Collecting Gold Cards
Collecting Gold Cards is as easy as taking a seat at any stake or level of a real money ring game. It's important to learn about Gold Cards to devise your redemption strategy and ensure you get the best value for your reward collection.
How do I earn a Gold Card?
By taking a seat in any of our real money ring games, you're eligible to receive a Gold Card. As there are no minimum requirements necessary to earn a Gold Card, you may receive one on your first hand, even if you fold!
How does it work?
A Gold Card is released every time the table reaches a pre determined rake amount. Therefore, you will see Gold Cards more frequently at the higher limit tables (even though Gold Cards fall at all levels and stakes of our ring games). When you earn a Gold Card, you'll see it move towards your spot at the table, and from there it will be issued to your Gold Cards collection (within your rewards portfolio).
What is the value of a Gold Card?
Much like holding real estate or stock, the value of each Gold Card is determined by how you use them. While some players hold on to their collection in an effort to hit the $52,000 Jackpot, others use them daily for tournament buy-ins and instant cash wins. Before redeeming your cards, get familiar with judging their value with the following indicators.
In a regular deck of cards, each individual card holds a different value based on its number or face, and its suit; Gold Cards are no different. Once you receive a Gold Card, you can check the odds of receiving each card using our Gold Card Odds chart.
On the bottom right hand side of each Gold Card, you'll see a banner indicating a Series number. If you've just received a Gold Card, the banner will show Series III.
Where can I view my Gold Cards?
Gold Cards earned are safely stored within your Rewards portfolio. When logged in to Golden Goose Gaming Poker, you can view your personal Gold Card collection by choosing the 'Rewards' tab.
Do Gold Cards expire?
Collecting Gold Cards is much like collecting any other commodity, such as stamps or baseball cards. Older cards may hold more value as the Series roll along, but they never expire.