Firstly, you have to clear so many frequent player points. Not sure what the requirements for WinnerPoker are, but no doubt its going to be quite high.
Once you clear that many points you get the next part of the bonus, and this continues till the full $200 has been given to you. Once you have had the ful $200 they will require that you clear some more points, and then you will be able to withdraw.
Bear in mind though two things.
1) To withdraw on any poker site, you will have to deposit first
2) If you attempt to withdraw before you clear the right number of points they will take back the bonus amount from the amount you want to withdraw, so if for example you have $300 and you try to withdraw before you clear the points required, they will take $200 from the $300.
Being honest, its very very hard to clear the bonus in full, and even harder to clear enough points to be able to withdraw. Most people go busto long before they get the second part of the bonus, let alone getting all the payments and being able to clear enough points to withdraw.
So good luck with your bonus.. let us know how ou get on.
Joined: May '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 32 (M)
$15 upon approval... $30 after earning 1500 points, $30 after earning another 1500 points, $60 after another 3000 points then a final $35 after another 3000 points.
The bonus money (as far as I'm aware) won't go from your account after any amount of time... but any money earned in bonuses will be subject to their bonus clearing rules.
So for example - (I'll guess that you need to earn 50 points per $1 you want to withdraw - I don't know if this is right, it's just a guess... so make sure you find out the actual figures. WinnerPoker's T&Cs should have all the info you need).
You've received $15 and begin playing... after you have earned 750 points, the original $15 will be available to withdraw (but will likely be below the minimum withdrawal). Let's say you double your money to $30 in earning those points. Bankroll $30, points earned 750, unrestricted balance $30.
Let's then say you lose $15 to make the next 750 points, earning you the first $30 bonus. At the point this is credited, your total bankroll will be $45, but $30 will be restricted until you earn another 1500 points. If you do that while breaking exactly even - you'll receive the next $30 and you bankroll will be $75, with $30 restricted.... and so on and so on.