Reward points in cash games

Reward points earned in cash games are based on the rake paid in each hand and distributed to players using a weighted contributed method.

Only players who contributed to the pot with real money are awarded a share of a raked hand, based on how much money they actually put into the pot.

For example, with the following hand:

  • Player A goes all-in pre-flop with $40.
  • Player B calls $40.
  • Player C folds.

The pot is $80 and the rake is $1, so a total of 100 reward points will be granted for this hand, as below:

  • Player A gets 50 reward points for contributing 50% of the pot (40/80).
  • Player B gets 50 reward points for contributing 50% of the pot (40/80).
  • Player C gets 0 reward points for contributing 0% of the pot (0/80).

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