Rakeback Carbon Poker report of the one hundred thousand US poker dollars up for grabs in Merge Poker Race to Riches promotion!
It's that time of the week when we tally up the results of all of our hardcore professional poker grinders. We are now reporting on the thrd installment of July's 100k Race for Riches promotion on the Merge Gaming Network, which includes Carbon Poker, has come to a close. If you thought The Professional Rakeback Team did well last week, think again, because the hard core professional poker players that we provide our rakeback services to blew the doors off this past week! ProfessionalRakeBack players absolutely dominated the Carbon Poker, Aced Poker, and PDC poker leader boards this time around! We decided to dig more deeply into the numbers this week and came up with quite a few interesting tidbits of information. Here are some fun facts below:
Ineluctable, a ProfessionalRakeBack player, took down first place for the fourth consecutive week in a row! For his efforts he pocketed yet another $2,000 for a long week's online poker grind!
Forty percent of the top ten were members and clients of the ProfessionalRakeBack poker team.
Fourteen percent of the top fifty players, aka the top rake producers on the Merge Gaming Network play for Carbon Poker under the banner and watchful eye of ProfessionalRakeBack who acts as their professional advisor, affiliate, and player advocate in case of dispute.
Eighteen percent of the total weekly twenty five thousand dollar cash game prize pool was taken down by VIP rakeback players at ProfessionalRakeBack
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Please Note that the professional onlinepoker player, Ineluctable, currently plays on Carbon Poker's sister skin, PDC Poker (which was the replacement skin for PokerDotCom when it was sold off as an affiliate portal website).