Partypoker launches Table Starter Cashback promotion. Ongoing campaign will reward players who actively start cash games on the site. Partypoker this week launched its Table Starter Cashback promotion, designed to reward players who actively start its online cash games and keep those games running. This is in addition to the normal Partypoker Bonus Code.
To be eligible, players must opt in via the partypoker client and head to ‘Promotions’ found under the ‘Offers’ option by each player’s own avatar.
Once opted in, players can enjoy double Cashback points whenever playing at a six-max table or higher cash game from July 01, 2019, where either two or three people have been dealt cards.
Extra points are credited daily and there is no limit to the amount of extra Cashback points that can be earned from the promotion. Table Starter Cashback is one of several initiatives the site has devised to support the major ecology changes that came into effect on June 17, 2019.
The software update requires all online poker players to select a new alias when logging into the client, while partypoker online poker room also moved to prohibit the use of third-party software when playing on the site, with the exception of partycaption and StackAndTile. In addition, a redesigned poker hand replayed featuring a four-color deck will allow players to analyze previous hands played, replacing downloadable hand histories which were also disabled as part of the release.
Watch partypoker partner and Dusk Till Dawn poker room owner, Rob Yong, discuss the latest promotion here.
Yong said: “For the moment, on ring poker games, we will award players double Cashback points when they’re playing heads-up poker or three-handed. We want to reward these gambling guys more than the people that are just looking to ‘bum-hunt’ or try and go in and out of online poker games.
“This is one of the 50 measures that I talked about in my couple of interviews that I’ve done that we’re looking to implement. At the end of the day, if it doesn’t work, it doesn’t work.” Rob’s interview with partypoker Team Online member Jeff Gross in which he talks about the various measures can be viewed here.