Intertops February Free-For-All: $300 and a bag of (Gold) Chips
02 February 2011
If you play online poker at Intertops Poker, now’s your chance to cash in on some free reload bonus money. Starting on February 4, 2011, Intertops Poker is offering a 100% reload deposit match (up to $300!) for its current online poker players plus 2 free Gold chips. This is a limited offer, ending in just four days, on February 8th.
This unique online poker bonus is paid out in $5 increments, which may seem a bit like a tease, but it actually allows you to stay on top of your bonus and play through requirements in a respectable way. With the addition of the coveted Gold Chips, you can take your game to new tournament and prize levels right away.
Accepts all Players
To participate in this promotion, you’ll need to log into Intertops Poker and go the the Cashier to choose your deposit option. This is a promotional code bonus match, which means you’ll need to enter the code “Q1″ (no quotes, of course) in order to redeem the bonus. Make sure to opt in to this 100% Reload Deposit Match within 24 hours of your deposit, or you won’t be eligible for the goods.
What are Gold Chips and why do you want them? Gold Chips are Intertops online poker currency. They are earned by collecting Frequent Player Points, points that count for every dollar raked in real cash poker games and poker tournaments. FPPs can be used toward prizes, tournament fees, and free cash every single month. You can check out your balance with the Gold Chip Meter located with your account details.
I consider this to be a don’t-miss opportunity for current Intertops online poker players. Mark your calendars for Friday and sign up. Who here can turn down free cash these days?
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