Daily Challenge

Love playing PLO? Now enjoy playing our new 5 Card PLO variant and win daily prizes. Feel the thrill of one extra whole card & battle it out for each hand because now every hand pays! 

Win upto 2000 daily from 9th-15th Jan. All you need to do is to reach the millstone of 100 Hands on your favourite stakes of 5 Card PLO tables.


Daily Prize Distribution

5 Card PLO Daily challenge runs on Mid and High Stakes. You can win upto 2000 Instant Bonus by completing the daily milestone of 100 hands on any of the stakes.

  • Mid Stake - (5/10 to 25/50) : Win 500 Instant Bonus Daily.
  • High Stake - (50/100 or above) :  Win 2000 Instant Bonus Daily.


Terms and Conditions

1. Only non heads-up post flop hands will be considered.

2. All prizes will be credited on working days (Except Sat & Sun) by 2 PM.

3. Adda52.com reserves the right to modify or end this promotion at any time without giving any prior notice to players.


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