Originally Posted by koadyawn
Interested in depositing $600 there and double up...
Also how long would it take in general to withdraw?
There is no set answer. It depends on what level you play, how many tables you play at once, and how long you play.
The rule is, each Full Tilt Point is worth $.06 towards your bonus.
You get 7 points for every $1 you pay in tournament entry fees. So in other words, if you tournaments that's $.42 for every $1 you pay toward a tournament.
If you play $10 +$1 tournaments, you'll need to play 1,429 of them. That's a total of $15,719 worth of tournament entry fees. But if you can average a 5% ROI, you'll also have $786 in your pocket to go with that $600 bonus.
(This is with the 10% rake at the $10 level. The $1 games have a $.25 rake, which is a bend-you-over rate)
As for ring games, you get 1 point for every $1 in rake at the ring games. At $.05 per $1 in the pot, that's 1 point for every $20 pot. A lot of $.10/$.25 and $.25/$/50 games average $5 per pot, which would be four hands per point. So to get those 10,000 points you'll need to play about 40,000 hands. (Folding every hand at the $.10/$.25 tables, with an average of 8.5 people at the table, means you'll post $1,647 in blinds during that time. At $.25/$.50 it'd be $3,529).
Figure 65 hands per hour would be 615 hours. Divide that by 4 if you play 4 tables at once and that's 154 hours of play.
There a bazillion other ways to get there, but unless you go way way outside your bankroll, it's going to take a long time.