2021 World Series of Poker

GGPoker Rush & Cash Monthly Leaderboards are BACK!

Win your share of $100,000 on GGPoker's Weekly Rush & Cash leaderboards, now with added Cash Drops!

A popular GGPoker promotion is back for another month with the return of the $100,000 Rush & Cash Weekly Races.

Rush & Cash is GGPoker's quick-fold poker variant that allows players to 'Rush' to a new hand as soon as they've folded. In fact, like most other fast-fold games you can rush to a new table at any time - even if it's not your turn to act!

Players will be seated randomly, with all players seated on the button an equal amount of times over time. What's more, to spice up the action all-in insurance is available if you're worried about being outdrawn.

Never Tried Rush & Cash Before?

$100,000 Rush & Cash Weekly Races Explained

The Weekly Races run from Monday (00:00 UTC) through Sunday (23:59 UTC) and will see players accumulate points to move up the Leaderboard and receive a share of the overall leaderboard prizepool.

Points are generated by the volume of raked hands you play, not the rake you generate. Also, there will be no ties in the leaderboards. If a tiebreaker is needed, then it will go to the person who achieves the points the first.

Your points are generated not by the amount of rake that you generate, but by the number of raked hands you play. And if you want to fit in the promotion around your Sunday grind, remember that your points on Sunday are doubled!

Prizes will be awarded on the first business day of the week following the end of the previous leaderboard according to the table below:

Weekly Races Cash Prize Breakdowns

Rank$1 / $2Rank$0.25 / $0.50Rank$0.05 / $0.10Rank$0.01 / $0.02
16 16$60016$10016 ~ 17$18
  17$55017 ~ 18$9018 ~ 20$16
  18$50019 ~ 21$8021 ~ 25$14
  19$45022 ~ 25$7026 ~ 50$12
  20$40026 ~ 30$6051 ~ 100$10
    31 ~ 40$50  

What is a Cash Drop?

If you are very lucky, at the start of certain hands, chips will rain down onto the table in the form of a 'Cash Drop'. Smaller cash drops are added to the pot, driving the action and creating a bigger pot to play for pre-flop. Larger cash drops will be added straight to each player's stack.

In the long run, this means that Cash Drops will result in a flat 50% rakeback for all Rush & Cash players.

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