Carbon Poker $10,000 Equalizer Promotion

Carbon Poker $10k Equalizer

$10,000 Equalizer

CarbonPoker has announced a new promotion called “$10,000 Equalizer” for poker players starting April 19th until April 28th. The promotion will reward poker players that put in a lot of volume on Carbon Poker. For online poker players that are used to playing a lot of hands then this is the promotion to join just to participate in.

What is the $10,000 Equalizer Promotion?

Any hand a player pays rake in will receive 1 point towards the $10,000 Equalizer leaderboard between April 19th to April 28th. It doesn’t matter if you’re playing poker in the micro stakes or the high stakes poker tables. This promotion is for all poker players putting in volume at the cash game tables. Which is why the promotion is called the Equalizer.

How does the prize pool work?

A guaranteed prize pool of $10,000 is paid out to the top poker players that put in the most volume through April 19th to April 28th. As long as you played poker in the cash game tables you have a chance to win this promotion.

The Leaderboard pays out $10,000 to 75 players who play a lot of volume through April 19th to 28th. The leaderboard payout structure can be found below. So get out there and hit the tables to get your share of the guaranteed prize pool.

The Equalizer Payout Structure

  • 1st: $2,000
  • 2nd $1,400
  • 3rd $1,000
  • 4th $700
  • 5th $575
  • 6th $475
  • 7th $400
  • 8th $350
  • 9th $300
  • 10th $250
  • 11th $225
  • 12th $200
  • 13th $175
  • 14th $150
  • 15th $125
  • 16th $100
  • 17th $90
  • 18th $80
  • 19th $70
  • 20th $60
  • 21st-30th $50
  • 31st-45th $25
  • 46th-65th $15
  • 66th-75th $10

How do I enter this promotion?

Once you have signed up to Carbon Poker and deposit money into your account. Before you hit the cash game poker tables. Go to your Player Admin and click the ‘Activate Promo’ button and Opt-in to the $10,000 Equalizer Promotion.


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