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Earn Total Rewards Tier Credits on WSOP.com

You now earn Total Rewards Tier Credits when playing poker online at WSOP.com. For each WSOP.com Action Player Point (APP), you earn one Total Rewards Tier Credit. You will need to register your Total Rewards account number with WSOP.com in order to get the Tier Credits.

From the announcement:
“Now, your play online at WSOP.com will also earn Total Rewards Tier Credits. These Tier Credits will be combined with your offline Tier Credits to help you reach the highest levels of the Total Rewards program.
For every Action Player Point (APP) you earn playing your favorite cash games and tournaments online, you’ll also earn one Total Rewards Tier Credit. That’s a true one-to-one match that makes your online play twice as valuable as ever.”

For more details, visit WSOP.com’s Total Rewards page.



Higher Total Rewards Tiers through WSOP.com Action

Caesars’ Total Rewards players club now allows you to earn Platinum and Diamond status through WSOP.com play. WSOP.com is Caesars’ online poker platform which allows you to play online poker for real money when you are in Nevada or New Jersey.

Earning 5,000 Action Player Points (APPs) in a calendar year gives you Total Rewards Platinum status. Earning 15,000 APPs in a calendar year gives you Total Rewards Diamond status. Similarly, Total Rewards members with Platinum, Diamond or Seven Stars status can request their tier status be matched on WSOP.com. Continue reading Higher Total Rewards Tiers through WSOP.com Action

M Resort daily $1000 guarantee poker tournaments

UPDATE: In August 2013, the M Resort closed its poker room and replaced it with a slot tournament area.

According to the M Resort’s Facebook page, the M Resort poker room is running daily $1000 guarantee poker tournaments again.  They are daily at 10am and 6pm. The buy in is $60 ($47+ $13 entry fee). That means 78% goes into the prize pool.  It only requires 22 players in order to get a prize pool over $1000, so this is really more of a marketing ploy, but the poker room is nice and that $13 entry fee is lower than that of $60 tournaments on the Strip. For example, Bally’s $60 tournaments charge an $18 entry fee, meaning only $42 of your $60 goes into the prize pool.
There are no details on the M Resort website, but you can call the poker room at 702-797-1777 for more information.