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Poker News | Online Poker | News Rolls in Changes to Online Poker Rewards System
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If you live in, or have visited, Nevada or New Jersey, and are of legal age to play online poker at the, chances are you've taken a seat in live games and tournaments. The recently announced changes to its Action Club reward system in which both high and low volume players will benefit.

Until the recent change, in order to acquire Bronze Status (which is the lowest level in the tiers of the Action Club), you would need to earn a minimum of 10 APPs per month. The changes brought about a new Copper level and all it takes is a minimum of two APPs per month. Simply put, you will only need to rake a total of one dollar per month since for every dollar paid in rake, you receive two APPs. Do that and you are automatically enrolled in the Action Club every month.

Also new to the tiers in the Action Club are a Copper + and a Bronze + level. Changes have also been adjusted for multipliers in the other existing tiers. Along with that comes the removal of the Silver +, Gold +, and Platinum + tiers. Also new to the system is that you earn more rakeback at all monthly levels.

One benefit that has remained the same is that you earn cash once you achieve Silver level (200 APPs per month). And Super Elite has been added as a new annual level that goes along with Elite and Seven Stars.

Another benefit is that you can receive Total Rewards matching in live casinos, based on your online play.

  • Earn just 5,000 APPs in the calendar year to reach Platinum Total Rewards status
  • Earn 15,000 APPs, and you'll be matched at Diamond Level in Total Rewards

For a better understanding of the changes to the online poker rewards system at, please visit the WSOP Action Club page.

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