PokerRoomSchool.com is an online poker school. That means that they don’t jsut hand out free poker money to any old member. Tehy, as a school, are more interested in educating their members to be better poker players.
The theory is that it does no one any good to give $50 dollars to a player that will lose it all in one hand. And it is a fairly sound theory too. It is good for all of us that these free bankroll providers continue to give out the free money.
So poker schools in general, and PokerRoomSchool.com in particular, get new members to take a poker quiz in order to rate them as a player. They do help you with your poker knowledge before you have to take the quiz, if you require it. They have poker strategy articles and training videos available to their members, in order to make them better players.
Currently, PokerRoomSchool only have one free bankroll offer, the one at CDPoker, but that may change in the future.
When you register with PokerRoomSchool.com you can indicate that you are a beginner player or an experienced player. If you say ‘beginner’ then you will be directed to the poker training software. If you select ‘experienced player’ then you will be directed to the poker quiz.
After passing the quiz you will be directed to download the CDPoker software. After that you should be contacted by phone by a representative from PokerRoomSchool. This is part of the identity verification procedure. All going well you will receive $50 for free into your new CDPoker account. And you will get a further $100 after earning the required player points.
If you select ‘New Player’ during signup, you will be directed to the poker training software, and you will have access to poker strategy articles and poker training videos. Poker training videos can be a great help for online players to get to grips with the game, as you can watch a professional poker player do what he does best, and hear the explanation for what he is doing.
Aside from all that, PokerRoomSchool.com has some other good offers for their members, including weekly $1000 freerolls and a ‘Leader Board’ where the top 200 players will share $10,000 every week.