Nevada and New Jersey online poker players can now grab a large reload bonus at WSOP.com. This is a 100% cash match bonus of up to $400 on players’ reloads and can be claimed from April 12 to April 19. The reload bonus is being offered along with the Spring Poker Series of the WSOP.com, a series that is guaranteeing $100k in prize money and encouraging players to play eight tournaments at the rate of one per day.
While reloading their accounts, players have to input SPRINGRELOAD to claim this bonus. The online poker room is challenging players to clear their bonus amounts within 60 days.
The Spring Poker Series will be held in Nevada and New Jersey at the same time, comprising the same tournaments, but at different times. The two states have not yet begun sharing liquidity, but may do so in the near future.
Although the Spring Poker Series and the reload bonus offer will conclude at the WSOP.com on April 19, the poker fun will continue as the New Jersey Turnpike Series will be launched on that day.
This event will comprise a turbo NL Hold’em tournament, which will be held daily from April 19 to April 26, at 6:00 p.m. The Turnpike Series has been designed exclusively for players who are heavily conscious of their bankrolls. The biggest buy-in is just $20 for the last tournament of the series, the Exit 8: Highstown, Freehold, which will be played on April 26. The buy-ins to the other events are either $10 or lesser.
Newly registered players at WSOP.com, in New Jersey as well as Nevada, can claim a welcome bonus of 100% up to $400. This does not mean that players have to deposit $400 to claim the bonus; they can deposit as little as $10 to qualify for the bonus.
Players new to poker love WSOP.com because it is packed with valuable guidelines and tips on playing the game and winning at it. WSOP.com helps players learn more about playing their position, calculating their odds to decide if they should raise, call or fold at that time, and to determine what hands they need to score a victory over their opponents.
Irrespective of whether their game is Seven Card Stud, Texas Hold’em, or Omaha, players can learn the basics of each variant. Most important of all, players will learn when to fold to avoid losing their money.