Chico Poker Network: New rake race value

Author
Vargoso
Published
7/14/2020
Updated
9/20/2021

Chico Poker Network redesigned its weekly rake race in July 2020, boosting the prize pool to $40,000. Grinders will be able to take part in the leaderboards for at least three more weeks, so we decided to find out what extra value this promotion gives, and who were the players who won in the last week.

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$40,000 Weekly Cash Race: Rakeback

In our review of Chico Poker Network's new $40,000 Weekly Cash Race, we wrote that dividing it by stakes was a fairer solution than having a common leaderboard. But, at the same time, individual ratings now give less money.

What real rakeback did participants get in the last week (July 5 to 11)?

Hold'em

 Prizes 1st place 
Stake
Rake
Rakeback
Rake
Rakeback
NL10$
143
8,70%
383
19,60%
NL25$
172
14,50%
850
34,20%
NL50$
429
11,70%
1,393
49,60%
NL100$
1,371
10,30%
3,109
44,60%
NL200$
1,403
7,50%
3,116
56,80%
NL500$
789
12,70%
2.572
73,50%
NL1,000$
1,086
7,40%
4,141
45,70%

Omaha

 Prizes 1st place 
Stake
Rake
Rakeback
Rake
Rakeback
PLO10$
55
11,40%
274
36,50%
PLO25$
183
6,80%
384
23,70%
PLO50$
225
13,90%
1,017
26,20%
PLO100$
326
15,30%
1,564
44,20%
PLO200$
620
6,06%
2,636
18,70%
PLO500$
527
11,90%
1,980
45%
PLO1,000$
466
6,40%
2,706
18,40%

With smaller prizes relative to buy-ins at each stake, TOP10 players received 6% to 15,3% rakeback and winners from 18,4% to 73,5%. The lowest cashback was at the Omaha high stakes games. This is because of the nuances in the structure of the prizes.

Who won the $40,000 Weekly Cash Race leaderboard?

Thanks to the Statname.net site we have more information about all the race participants. Let's see who won the leaderboards from July 5 to 11:

Hold'em

PlayerLeaderboardHands playedWinratePrizeStats (VPIP, PFR, 3Bet)
Fold LesS
NL10$
12K
-$594
$75
26/19/10,1
NOLA2728
NL25$
29K
-$169
$291
21/18/7,4
merovingien1
NL50$
16K
+$328
$691
28/21/11
hiphoppanda
NL100$
21K
-$707
$1,391
24/18/7,7
lambonali
NL200$
18K
-$571
$1,766
21/16/5,2
Urchin
NL500$
16K
-$240
$1,891
27/20/8,5
bseuegor
NL1,000$
4,7K
-$203
$1,891
28/21/9,7

*Despite the massive popularity of 9-max games on Chico, 90% of the leaderboard winners played 6-max.

Omaha

PlayerLeaderboardHands playedWinratePrizeStats (VPIP, PFR, 3Bet)
1myourhuckleberry
PLO10$
6,1K
-$11
$100
23/15/7,2
ohdorzeedot
PLO25$
5,6K
-$646
$91
29/17/8,5
popexx
PLO50$, 100$
6,1K
-$159
$957
43/9/3,3
SWYThink
PLO200$, 500$
8,8K
-$7,8K
$1,382
31/20/7
gamblegambel
PLO1,000$
3,7K
-$2,5K
$491
43/28/9,4

The data in the tables shows that the players who took down 1st place on the leaderboards lost money at the tables. Almost all players in Hold'em (except for Fold LesS in NL10) can be called rakeback grinders.

On the other hand, Omaha players (except "popexx" and "1myourhuckleberry") constantly lost money, despite success in the race, and the number of hands played is significantly less.

Remember that you must opt-in in the "My Missions" section to participate in the $40,000 Weekly Cash Race.

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