A day like this in the Atlantic City area—Let’s just say it’s snowing, a lot—is just perfect for some online poker action at BorgataPoker.com from the warmth of wherever you’re keeping warm. But looking at the numbers, it seems pretty much any day is perfect for some online action at BorgataPoker.com. Consider this, online play at BorgataPoker.com went live in late November and we’re already counting down to our 30 Millionth hand.
That’s a lot of hands and in celebration, we’re rewarding our online grinders as we tick off each milestone to 30 million.
First up is the 25th million hand, or the 25 millionth hand …. er, hand number 25 million? Whatever. Anyway, the winner of the hand gets $1,000 and everyone at the table gets $100.
From there we tick off each milestone—26 million, 27 million and so-on—with cash rewards each step of the way. When we get to 29 million, BorgataPoker.com will give rewards as we hit each 100,000th hand on the way to 30 million—29.1 million, 29.2 million and so on.
And for the 30 millionth hand the winner gets $10,000 and everyone else at the table wins $1,000.
This chart makes it clearer.
Here’s how it works:
To qualify for the winning hand all you need to do is be dealt into the hand. All hands dealt into cash games, fastforward, Sit n Go’s and tournaments qualify. Play money hands do not count towards the 30 Millionth hand promotion.
When the milestone hand is dealt, the winner of the qualifying hand will be awarded the $1,000 prize (or $10,000 for the 30 millionth hand). All other players at the table will be awarded $100 (or $1,000 for the 30 millionth hand).
If there are multiple pots, the winner of the main pot will win the winner’s prize.
If there is a split main pot, the winner’s prize + the players at the table prize would be split amongst the qualifying hands.
Example: Two players win the main prize with the same hand. The $1,000 + $100 prizes would be combined and divided among the two players, so each player would win $550.
In the top right corner of the table, you will see a display that shows the hand number.
Thirty million hands and we’re just getting started at BorgataPoker.com.