Players can redeem their Reward Points daily. $10 minimum requirement to cash out.
100% up to $400 Welcome Bonus
- 25% up to $100 is deposited to your account instantly
- 75% is cleared by accumulating Bonus Points (BP) - 10 BP per $1 bonus
Pacific Poker Loyalty Program all new players start at the Bronze Status and can climb all the way up to the highest VIP Diamond status.
Once players reach the required number of Status Points in a month or a year for a particular status, they begin to receive the benefits that status offers including: Higher status point value, exclusive promotions and tournaments per status, gifts in the online store.
The status lasts until the end of the following calendar month or until players qualify for a higher status.
The rewards and benefits offered to each status are explained below. The amount of Status Points players accumulate through money play determines their status in the rewards program, but cannot be converted to cash.
|Status: || Monthly Status Pts Required ||Reward Points |
1 Status Point
Pacific Poker was created with the online poker player in mind. Players can compete against friends or fellow members in one of the many poker rooms. Games include all of the favorites such as Texas Hold 'em, Omaha Hi, Omaha Hi/Lo, Seven Card Stud, Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo and BlackJack as a side game.
Pacific Poker is one of the “granddaddies” of the online poker industry and the Pacific Poker is one of our most basic deals. PP is one of the longest running poker rooms out there, and for a while there, it did seem like it was pretty close to kicking the bucket. Their software had grown to be a huge liability, but even back then, they had some loose competition at their tables courtesy of the online casino run by the mother-company. Nowadays though, somebody at 888 decided they are no longer going to put up with every online reviewer using their poker room as a doormat, and they commenced some major changes at the site.
The software has been overhauled and a brand new RNG implemented. There are 3D avatars now and deck types as well as card-designs and the table felt are customizable now. Multi-tabling is available at four tables, and so are mini table views. The statistics featured are the usual ones: flops-seen percentages, average pot sizes etc. A replay of the last hand played is also available. Hand histories are somewhat difficult to produce, but they are available too.
Eager to catch up with the industry front-runners, Pacific Poker has significantly improved their promotions system. They now feature some of the biggest weekly guaranteed prize-pools in online poker, and their Bad Beat and Royal Jackpots are very interesting additions too. In order to take down the Bad Beat jackpot you need to lose a hand on something better than four 8s. The Royal jackpot goes to the person who makes a spade Royal Flush.
Pacific Poker’s tournaments have something for every player: buy-ins range from $1 to several hundreds of dollars, and daily guarantees are in the $20k range. Weekly guaranteed tournaments carry about $80k in value. MTTs and STTs run all the time, and even though Pacific is not yet recognized as a tournament destination, it may well become one in the future.
Satellites and qualifiers to big live events run as well. The Aussie Millions, different WPT events and the Irish Open are reachable through Pacific’s online qualifiers. Don't forget about the 25% Pacific Poker rakeback either.
No U.S players are accepted at Pacific Poker. They get about 7,800 players in their tourneys at peak hours and about 2,000 at their cash tables, numbers which were probably much higher prior to the UIGEA.