San Jose, Costa Rica (PRWEB) October 17, 2008
This week, PocketFives.com announced that it will offer rakeback to its members as well as anyone who is interested in receiving money back each month from a major online poker room. PocketFives.com, a reliable name in the online poker world, has forged relationships with five different online poker rooms to give its customers the highest rakeback percentages allowed. More sites will be added in the future.
Current rakeback opportunities include up to 37% on Betfair, 33% on Cake Poker, 30% on Carbon Poker, 27% on Full Tilt Poker, and tiered or flat rakeback options on Devilfish Poker. A $20,000 monthly rake race is available on Full Tilt Poker and $15,000 is up for grabs every month on Cake Poker. In addition, qualified customers can take advantage of a $20,000 monthly freeroll on Full Tilt Poker and a $5,000 monthly freeroll on Cake Poker. Visit our poker rakeback section for more information as well as a full list of frequently asked questions. Sign up for rakeback at PocketFives.com.
In addition, five PocketFives.com members took home first place prizes in Sunday major tournaments. They were led by "govshark2," who won the PokerStars Sunday Million weekly flagship tournament for $184,500. PocketFiver "Dajinerat" was the other big winner on Sunday with an outright victory in the Full Tilt $750K Guaranteed for $133K. David "Bakes" Baker took down the PokerStars "Sunday 500" tournament over the weekend for $91,500 and Steve "thorladen" Weinstein received $51,000 for first place in the PokerStars $200 Sunday rebuy. The Stars Sunday Second Chance was won by "ozenc," who was awarded $55,000 for his efforts. Other big winners over the weekend included "SEABEAST" of Australia, who placed second in the UltimateBet $200K Guaranteed for $27,000. Anthony "holdplz" Spinella won $66,000 for second place in the Sunday 500, just ahead of fellow member "JarredG," who placed third for $50,000.
Mario "TheRealPokerccini" Puccini ascended 12 spots in the PocketFives.com Online Poker Rankings this week on the strength of multiple final table appearances in high-stakes tournaments during the month of October. Daniel "djk123" Kelly and Joe "ender555" Ebanks both moved up one spot to #2 and #6, respectively. Alex "AJKHoosier1" Kamberis continues to hold a dominating lead in PLB points and Pro Poll results which will make it difficult for any player to overtake the #1 worldwide ranking in the next few weeks. Sunday Million winner "govshark2" entered the Rankings at #62 this week, followed by Joe "hoodini10" Udine's 25-spot rankings jump to #69 worldwide. The 2007 UltimateBet Aruba Poker Classic champion Travis "TravestyFund" Rice re-entered this week at #92.