How does our rakeback stack up? We go in-depth


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How does our rakeback stack up? We go in-depth

Ever wonder how Americas Cardroom rakeback compares to the competition? We know we’re better than the other guys, but you’re a poker player. You’re a numbers and odds guy. You want proof, not just empty words.

So today we’re delivering that proof on a silver poker table as we highlight the difference in rakeback at 6-max No Limit Hold’em between Americas Cardroom and one of our main competitors.

First, we’re going to look at how much rake we take at 6-Max NLHE bb/100 tables.

  • At 25 nl -> ACR takes 9.91 and our competitor takes 9.52
  • At 50 nl -> ACR takes 9.00 and our competitor takes 8.95
  • At 100 nl -> ACR takes 7.64 and our competitor takes 7.91
  • At 200 nl -> ACR takes 5.71 and our competitor takes 5.88
  • At 400 nl -> ACR takes 3.77 and our competitor takes 3.84

You can see that for 25nl and 50nl, our competitor takes less rake, but we take less for the higher stakes.

But not so fast. Remember, we’re talking about rake back here, and once you factor in rakeback, it’s clear who reigns supreme.

  • At 25 nl -> ACR takes 7.23 and our competitor takes 9.52
  • At 50 nl -> ACR takes 6.57 and our competitor takes 8.95
  • At 100 nl -> ACR takes 5.58 and our competitor takes 7.91
  • At 200 nl -> ACR takes 4.17 and our competitor takes 5.88
  • At 400 nl -> ACR takes 2.75 and our competitor takes 3.84

With rakeback factored in, Americas Cardroom earns top marks. So how does this translate into real money? Well, we’re talking the potential to make thousands more at Americas Cardroom vs. the competition based on the same hands and win rates.

But what if you’re already an Americas Cardroom player without a rakeback deal? Or what if you’re ready to sign up but you’re not really interested in rakeback? You can still pocket a lot of extra money with The Beast. It’s essentially a rakeback deal for everyone.

When you sit down to play cash games, you’ll be competing on The Beast’s weekly leaderboard competition. As you play, you’ll earn points toward our leadboard, and if you rank on the leaderboard, you’ll win cash and tournament seats. It’s funded entirely through the rake we collect, so there’s no additional fee.

Prefer to win money based on how much you play Sit & Go tourneys? There’s a version of The Beast just for Sit & Go players. It’s called Sit & Crush and it runs weekly, so check it out.

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