DUBLIN, Ireland (PRESS RELEASE) -- Mobile poker operator Switch Poker today announces an ambitious new promotion which will see players at the site earn up to €2 million.
To take part simply sign up, form an “aeroplane” and become a “pilot.” Then encourage up to 20 friends to become your “passengers” and play at Switch Poker.
You will then earn 5 percent of the rake they generate, forever.
Each of your passengers will then be able to form his own plane, become a pilot himself and invite up to 20 of their friends to join in.
You'll earn up to 5 percent on the rake generated by each of the passengers of your passengers' planes, forever.
Again, each of the passengers of your passengers’ plane will be able to form their own plane, become a pilot and invite up to 20 of their friends to join in.
Again you’ll earn up to 5 percent of the rake generate by each of the passengers of the passengers' planes of your passengers, forever - and so on for six levels of passengers. In total this gives players a cut of rake generated by up to 1 million passengers. Forever.
A spokesperson for SwitchPoker.com said, “The sky’s the limit with our innovative new Aeroplane promotion. It really is as simple as getting your friends to sign up and play and you start earning money and with up to €2 million to be earned its just a matter of ‘How big a slice of the pie do you want?’ Buckle up, it's gonna be one hell of a ride!”
SwitchPoker.com, launched in October 2010, offers a simple solution to online poker players who wish to play their favorite games on the move. Simply visit SwitchPoker.com using your mobile device, sign up for an account and start playing immediately.
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