Win a Share of €12,500 Every Week in the Everest Poker Twister Races

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Twister tournaments, Everest Poker’s take on jackpot sit & go games, are one of the most exciting forms of tournament poker, especially thanks to the weekly Twister races held on the site.

Everest Poker puts up €12,500 in prizes every week for its Twister players. This is made up of €8,050 in cash and an additional €4,450 in Twister tokens. These prizes are awarded to the top 250 points earners each week so the more you play, the better your chances are of scooping a prize.

PlaceCash PrizeToken Prize
6€2003x €10 Twister Tokens
7-10€1003x €10 Twister Tokens
11-50€504x €5 Twister Tokens
51-100€304x €5 Twister Tokens
101-150€204x €5 Twister Tokens
151-250 3x €5 Twister Tokens

The free cash and tokens aside, the best part of the €12,500 Twister Races promotion is it is so easy to get involved and rack up leaderboard points. All you need to do is log into your Everest Poker account, fire up some Twister games and you’ll earn points just for playing them. Of course, you also win bonus points for winning the Twister games you play, so the promotion doesn’t only revolved around volume.

Twister Buy-inPoints Per Game PlayedBonus Points for Winning

Last week, you only needed 1,805 points to get into the leaderboard. The overall winner was “cueballcontrol” who amassed 166,530 points and secured a €1,000 cash prize.

If you want to get involved in the €12,500 Twister Races, all you need is an Everest Poker account. Those of you who already have one just need to log in and get your grind on. For those of you without an account, download Everest Poker via PokerNews and you’ll receive a superb welcome package consisting of:

  • €10 worth of tokens for free (1 x €5 and five x €1)
  • A 200 percent up to €1,500 first deposit bonus
  • One token to a choice of three weekly €1,000 freerolls
  • 20 Rewards Points that can be redeemed for cash rewards or entry into special tournaments

All you need to do then is play as many Twister games as you can and see if you finish in the top 250 places on the race’s leaderboard!

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