The Winning Poker Network (WPN) recently modified its Sit n’ Crush leaderboard race by adding Jackpot Poker to the mix, much to the delight of players.
The move was made with the loyal following at Black Chip Poker, Americas Cardroom and YaPoker in mind, many of whom had been clamoring for Jackpot Poker games to be included in Sit n’ Crush point totals. WPN can now claim success, having made a bold move by both introducing Jackpot Poker, and then noticing the need to re-evaluate the way that points are earned and tallied at Sit n’ Crush.
Jackpot Poker, the lottery-style, hyper-turbo Sit n’ Gos, have been instrumental in redefining online poker. More players than ever before are making their way to the Jackpot Poker tables, and WPN is the only poker network that has made the popular game available to U.S. players.
The weekly Sit n’ Crush prize pools have reached $20,000 as of late, a total that was never seen before Jackpot Poker was added to the lobbies of WPN skins in April. Paying out more cash to top Sit n’ Crush players has been noticed by regulars on the cash tables, some of whom have made the transition to playing Sit n’ Gos instead.
While the result has been a modest player traffic decline among ring game players, the action is booming at Jackpot Poker and other Sit n’ Gos. Points toward the Sit n’ Crush leaderboard race can be collected easier at Jackpot Poker games since each lasts only about seven minutes or so.
Accumulating points quicker is also a benefit with regard to moving up the ladder of the VIP program at WPN skins. That holds true whether that choice is Americas Cardroom, Ya Poker or Black Chip. Incidentally, all three offer a generous deposit bonus of 100% up to $1,000 on that first-ever deposit for all players.
WPN continues to be the most innovative and creative of poker rooms and networks available to U.S. players. While Jackpot Poker has become the network’s most popular game, don’t forget that multi-table poker tournaments are running round-the-clock for those who prefer MTTs.
The MTT offerings will soon include another with a $1 million guaranteed prize pool. That event will kick off in August, following the success earlier this year of the Winning Millions. WPN is the only network that offers tournaments with such massive prize pools to U.S. players.
If you’ve yet to try Jackpot Poker, now would be a good time to have at it. Not only can you possibly win mega jackpots that include a free entry to this year’s WSOP Main Event, but even more bonus money in the Sit n’ Crush leaderboard race!