poker

    Monday, December 21st, 2009 by t2admin

The New Year is an exciting time in the poker world as online poker rooms are changing their sites, making additions and improvements to better the player experience. One site that is making changes for the New Year is 888 Poker.

888 Poker is creating an improved VIP System that will see their players gaining VIP status more quickly in the coming months. Players have from January 1st to the 31st of March to apply to become a VIP player more quickly. Applying during this time frame will allow players to earn VIP status for only 25,000 Status points.

Players will also be able to take advantage of many benefits by becoming a VIP member. Players will earn more cash back as well as access to special tournaments. Players will have four months to earn the 25,000 points needed to become a VIP member. For example if a player signs up on February 2nd then they have until June 2nd to earn the points needed to become a VIP.

Players who gain VIP access will be able to earn a 9% rakeback for the time spend reaching the VIP level as well as being able to qualify for 27% cash back. 888 Poker is also giving players an added incentive. Those who are able to gain 60,000 Status Points will receive VIP status for the next year. So those lucky players will have VIP access from January 1st to December 31st of 2011. Players who do not reach the 60,000 point mark will have their VIP status determined by the total number of points earned during 2010.

This is a great way for players to get the added benefits provided by 888 Poker for yet another year. If you play poker a great deal it should not take too long to earn VIP Status and then you could be well on your way to earning VIP Status for 2011 as well.




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