The home of Open Face Chinese Poker for real money has added another fun game mode… Monster Spins!
Similar to that of other 3 handed single table sit n go’s that incorporate a progressive jackpot where players can win up to 1000x their buy-in!
How do Monster Spins Work?
These games are much like all the other Jackpot Spins out there in the Poker world, you choose how many games you want to play, options are between 1-9 games at a time, once you register the spinning drum will decide your Monster Spin fate and determine how much you will be playing for in the game.
As you would expect the most common prize pool is going to be 2x, this leaves room for the larger prizes on a lesser-seen scale, you can expect around 15% of your games to be 4x multipliers, around 8% to be 6x and when it comes to larger prizes these are going to be seen way less often.
Stakes and Structure
The Stakes available are running from just 25cents to €10 and the maximum win is €10,000.
With regards to structure, the blind levels increase faster than Pokerstars Spin & Go games, so expect to play for a little less time as the blinds increase with 1-minute intervals but there are more levels of play.
At the moment the game of choice is No-Limit Hold’em however the team have stated in their blog post that they are looking to introduce both PLO and OFC to the Monster Spins game rotations too!
To celebrate the release of the Monster Spins on to the site TonyBet are offering a huge 200% Reload bonus for any current players on the site up to €1,500! along with a ticket to the Hey Baller’s event and they are also releasing a Monster Spins Leaderboard race with €2,000 in prizes that will be given out to 20 lucky players! (valid this month only)
At the end of the promotion 20 players to collect most cash game points will share a €2,000 prize pool:
1) €560; 2) €400; 3) €238; 4) €160; 5) €130; 6-20)Prizes range from €20-€100
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