How to Get “Poker Heat” Ring Crowns
A Guide on How to Get Poker Heat Ring Crowns
To get the rings in Poker Heat, you need to get many Ring Crowns. I am going to explain what Crowns are and how to get them.
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What Are the Rings in Poker Heat?
Poker Heat shows the rings on your avatar or personal picture when playing poker. Currently, there are five rings to collect.
- Heat Ring
- Showtime Ring
- Fury Ring
- Red Burst Ring
- Phoenix Ring
How Many "Poker Heat" Rings Do You Have?
Why Collect Rings in Poker Heat?
The Rings Look Nice
The rings look neat, and I appreciate the artwork. I also like the over the top descriptions each ring has. It fits the feel and tone of the game very well.
The Rings Are Sign of Skill
The rings are a sign of skill. You need to play consistently to get enough crowns to get each ring.
I have never seen anybody with the last two rings before. If I did see somebody with a Red Burst or a Phoenix ring, I would be quite impressed. I would know they are a more serious poker player.
You Get Free Chips
Collecting the rings is a way to get a free chip bonus. You get millions of chips each time you collect a ring.
How Do You Get Rings in Poker Heat?
You Need Ring Crowns
So now that we know what the rings are and some reasons to like them, how do we get them! You need to collect Ring Crowns to get each ring.
Crowns Required for Each Ring
I am not sure how many crowns you need to get the Phoenix ring.
- Heat Ring: 500 Ring Crowns
- Showtime Ring: 750 Ring Crowns
- Fury Ring: Ring Crowns
- Red Burst Ring: 5000 Ring Crowns
- Phoenix Ring: ? Ring Crowns
There Are Two Ways to Earn Ring Crowns
There are two ways that I know of to get Ring Crowns. You need to fill the Crown bar and compete in leagues.
Fill the Ring Crown Bar
How the Ring Crown Bar Works
When you play poker, there is a bar at the top of the screen. This is the Ring Crown bar. Every time you win a hand, it fills up a little. The bigger hands, you win the faster this bar fills up.
When you fill the bar, a neat animation plays, and you earn some crowns! Normally you get two Crowns for filling the bar once. But I have seen this give three crowns during some events.
About the First Bar
The first bar is special in that you can fill it up at your own pace. After filing up the bar, once future bars have a timer on them. If you don’t get the crowns you need before this timer ends, you reset back to the first bar.
The Second and Future Ring Crown Bars
Each future bar gives more crowns and requires you to fill it faster than the last. This makes getting a lot of crowns in a short period of time hard.
Get Ring Crowns From Poker Leagues
Earn More Crowns by Playing Better in Leagues
You get more Ring Crowns for being in higher leagues and for finishing higher in each league. You would get more crown points for being in Legend.
But you also would get more Crowns for being in World Class and finishing in fourth place instead of #30.
League Rewards Are Top Heavy
From my observations, the league rewards are very top-heavy. People at the bottom get tiny rewards, and most of the reward pool goes to the people in the top ten positions.
This means if you want a lot of Crowns, you need to finish high in leagues and move in leagues often.
How to Get the Most Poker Heat Ring Crowns and Rings
Fill the First Crown Bar a Lot of Times
Fill that first crown bar as often as you can! If you always fill the first Ring Crown bar every time it resets, you will get crowns often.
If you want to take it to the next level, get a timer app and time each bar. So you know when to keep playing.
Do Well in Leagues
Do well in leagues. Finishing in the top three positions in leagues gives a lot of Crowns. I have seen some league spots give over 20 Crowns for finishing in first!
Most of the spots in leagues give around three to five Crowns. Play in every league, and you will get some Ring Crowns.
Play Higher Stakes
If you are desperate for Ring Crowns, you can always play higher stakes than you normally do.
I don't recommend doing this, but it is a tactic that can work. As long things go well, of course!
© 2020 Eric Farmer