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Double Trouble Week at RIO Poker

Double Trouble Week

Run It Once Poker invites its players to participate in the Double Trouble Week promo. July 13 through July 19, the poker room will double your cash rewards earned from the Legends program.

As a rule, players can receive up to 75% rakeback through the Legends every week, but during the above-mentioned period, their prizes will be twice as big as normal size. Besides, RIO Poker will also increase your rewards from Splash the Pot twofold by hosting special Double STP Windows.

How do Double STP Windows work

During the Double STP Windows, 60% rakeback will be splashed on the tables (instead of the usual 30%). The promotion is valid in the following time periods (UTC):

  • 5:00 am – 7:00 am
  • 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
  • 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
  • 11:00 pm – 1:00 am

Up to 134% rakeback for new depositors

Those who make their first deposit at RIO Poker will receive extra cash rewards from a 100% welcome bonus. New depositors can also earn up to 134% rakeback during the promotional week.

First-time depositors who manage to reach the Legend level will receive 134% rakeback by playing during Double SPT Windows and 104% rakeback by playing throughout the remaining hours. Those at the lowest level (Clubs) will receive 100% rakeback during the Double SPT Windows (70% during the remaining hours).

100% cash bonus during Double Trouble Week

Normally, if a user reaches Hearts Level 5, then he/she receives a cash reward of 100 euros for the week. Throughout the Double Trouble Week, all Legend rewards will be automatically doubled, which means that users who reach Hearts Level 5 will get a prize of 200 euros!

How to get rewards

Legends is a weekly program, which runs at RIO Poker from Monday (midnight UTC) to Sunday (11:59 pm UTC). All Double Trouble prizes will be combined into one payment, and players will get their cash rewards within 48 hours upon completion of the promotional week.

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