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Races and Chases Leader Boards

Each month we aim to return as much cash as we can to our members via rake races and chases.
These are a good way to boost your returns either by competing in races with other players or by taking part in your own personal chase.

Only RakeTheRake members are eligible for these promotions, which gives you a better chance of winning big.

partypoker $20,000 Rake Race
Ends 29th February
# Player Points Prize
1 1038527 17917 $2,000
2 1125913 16280 $1,500
3 1032730 12064 $1,000
4 1157823 11025 $750
5 1150689 8461 $650
See full leader board
RakeTheRake $15,000 Rake Race
Ends 29th February
# Player Points Prize
1 1132005 126129 $1,500
2 1115203 90269 $1,250
3 10710*** 86316 $1,000
4 1154989 61786 $900
5 1143308 51527 $800
See full leader board
Betfair €15,000 Race 1
Ended 15th February
# Player Points Prize
1 SicoX*** 192838 $1,500
2 SeCtU*** 166768 $1,300
3 NoEgo*** 142466 $1,000
4 polyc*** 128906 $800
5 fishh*** 102652 $600
See full leader board
Betfair €15,000 Race 2
Ends 29th February
# Player Points Prize
1 nobut*** 103477 $1,500
2 JAQPO*** 98915 $1,300
3 anarc*** 68812 $1,000
4 Inahe*** 61980 $800
5 SirMo*** 54096 $600
See full leader board
Microgaming €5,000 Individual Chase
Ends 29th February
# Player Points Prize
1 Erik *** 87303 $1,200
2 fabio*** 59162 $700
3 Ketli*** 54330 $700
4 marti*** 45838 $550
5 Marci*** 35248 $400
See full leader board
partypoker $2,000 Hands Played Race 1
Ended 7th February
# Player Points Prize
1 1159837 20211 $500
2 1157697 19623 $300
3 1125913 17702 $200
4 1029143 12749 $150
5 1021022 11663 $100
See full leader board
partypoker $2,000 Hands Played Race 2
Ended 14th February
# Player Points Prize
1 1159837 21982 $500
2 1157697 17717 $300
3 1125913 17027 $200
4 1021022 9412 $150
5 unkno*** 8267 $100
See full leader board
partypoker $2,000 Hands Played Race 3
Ended 21st February
# Player Points Prize
1 1157697 15237 $500
2 1125913 12820 $300
3 1038527 12423 $200
4 1032730 11780 $150
5 1158149 10943 $100
See full leader board
partypoker $2,000 Hands Played Race 4
Ends 29th February
# Player Points Prize
1 1032730 10075 $500
2 1157697 6858 $300
3 1159837 6328 $200
4 1038527 4383 $150
5 1021022 3959 $100
See full leader board

What are Rake Races?

One of the most popular promotions for rakeback players are Rake Races and Rake Chases. They sound similar but there is a distinct difference. They are popular because they offer extra rakeback and poker cashback on top of the rakeback or VIP deal already being offered by the poker room. Rake Races & Chases were actually invented by RakeTheRake back in 2004! Well who knew? Well we did!

There are 5 factors to consider with a rake race :

  • What sort of money/prizes are being offered in total?
  • How many positions are being paid?
  • What is the length of the race?
  • How many other affiliate sites are involved?
  • What is the percentage return?

It’s important to know if you are playing for cash, tournament tickets or something else like gadgets. You also need to know how likely you are to win a prize. Are there lots of prizes on offer? Does the leader board pay deep? Most races are a month long as that is the easiest way to track things. But races can be semi monthly (2 a month) or weekly. There have also been instances of single day races. Keep an eye out in the small print for how many other websites are included in the race. The fewer the better but it’s OK to have 2 or 3. Lastly work out how much you might be getting back. You can best do this by looking at the previous race results for the same promo. You simply divide the value of the prize by the amount raked and you will get the percentage return. Ideally you want to be in races that pay 5% or more.

What are Rake Chases?

Rake chases are different because (unlike rake races) you are NOT competing against other people. Instead you are set personal rake targets to reach and at each higher level you will get an increased prize value. Typical rake chases might be for 10%. For example if you rake $100 you will get $10, if you rake $200 you get $20, etc. But if you rake an amount between two levels (in the chase period) you automatically get the lower prize of the two levels. Rake chases are good because you know the percentage return from the start and no other players can derail your efforts!

Why Should I Participate in RakeTheRake’s Rake Races or Rake Chases?

Because they are FREE extra cash and it’s always insane to leave free money on the table. Sometimes you need to opt in for races and chases so keep an eye open for that. Sometimes The races or chases can be just the thing that makes the overall return from a room worthwhile and can also help turn a losing or break-even month into a profitable one.