NoiQ and 24h Poker Rake Race Final Results

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2010. March 03. |
In this article, the team at Rakerace.com will be revisiting the promotion that both NoiQ Poker and 24h Poker had on offer this past February.

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With February now behind us, we have the final results for the Main Race and are now able to deliver you the results and compare them to the estimates included in our previous article.


First of all, Rakerace.com would like to congratulate all the winners of the February NoiQ and 24h Poker promotion.

 

A quick overview of the promotion:


The Main Race had €125 000 on offer and was spread over 16 days, according to the following schedule:

 

1 – 4 Feb 2010
8 – 11 Feb 2010
15 – 18 Feb 2010
22 – 25 Feb 2010

Having started on the 1st February and finishing on the 28th, the Main Race results are as listed in the table below.


Important to note - Calculations for total cashback assume players continued playing poker throughout the weekends as well. Weekend races prizes were not included in our calculations.

 

FINAL RESULTS
Results
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From the table above we can see that first place was taken by jvpelikaan and he managed to take home the massive €8000 prize. jvpelikaan managed to collect a whopping 22948 VIP Points over the total promotion period and was able to secure himself a nice return of 115% total cashback.

Fluidity placed 171st on the leaderboard and managed to secure himself a €50 prize to add to his bankroll. Fluidity gathered in total 2270 VIP Points and finished the promotion with 34% total cashback return.


For the average player, a 63% total cashback was achievable by collecting 5301 VIP Points for the promotion period. An average player also took home around €600 prize.


Previous estimates and calculations from NoiQ and 24h Poker Rake Race Analysis part 1

 

First 8 days' results including estimates
 results
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The first part of our analysis was used results from the first 8 days of the promotion and future calculations all assumed continuous play.


By comparing the results of the Main Race to our estimates above for the first eight days, we can see how gameplay and competition changed towards the end of the race.


In our first analysis, Nedfryst was leading the race with 15483 VIP Points gathered within the first 8 days (the first half) of the promotion. He was able to collect 1935 Points per day in the first part of the race. However, his performance for the second half of the promotion took a dramatic turn, along with the rest of the competition.


Nedfryst finished the promotion in second place with 21690 VIP Points. This means for the second half of the promotion he only gathered an extra 6207, which was 775 Points per day compared to the 1935 Points per day, almost one third of decrease in performance.


This dramatic downturn in performance can be seen across the whole leaderboard, but the competition at the lower end of board was much closer together, still showing a decrease enthusiasm (not as significant as the top end of the leaderboard).

 

If we take, for example, Ttasyeer2, he managed to finish the race in 167th place with 2301 total accumulated VIP Points. From our predictions based on the first half of the promotion, TTayseer2 was going to finish in 171st position, with a total estimated 2872 VIP Points.  From this we can see that although there wasn’t a great increase, but actually a decrease in Points accumulated per day, TTayseer2 managed to move up his rank in the leaderboard.


Last but not least, let’s look at an average player to see how their performance varied in the final results.


Average Player Performance


An average player in the first 8 days of the competition was able to achieve around 423 VIP Points per day, but from the final results a player only managed to secure 331 VIP Points per day for a €600 prize average. 

 

Taking this into consideration, if an average player would have had the stamina to maintain the same gameplay from the results of the first 8 days, the outcome would have been a greater return.


Cashback


Cashback percentages for an average player came to the results of a 10% increase. This again is an indication that the performance of the competition throughout the second half fell off. If a player is fierce and patient enough to keep up his/her performance during the whole month, significant increases in leaderboard ranks can be expected.


Conclusion


In conclusion, from the information that has been gathered we can see that stamina play s a big part in these types of competitions.

 

If a player took into consideration our predictions in the first analysis and kept up his/her performance for the rest of the month, the player would have received even greater return than predicted by Rakerace.com.

 

To sum this up, by setting a goal on the amount of VIP Points to be gathered one day and keeping to this goal, a player can easily make the most out of these promotions and sometimes even win bigger than predicted.

  

 

Don't forget to make the most out of the easy-to-win exclusive races happening this March at Rakerace.com which include:


Doyle's Room Exclusive $3000 Rake Race

Chocolate Poker Exclusive $3000 Rake Race

Betsson Exclusive $5000 Cash Race

 

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