Black Chip Poker
35% Rakeback at Black Chip Poker
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Black Chip Poker Summary
Black Chip Poker launched on the Merge Gaming Network in 2008. Black Chip Poker moved to the Winning Poker Network on December 3, 2012. Black Chip Poker accepts players from all countries, including the US. Black Chip Poker does not accept new players from Maryland, Washington State or Washington D.C.
Players that sign up for Black Chip Poker will receive a first deposit bonus of 100% up to $1000. Players that sign up for Black Chip Poker through Meteoric Poker will also receive 27% rakeback.
Black Chip Poker Rakeback
Black Chip Poker rakeback is available to all players that sign up through us. Black Chip Poker deducts bonuses and cash promotions not associated with TheBeast or the Bad Beat Jackpot from MGR. Black Chip Poker uses the weighted contributed method to determine rakeback. Players receive rakeback payments weekly. Payments are made directly to player’s accounts every Wednesday for the previous Monday through Sunday. Rakeback players do not earn player points.
Black Chip Poker Sign-Up Bonus
New players are also eligible for a 100% up to $1000 sign-up bonus. Clearing the bonus will require players earn 55 Rank Points per $1 of bonus money. Rank Points are earned at a rate of 5.5 per $1 in contributed rake or tournament fees paid. Players earn 7% in rakeback equivalent from the bonus, so a rakeback player earns 34% rakeback while clearing the first deposit bonus.
Black Chip Poker Promotions
Black Chip Poker offers two unique promotions that can only be found on the Winning Poker Network. The first promotion is TheBeast. This promotion pays the biggest point winners in both cash games and tournaments during the month. The other big promotion is the Bad Beat Jackpot. Players that lose four of a kind 8’s or better will release the Bad Beat Jackpot as long as both players use both hole cards. Both of these promotions drop an additional promotional rake to seed these jackpots. TheBeast Tables consist of select Texas Hold'em and Omaha tables. Only Texas Hold'em tables qualify for the Bad Beat Jackpot.