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Win up to $5,000 in cash every day
From June 1-10, you can win up to $5,000 in cash each day just by completing a daily
From June 1-10, you can win up to $5,000 in cash each day just by completing a daily poker puzzle!
Each day we’ll present you with a new puzzle Pyramid puzzle in your Challenge Window. Each puzzle will have 23 pieces, each one representing a pyramid block.
How to complete your Pyramid puzzle
To complete the daily puzzle and win a guaranteed cash prize just play real money Hold’em cash or Zoom games at minimum stakes of $0.05/$0.10 and win your hand post flop with a pair of kings or above.
Each time you win a hand where the strength of your hand matches or is higher than the represented combination in your Pyramid row, you will collect one puzzle piece for that row and one piece for each row below that. By winning your hand with a higher hand strength you will collect more pieces.
For example: You hit a flush post-flop, and win the hand. You will collect the ‘flush and Higher’ block piece (Pyramid top piece) and one block piece from each of the rows below that piece in the Pyramid (one ‘Straight and higher’ block piece, one ‘Three of a Kind and higher’ block piece, one ‘Two Pairs and higher’ block piece, one ‘Pair of Kings and higher’ block piece). The Pyramid completion will look as presented on the image below, where one block piece of each row was collected.
As soon as you have completed your full puzzle you will be credited with an instant cash reward. Rewards are allocated randomly - ranging from $1-$5,000 in cash.
Please Note: Heads-Up and Fixed Limit games are excluded.
Remember: cash rewards will be yours to keep, with no restrictions, and no earning requirements; so play every day for your chance to win up to $5,000.
Pyramid puzzle - what you can win
Cash prizes are rewarded randomly and the chances of getting each cash prize are as follows:
1st June 2016, 5:20 PM
Got a $2 prize on the first day. Was headed for a loss, but this hand saved me: