Change of PartyPoker VIP program!

Last week, a representative of PartyPoker has published a note on the TwoPlusTwo forums to inform players of a change to the level of the loyalty program. Here is the translation of the message:

[Translation free PokerCollectif]: "Hello,

As you have probably already heard, we took the decision to withdraw the Platinum Elite status of our loyalty program and all the bonuses that pay more than 30% rakeback. We believe that these changes will allow us to manage our poker room of more efficiently and this will allow a redistribution more just of the bonus through our network. These changes come into effect from April 2013 at the latest. NOTE: Players who are currently Palladium Elite can purchase bonuses available for their VIP level during the first quarter of the year (from January 1, 2013 to 31 March 2013). The other players will be the first quarter of the year to reach this VIP level and buy their bonuses. If you have any questions regarding the changes that will be made to your account, please feel free to contact the customer.

Thank you!


To become a Palladium on PartyPoker, you raise 9000 points. To achieve Platinum Elite status, you earn 40,000 points. At 10,000 and 20,000 points, players can redeem their points for cash (10,000 points for $ 600 and 20,000 points for a $ 1500) or other bonuses. There are also other bonuses to 40,000 points ($3500), 100,000 ($15,000) and 300,000 points ($50,000).

Thus, from April 1, it will more than the Platinum level remain. The $ 50,000 bonus will be disappeared, but it will still remain the bonus of $ 3500 and $ 15,000. The bonus of $ 15,000 represents a 30% rakeback, which will be as mentioned above, the highest rate of rakeback at PartyPoker fitness.

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