Everest Poker Your Best Bet for January Cash Missions

Extra Cash Missions at Everest pokerOf all the skins on the iPoker Network offering a Cash Missions promotion in January, Everest Poker appears to be offering the best opportunities for players.

For several months now, skins on the iPoker Network have been running monthly “Cash Missions” promotions – promotions in which players are rewarded with tournament entry tickets for attaining certain goals or for winning pots with predetermined starting hands.

Each skin has a certain amount of leeway on how it sets its criteria for the promotion and, having investigated the major sites on the iPoker Network, we believe that Everest Poker has the best opportunities for players to benefit from January´s promotion.

Why is Everest Poker´s “Cash Missions” Promotions the Best? Two reasons. First of all, the site is offering players more ways in which to qualify for the daily €1,000 “All-In Shootouts” than its fellow skins on the iPoker Network. Secondly, unlike its fellow skins on the iPoker Network, none of these addition opportunities require players to make deposits into their accounts.

How the January Cash Missions Promotion Works

The basis for the January Cash Missions promotion on the iPoker Network is the same regardless of whatever site you play at. Players are rewarded for being dealt picture pocket pairs on Texas Hold´em cash game tables with entries into up to three €1,000 “All-In Shootouts” every day.

There is also a “Happy Hour” challenge each day, in which players dealt the qualifying picture pocket pair for that week between 8:00pm and 9:00pm (all times GMT) will be entered into a €500 freeroll tournament that takes place at 9:30pm each evening.

Everest Poker has themed its Cash Missions promotion on the Wild West, and has added an additional challenge each week for players to win extra entries into the daily €1,000 “All-In Shootouts”. The qualifying periods and the additional Everest Poker challenges are as follow:

  • Monday 4th January to Sunday 10th January – The Wild Challenge

Receive one entry into a €1,000 “All-In Shootout” for each time you are dealt pocket Jacks (maximum three entries per day).

Everest Extra – Play 1 Twister Sit & Go game with a minimum buy-in of €5.00 to receive three more “All-In Shootout” entries.

  • Monday 11th January to Sunday 17th January – The Rodeo Challenge

Receive one entry into a €1,000 “All-In Shootout” for each time you are dealt pocket Queens (maximum three entries per day).

Everest Extra – Win five hands of Speed Poker (with any combination of pocket cards) for three more “All-In Shootout” entries.

  • Monday 18th January to Sunday 24th January – The Horseshoe Challenge

Receive one entry into a €1,000 “All-In Shootout” for each time you are dealt pocket Kings (maximum three entries per day).

Everest Extra – Play in three multi table tournaments at Everest Poker (freerolls excluded) to receive three more “All-In Shootout” entries.

  • Monday 25th January to Sunday 31st January – The New Sheriff in Town Challenge

Receive one entry into a €1,000 “All-In Shootout” for each time you are dealt pocket Aces (maximum three entries per day).

Everest Extra – Simply see the flop in fifty cash game hands of NL Texas Hold´em during the week to qualify for three more “All-In Shootout” entries.

When Do The Shootouts Take Place?

Each day throughout the month of January, “All-In Shootouts” are hosted at 10:00pm, 10:15pm and 10:30pm (all times GMT). Extra Shootouts are scheduled on January 31st at 10:45pm and 11:00pm because there are bound to be some players who have not used up all their entries.

The great thing about this promotion is that you do not have to be online during the Shootouts to take part in the events. Every player is all-in every hand until a winner is determined. Players who are awarded seats in the All-In tournaments can register up to two days in advance of each event and just log into their accounts the following morning to find out how much they have won.

Sounds like a good promotion. It is – and better at Everest Poker.