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Bad Beat Jackpot



Play at Triobet and win additional cash prizes from the Bad Beat Jackpot promotion!

In order to participate simply opt-in by clicking the bad beat ticket at the bottom right of any qualifying table. Once you do that, you will contribute €0.02 per hand towards the jackpot prize pool.
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The jackpot is triggered when a player’s hand, which can be any four of a kind or better, is beaten by an even better hand. You don’t even have to be involved in the hand to win a prize! If the jackpot is triggered, everybody playing at the same stakes will win cash.

It has never been easier to win a jackpot in poker!

Qualifying requirements for the Jackpot:

• The winning and losing hand must include both the hole cards
• The losing hand must be Four of a Kind 2s or better
• The hand must go to showdown
• The hand must be raked and the jackpot contribution collected
• The hand must be played on Hold’em tables
• The hand must be played on stake levels €0.10/€0.20 and up


Jackpot Prizes:
Winner Jackpot distribution
The player with the losing hand (The Bad beat) 40%
The player with the winning hand (The highest-ranking hand) 20%
Other players at the table 10%
Other players at the same levels 10%
Amount that is used to see the next jackpot 20%
Administration fee 0%
Total 100%

• You must be opted in to be able to win a jackpot prize. You can opt in and out of the jackpot at any time, but if you opt out you won’t be eligible to win a prize.
• The hand must be played in Hold’em on stake levels €0.10/€0.20 and up
• If the player with the losing hand (the bad beat winner) or the player with the winning hand is not opted in to the jackpot, then the jackpot will still hit but their share(s) will be added to the seed for the next jackpot. Other prizes will still be paid to opted-in players.
• If the player with the losing hand (the bad beat winner) or the player with the winning hand is not opted in to the jackpot, then the jackpot will still hit but their share(s) will be added to the seed for the next jackpot. Other prizes will still be paid to opted-in players.
• All prizes will be rounded down to the nearest cent, with any amount left over due to rounding going towards the seed for the next jackpot.
• If more than two hands qualify for the bad beat, then the two highest hands count as the ‘losing’ and ‘winning’ hands. In the event that two qualifying jackpot hands occur at the same time, the hand which is completed first is awarded the Bad Beat Jackpot.
• The jackpot contribution of €0.02 is taken from your balance at the start of the hand, immediately after the blinds and antes are posted. If you have not contributed to the jackpot (for example, if your balance at the table is not sufficient to take the €0.02 contribution) then you are not eligible for a prize.
• The winning and losing hand must include both the hole cards
• The losing hand must be Four of a Kind 2s or better
• The hand must go to showdown
• The hand must be raked and the jackpot contribution collected
• Jackpot contributions are accumulated until the Jackpot is won.
• Players can qualify for the table share of the Jackpot if they were dealt into the hand but folded before the showdown.
• In the event that two qualifying Jackpot hands occur at the same time, the hand that is completed first is awarded the Bad Beat Jackpot.
• Players must play their hands independently. Players cannot tell opponents what to do or to reveal their hand to other Players. Any contravention of this will result in the hand being disqualified for the Jackpot.
• In case of conflict or discrepancy between the English language version of these terms and conditions and the translated versions in all other languages, the English language version shall prevail.
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Bad Beat Jackpot


The Bad Beat Jackpot is for ALL No Limit Hold'em cash tables.
There are prizes given every 10 minutes to the player with the strongest losing hand.

The jackpot is progressive. You can check the counter on the top right corner in the poker client to see how much will be given away at the moment. You have bigger chance to win if you play on more tables!

Depending on the levels on which you play your win will be based on the following chart:
Level Prize
From 2NL to 5NL (€0,01/0,02 - €0,02/0,05) 25%
From 10NL to 25NL (€0,05/0,10 - €0,10/0,25) 50%
From 50NL to 100NL (€0,25/0,50 - €0,50/1) 75%
200NL+ (€1/2+) 100%

In order to qualify for Bad Beat Jackpot the following criteria must be met:
  • The hand must be played on a No Limit Texas Hold'em Cash Game table
  • The losing hand must be a straight or better
  • The hand must go to a showdown
  • Both hole cards must be used to make the strongest losing hand
  • Three or more players must be dealt into the hand at the start
Terms and conditions:
  • Payments are made automatically. If the minimum losing hand strength requirement (straight) is not met the fund will roll over to the next ten minutes period.
  • Players can win multiple prizes.
  • In the event of a multi-way showdown (3 or more players) only the strongest losing hand will be considered for the jackpot.
  • Any form of soft play or collusion to abuse this jackpot will result in account suspension.
Good luck and let's lose in order to win!
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