Titan Poker First Deposit Bonus Code
The Fastest Release Rate in the Industry?
Titan Poker claims that their deposit bonus has the fastest clearance rate in the online poker industry. If you’re unfamiliar with the term, here’s the deal: Poker deposit bonuses aren’t given to players all at once. Instead, the room releases small parts of the bonus as you “clear” the bonus by playing real money cash games and tournaments and paying rake**. Rooms usually track the amount of rake you pay using an internal system of points (simply called “Points” or sometimes “Titan Points” at Titan, referred to as “Player Points” by many sites). The clearance rate is essentially how much rake you have to pay to earn the points required to release the entire bonus.
How does Titan’s claim stack up to reality? They actually do boast the highest clearance rate of any major poker room deposit bonus we could find. The chart to your right (click it to enlarge) compares the deposit bonus clearance rate of PokerStars, Party Poker, NoiQ Poker, 888 Poker and Titan Poker, with Titan beating out PokerStars by about 2%. That puts the Titan first deposit clearing rate right in line with the site’s claims to be the fastest clearing bonus online.
How did we get Titan Poker’s clearance rate? Titan Poker releases $5 of your bonus for every 250 points you earn. Points are earned at the rate of 17 points for every dollar paid in rake*. To earn the entire $2000 bonus, you would need to earn 100,000 points (200 $5 Units * 250 points per unit). To earn 100,000 points, you would need to pay a shade under $5900 in rake (100,000 points / 17 points per dollar).
To get the clearance rate, you just divide the total dollar amount of the bonus ($2000) by the rake you’d need to pay to earn it ($5882) for a rate of 34%.
What Titan Bonus Code Should I Use?
We’ll be honest: It doesn’t matter. You can get bonus codes for Titan all day, but almost every code gives you the standard bonus Titan Poker is offering, and the freerolls often cited by sites are almost always part of the standard Titan Poker freeroll schedule.
Websites use bonus codes because that’s one way Titan tracks players to the website that referred them. Websites like ours – and any others offering Titan Poker Bonus Codes – are paid a fee for sending players to Titan Poker. We’d appreciate it if you’d use our links and banners to sign up for Titan Poker and if you’d just feel better using a bonus code, ours is TNBONUS and it awards a 200% bonus up to $2000 plus 10k in freerolls.
Entering the Titan Bonus Code
You enter the bonus code at signup. When you create an account you’ll fill out a form containing your personal information. One of the last fields is titled “bonus code”. If you’d like to support our efforts to provide an objective review of Titan Poker from a poker player’s perspective, we’d appreciate you using ourTitan Poker bonus code – TNBONUS – as illustrated below.
*We calculate clearance rates based on tournament play. Why do we do this? Because the amount of rake you might pay to earn points at cash games differs as you move up and down limits, while tournament rake earns a fixed amount of points. Back up
** What’s rake? You pay rake through either a fee attached to the tournament entry or the small amount removed from all cash game pots. Rake is a part of all real money games at Titan Poker. Back up