Rush & Cash, now in both Hold'em and PLO!

  • Don't want to wait for hands? Rush.

  • Want more fun and action? Cash Drops.

  • Combine the two, and we have a game that kills two birds with one stone - Rush & Cash.

So, what is Rush & Cash?

It's the fastest poker game, yet at the same time, designed to satisfy our motto 'Let's make Poker fun again!'

The Bottom Line
  • Maximum of 600 BB cash drops bring more excitement to the game

  • Fastest Poker Game : No need to wait for a hand

  • It's okay to mouth wow, but you might need a few more details to Rush & Cash, so here's how it works.

  • As you play Rush & Cash, at the start of some hands, selected at random, chips will drop on to the table.

  • Drop amounts will vary (from 10 BBs to 600 BBs); smaller amounts will go into the pot inducing more action, while larger amounts will be divided and added to every player's stack right away as a straight-up reward.

Cash Drop Fund Accumulation

If the pot amount exceeds or is equal to 30 big blinds, the amount equivalent to 1 big blind will be reserved for the Cash Drop fund.

Numbers & Details
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Each blind for each game type has an independent cash drop pool. You can check the cash drop status and track history, here

Rush & Cash Table Information
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Details & Limitations

This game uses 1 deck of 52 cards and the deck is shuffled after each hand.

Amount committed to the pot will still be in play in an event of a disconnection.

Seating is based on which player was seated on the BB position the least. If all players were seated on the BB position the same number of times, players will be seated based on who was seated on the SB position the least. If even the SB seating condition is same for all players, seat is chosen randomly.

Tables that are not full will not be raked.
Cash Drops only occur in full tables.