Poker Heaven is getting close to dealing their 2,500,000,000th hand and is celebrating by giving out generous prizes throughout the 2.5 Billionth Hand Bonanza.
A prize pool of €250,000 is now being shared between players from the 2,470,000,000th till the 2,500,000,000th hand. When predetermined milestone hands are hit (see prize table on Poker Heaven website), every poker player at the poker table will win.
Most prizes will vary according to table stakes. The winner at Micro tables (€0.02-€0.30) at (for example) the 2.47 billionth hand would receive €500 while his opponents would share another €500. However, if the 2.47 billionth hand is at a high stakes table (over €5.00), the winner will receive €2,000 while the opponents share another €2,000.
The prizes for the 2.5 billionth hand, however, are set for €25,000 to the winner and another €25,000 shared between opponents. This is the same, regardless whether the 2.5 billionth hand is hit at a high table, a medium table, a low table, or even a micro table where players are wagering just €0.02 per hand.
Moreover, all real money players at Poker Heaven during the final 100 hands leading up to the 2.5 billionth will be entered into a €4,000 freeroll tournament to be held at a future time.
Poker Heaven was the 2009 Jackpot Finder Awards winner of the Best Poker Promotions. While surpassed this year by Doyles Room, Poker Heaven, powered by Boss Media, is still a wonderful online poker site for playing in an excellent variety of internet poker games.
Poker Heaven has a smaller community which could raise a player’s odds at winning, particularly in larger tournaments and promotions. Furthermore, Poker Heaven gives online poker more opportunities to wager on television as well as qualify and play at land-based poker events. The poker room also has a strong VIP program, while new poker games and poker tournaments are starting continuously at Poker Heaven.
New players receive a 200% first-deposit bonus up to €1,000 when they join Poker Heaven using bonus code HEAVEN. A share of €250,000 will remain up for grabs until the 2.5 billionth hand is dealt.