During April Carbon Poker ran the $10,000 equalizer promotion which rewarded players who played a fair amount of poker with them. It was a challenge to see exactly who could play the most hands, and it was a success to say the least. So successful in fact that they have not only decided to run the Equalizer again, but they have upped the stakes and taken it to a whole new level. The Equalizer for the month of May is a super cool $50,000 guaranteed event, making it so much bigger than last month. This means that spread over four weeks during May Carbon Poker will be paying out some huge prizes to their players just for playing the game that they love. For each and every raked hand that you play at Carbon you'll receive a point on the Equalizer leader board and with this awesome promotion, points really do make prizes. The competition is split into four weeks meaning you get four chances at glory, so there's plenty of chances in this one for you to hit the cash prizes. The winner of each week's leader board will be rewarded with a very nice $12,575 and what's better is that there is an even playing field as it doesn't matter if you play micro stakes or high stakes tables, every hand counts meaning that every player gets to take part. Carbon keep track of your played and raked hands and the leader board is updated daily so that you can check in each day and see where you stand. It's an extremely competitive promo and one that will surely attract plenty of attention. Here's a look at the weekly schedule for May....

  • Week #1 May 1st to May 9th $12,575
  • Week #2 May 10th to May 16th $12,575
  • Week #3 May 17th to May 23rd $12,575
  • Week #4 May 24th to May 30th $12,575

So there you have it. Make sure that you hit the tables at Carbon Poker during May to enjoy this awesome event. If you are not a member at Carbon Poker yet then get signed up now to receive a fantastic welcome bonus of 200% up to $5,000. Also, don't forget that Carbon offers both a sportsbook and an online casino, meaning you get the whole package at Carbon.