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Play Pacific Poker—Where Every Hand is Worth More

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Ring games or tournaments, whether you take the pot or fold, your hands are worth more at Pacific Poker. That’s because the moment you become a real money player, you also become part of the rewards program. Then as you play at the tables and casino games at Pacific Poker, you start building Status Points and Reward Points. There’s no need to do anything differently; the points accumulate automatically. The higher your status, the more Reward Points you earn—points you can convert to cash or redeem for exciting products and buy-in packages for big ticket poker events at Pacific Poker’s online store.

The Pacific Poker rewards program has six status levels, each offering its own unique benefits. The more Status Points you earn, the closer you are to reaching the next status. First are monthly statuses: the Bronze level for players with 499 points or less, Silver for those with 500-1,499 points, Gold from 1,500 to 4,499, and Platinum status for players with 4,500 and up. You can move to the next status at any time of the month, and you keep the same status from that day on until the end of the next calendar month. For example, if you move up to Silver on April 15, your status remains the same until May 31.

In addition, there are the highest status levels of the rewards program—VIP and VIP Diamond. Once you reach them, you keep that status for the next 12 consecutive months. For example, if you move to VIP Status on May 15, 2010, your status remains the same until May 31, 2011. And as a Pacific Poker VIP, you’ll be offered only first class treatment, which includes your very own personal account manager. You will also be eligible to receive the most indulgent VIP benefits, from exclusive promotions to access to high-class offline events.

Two progress bars help you keep track of your status. Players in the Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum status levels can track the accumulation of Status Points on their Monthly Progress Bar. On the first of each month, the progress bar is reset to zero and accumulation begins again. Those in the VIP and VIP Diamond status levels can track their progress on the Yearly Progress Bar, which is only reset once a year on January 1, when accumulation starts again.

Each time you collect Status Points, you also earn Reward Points. The higher your status, the more Rewards Points you get. For every Status Point, players with Bronze status get 1 Reward Point; Silver gets 2; Gold earns 4; Platinum earns 9. The Reward Points really start to add up when you reach VIP status, when you get 13.5 for each Status Point, and VIP Diamond status holders earn 18 Reward Points for every Status Point. These valuable points are carried over every month.

And with Pacific Poker’s special rewards tournaments, you can climb the stats levels even faster. Depending on your status, you can play in eligible tournaments that move you up a level and offer cash prizes or you can even play in the weekly and monthly status freerolls with guaranteed cash prizes of up to $25,000. You can find all these tournaments in the ‘Tournaments’ tab in the lobby under ‘Rewards.’

Bigger rewards are waiting for you at Pacific Poker. Now all you have to do is play! If you don’t have an account, download Pacific Poker now. In addition to a 100% up to $400 Welcome Bonus, PokerWorks visitors receive an exclusive 25% instant bonus.

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