Once again, Drake Casino offers its players a large number of great tournaments throughout the month. The largest prize pool always comes with the casino’s Monthly Tournament. There are also other tournaments such as the Daily Free Roll, the Weekender Progressive, and the Bi-Weekly $500 tournament.
Daily Free Rolls
Drake Casino’s Daily Free Rolls create the perfect opportunity for a chip boost without using any of your hard-earned cash. This weekend, enjoy two free roll tournaments with the Boomanji slot on Saturday, and Chef Wars on Sunday.
There is no entry fee to play in these two tournaments. Make sure you are a registered real money player at the casino, and you get to enter for free. Register for the tournament and receive $100 worth of entry chips. After registering, get playing soon because each free roll only lasts for one day.
If your balance goes as low as $40, you may take advantage of the re-buy feature. While entry to the tournament is free, re-buys cost $2. The re-buy fee gives you a total of $200 worth of casino chips to play with.
The Daily Free Roll prize pools are divided as follows:
- 1st place comes with a $25 cash prize
- 2nd place winner gets a $15 casino bonus
- 3rd place gets a $10 bonus
- 4th to 13th placers each get a $5 casino bonus
Table Games Tournaments at Drake Casino
There are a few Table Games tournaments available throughout the month. Choose from Caribbean Poker, VIP Blackjack, and Deuces Wild Table Games tournaments. The Caribbean Poker and the first VIP Blackjack tournaments for September end this weekend. Both Deuces Wild and another VIP Blackjack tournament begin on 16th September, ending on 30th September.
5H Deuces Wild comes with a $25 entry fee, which gives you $500 worth of casino chips to play with. If your balance dips down to $40 or less, there are always the $25 re-buy fees available. Re-buys come with a chip amount of $1,000.
The Deuces Wild prize pool consists of $2,000 in cash divided between the top three players. The 1st place winner gets $1,000. Second place takes home $750, and third place gets $250.
The VIP American Blackjack tournament comes with the same buy-in and re-buy fees as the Deuces Wild tournament. The $2,000 prize pool is also divided as $1,000, $750, and $250 in cash.