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Daily $30,000 tournaments reward players that experience bad beats, coolers or suckouts

 GGPoker today unveils the poker room’s newest signature promotion: GGCare.

The daily promotion rewards players that suffer bad beats, coolers, or suckouts* at cash game tables. These players are automatically registered into a daily $30,000 GGCare Flipout tournament. The Flipout tournaments run the following day and pay out cash.

The amount of chips players receive for the Flipout tournament depends on how unlucky they are, as determined by a proprietary big-data algorithm.

“We’ve all experienced the pain of bad beats. It’s part of the game,” said Daniel Negreanu, GGPoker ambassador. “But GGPoker has your back. With GGCare, you can suffer the worst bad beat, and still come out ahead – thanks GG!”

GGPoker’s objective is to become the first poker room to properly compensate players for bad luck; there have been other attempts to do this, but none have been entirely successful.

The exact conditions that trigger eligible bad beats, coolers or suckouts vary by game and the GGCare system will be continuously optimized; new trigger points will be added to expand eligibility and reward even more players that find themselves in unlucky situations.

New GGPoker players are eligible to claim the poker room’s Welcome Bonus, earn even more rewards with the Honeymoon for Newcomers promotion and automatically join GGPoker’s Fish Buffet loyalty program, with regular cash prizes on offer.

For more details on GGCare, please visit: https://en.ggpoker.com/promotions/ggcare/


* Definition of Suckout
What is a “suckout” in the game of poker? What is the definition of the term “suckout” in poker?
In poker, a “suckout” is a slang term for when somebody comes from far behind to win a hand.

Definition source: poker-king.com

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