After a few weeks with no hits, The Microgaming Poker Network’s famous Bad Beat Jackpot recently hit twice within 24 hours. 

The first hit was on Saturday morning of February 12, at NordicBet, when the Bad Beat Jackpot was at $558,296.27. The second hit came in the very early hours of Sunday morning, when the amount was $114,264.23.

Now, the Bad Beat Jackpot’s been reset, with players once more trying to crack the big payday. The Microgaming Bad Beat Jackpot is available on special tables only, within the 36 online poker rooms in the network. (Those poker rooms include NordbicBet, 32RedPoker, Unibet, and Ladbrokes, among others.)

“When at least four players are in a hand on these special tables, the Bad Beat Jackpot is up for grabs,” explains PokerNewsDaily. “A player has to have a minimum of quad eights or higher using both hole cards – and be beaten at showdown by a better hand that also uses both hole cards – for the jackpot to be awarded.”

This sort of news can serve as a powerful incentive for players, and affiliates can use that as part of their site content to convince players to play at a certain website. Huge jackpots like that don’t come along every day. If you promote sites in the Microgaming Poker Network, this is the kind of news you want to let your visitors know.

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