TERMINAL POKER RAKEBACK
Terminal Poker is a relatively new player in the online poker industry, attempting to break into a sometime saturated, other times besieged industry through a unique game format. Full Tilt Poker’s Rush Poker was quite a hit with the public when it was launched. With Full Tilt poker currently closed, Terminal Poker is what offers the closest experience to Rush Poker.
Terminal Poker works a lot like your usual Rush Poker setup: don’t like your starting hand? Just muck it and you will be dealt into a different hand at a different table right away, no downtimes involved. Rush Poker strategy works like a charm at Terminal Poker too.
The Terminal Poker software is not particularly impressive on the surface: it looks a little cartoony and dated, but under the hood, there’s a capable engine purring, well up to the task of keeping players busy at all times without ever letting boredom creep into the equation.
Being a fresh upstart, Terminal Poker offers a great sign-up bonus. The cherry on the Terminal Poker promotion-cake is the 30% Terminal Poker rakeback of course. Sign-up bonuses are not currently deducted from the Terminal Poker rakeback, but if you make a re-deposit and get a bonus on that, that will be deducted.
Extra-value promotions run at Terminal Poker all the time. The rake calculation method used by the side is the contributed method. You will earn rakeback on your cash game rake, but also on the tournament fees you pay in SNGs and MTTs.