Jackpots Spins at PokerKing: Up to $1,000,000 across all games
Winning Poker Network (WPN) launched its Spin & Go variant about ten years ago. During this time, Jackpots tournaments have evolved. Our article is devoted to their current features.
Almost all poker rooms have their “Spins" (derived from Spin&Go), each with different twists but pursuing the same objective: massive random prize pools at fast-paced games. The US-friendly Winning Poker Network (WPN) has made its Spins pretty similar to its classic version.
Jackpots are 3-max hyper-turbo SnG in which the prize pool is determined randomly depending on the buy-in multiplier. The biggest pool is $1,000,000 for all buy-ins.
The rake is 6%, regardless of the entry.
- Starting stack: 500 chips (25 BB).
- The blind raise every 3 minutes.
- 22 blind levels. No ante.
In PokerKing and other network skins (Americas Cardroom, Black Chip Poker), the probability of a multiplier falling out in Jackpots depends on the buy-in (the probability is indicated for 5 million tournaments).
If a multiplier of x100 drops out, all players cash-in in a ratio of 75/15/10. That is, the maximum possible payout in Jackpots, regardless of the buy-in, is $750,000.
Also, players can make a deal to change the distribution: 40/30/30.
We also highlight some features of the probabilities as the second main characteristic of PokerKing Spins:
- X2 in Spin & Go in other rooms is 40-65%, while in WPN rooms is about 73.5%.
- X4 is more than 30% and about 17.5% in our case.
- X6 is more than 9% and about 7.8% here.
Spins have their own tab in the lobby, which can be accessed by clicking on the “Jackpots" button in the upper horizontal menu:
You can register in up to 10 simultaneous Spins. The list of tournaments waiting to start is displayed on the right side of the lobby.
Rakeback and traffic
WPN updated its client on July 5, 2023, and Jackpots were re-engineered:
- Omaha tournaments were removed (only No Limit Hold'em games)
- Buy-ins have been reduced from seven to three. The lowest stake has been raised from $2 to $5.
These actions indicate that a large range of limits was not popular, and the traffic in Spins is sufficient only for three levels of bets.
Like any other WPN game, Jackpots are doing great in terms of rakeback:
- Loyalty program, from 12% to 65% (in ACR and BCP, it is possible to get a 27% fixed rakeback).
- Weekly Sit & Crush race with payouts from $50 to $500.
- Our unique VIP deal
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