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This newsletter was sent out on 22 November 2011.


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In This Issue:
  1. NEW: Carbon Poker $100 NDB     (USA allowed) 
  2. High Pulse Poker & leaderboard update
  3. Current NDB's available
  4. Poker gift offers
  5. Plus500: Free ?25 no deposit bonus
  6. Latest Poker News
It's been a while since we last had Carbon Poker on BankrollMob with a no deposit bonus, but now they're back! This time they're offering a free $100 no deposit bonus to our members, including those from United States of America!! 
One catch: We can only offer 25 bonuses per day on this one, so you have to keep trying in order to make it. The process goes like this: (1) You visit the offer page on our site. (2) You follow the instructions on how to sign up at Carbon Poker. (3) You fill out the form to submit your Carbon username to us, so we can process your bonus request.
Here's a tip: If you go to our offer page now and do step #2 of the above, then you're ready to request the bonus once we open up for new requests as you will have saved a lot of time - all you have to do, when we open the next day, is to submit your Carbon Poker username on the accont you've already created.
Our High Pulse Poker leaderboard was supposed to have ended yesterday, but unfortunately the freeroll on the 19th of November crashed, so we will have a new freeroll to replace that one. The final ?500 leaderboard freeroll, for now at least, will be played tonight a 19:00 GMT (20:00 CET), and as usual, you can find the password 15 minutes before, in our freerolls section.
Within a few days, we will have the leaderboard updated with all the results and then we will start setting up the ?500 freeroll for top 200 finishers in the leaderboard, and a share of the ?500 prize pool will be paid out to top 30 finishers as well. We will keep you updated via the yellow box in the top of the High Pulse Poker leaderboard page.
High Pulse Poker's Multi Level Affiliate Program
High Pulse Poker is giving you, and everybody else, a rewarding opportunity to join their Multi-Level Marketing based affiliate program.
Here's how it works:
The Multi-Level Affiliate program is a smart deal which integrates rakeback, signup bonuses and affiliate money all in one. The program is based on Affiliate Levels 1 to 5 and different player Levels. You and your play is Level 1. The people that signup with your affiliate code/banner is Level 2. The players that signup from your Level 2 players are your Level 3 etc. 
All affiliates starts on Affiliate Level 5. Each Affiliate Level requires you to earn a certain amount of Step Points from your players. Affiliate Level 5 requires 500.

The Affiliate Multiplier is 1 for Level 1, for level 2, for Level 3 etc.
To calculate your earnings, the Rake multiplied with the Affiliate Multiplier equals your Step Points which equals your earnings!
There are no restrictions as to how many of our no deposit offers you can take. The only requirement is that you do not already have an account at the site, and that the site is offering a no-deposit bonus to your country*.
  Poker Site

Free No
Deposit Bonus

888 $8 / 5
PKR $11
Gutshot Poker $150
ComeOn Poker $10
Party Poker $150
Titan Poker $150
myBet $20
Yachting Poker ?5
Chilipoker $5.50
Celeb Poker $199
Terminal Poker ?5
Betfair $10
Bwin Poker $25
Carbon Poker $100

*) All eligible countries can be seen at the bottom of the offer page, linked to from above, by clicking on the "View list of countries eligible/not eligible for this bonus"-link.
The "Mob family" is growing fast at the moment, so we would just like to take a moment to welcome all our new members to BankrollMob, and quicly introduce you all to how our poker gift offers works, as this is one of the sections we see new members often are puzzled about - but it's actually quite simple. Here's how they work:
  1. We offer "poker gifts" at certain poker sites. You can pick any one you like - or as many as you like. 
  2. Follow the instructions, such as: Deposit $20 or whatever the requirement might be.
  3. After meeting the points requirement (ie. earning X amount of points at the site), you're now qualified to request our gift, which is usually 5000 MobPoints ($50), which you can easily cashout to poker sites, NETELLER, etc.

That's all there is to it. So why pick a poker gift offer instead of a no deposit offer? Value! You gain more by taking a poker gift offer. You're almost playing risk free, as you know that you'll be getting a gift from us after you've met the easy requirements. Plus, you get the welcome bonus offered by the site as well, plus access to depositors freerolls etc.

At this time, we can offer a poker gift on the following sites:

Party Poker Deposit $25 - earn 5 PartyPoints - get 5000 MobPoints ($50)
Mansion Poker Deposit $20 - earn 1000 points - get 5000 MobPoints ($50)
PKR Deposit $10 - earn 1500 points - get 2500 MobPoints ($25)
Chilipoker Deposit $20 - earn 400 FPP - get 5000 MobPoints ($50)

If you like the skill required for playing poker, then trading is perhaps the thing for you. One thing is for sure - if you are skilled you can make a small fortune, if not, well like in poker, you probably have to be lucky to "win".

BankrollMob has teamed up with one of the largest (and easiest to use) tradingplatforms - Plus500.com. There is a ?25 no-deposit bonus for everyone to try it out (there is no limit to how much you can earn just from using this bonus if you are good at it).
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