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The William Hill Poker Bonus

William Hill is a classic old school gambling site. It's bonus and reward system reflects that. Nothing gimmicky, no hiddens traps. Just a very solid, reliable bonus and reward system. Let's take a look at how it compares with the others:

  1$ in rake earns you To cash the max bonus Bonus Paid in increments of Max Bonus Available Cash Back Cash Back AS
Percentage of Bonus
Redemption period Est. time to payoff Hourly rate
Betsafe $0.36
in bonus money
You pay $6944 rake $2500 $2500 $1388.88 55% 43 87 hours $44.69
Betfair $0.298
in bonus money
You pay $6700 in rake $5 $2000 $2089 104% 90 83.75 hours $48.82
William Hill $0.294
in bonus money

You pay $6800 in rake
$5 $2000 $1600 80% 90 85 hours $42.35
888 Poker $0.20
in bonus money

You pay $2000 in rake

$10 $400 $155 38% 90 100 hours $5.55

It does well. As you play, working to claim your bonus, you're getting back almost 30c of every dollar you pay in rake. You have a nice long 90 days in which to reclaim the bonus. And you end up with a nice $1600 back in direct cash from the rewards program too.

William Hill Screen A screen you'll be getting very familiar with

So how can I get all this lovely money?

If you can claim the William Hill bonus it'll be worth a total of $3600 over 90 days. In reality it'll be worth a lot more than that as by the end of those 90 days you'll have become a formidable poker player. Why? Well you'll need to play a lot of poker. You need to pay William Hill $6800 in rake. Oh yes, they'll be making PLENTY of lovely money out of this too.

Now,.you'll have a bankroll of $1000, as that's what you need to deposit in order to get the full $2000 bonus. So this sort of bankroll will allow us to play $20 + $2 sit n' goes. That means we pay $2 in fees for every tournament. Following the strategies laid out in my book, BonusHunter, you can expect to play around 40 tournaments in an hour at a minimum (let's be conservative here), which means you're paying $80 in rake per hour. So you'll have your bonus paid of in 85 hours. Of course, you may not feel comfortable starting at the $22 dollar tournaments, so you can start off smaller and work you way up. I include a level progression strategy in the book.

Sounds like a good deal overall

This is a solid deal. William Hill is a classic old-school reputable firm. The bonus pays off in nice little increments and it gives you a nice, high hourly rate over the $40 mark. You can't really go wrong. Click the button below to check out the details of the deal.