Joined: Jan '11
Location: United States
Age: 52 (M)
I take it this is something different then what took FT down ay? Justcurious even though I don't have any or shoukld say they wouldn't let me join since I'm a U.S. citizen. I sure hope something changes real soon for on-line poker. Still pizzed about the DOJ stepping in last year and putting FT out of business.
Joined: Mar '11
Age: 37 (M)
Well, as per the thread I made, that platform is absolutely terrible. In every single way it fails. No graphics, poor game selection, no filters etc. To me it seems like if they did do marketing, they spent all their budget on that, and virtually none on developing the client. Could have been a decent platform, if they had the $ or follow through to make a half decent platform.
Joined: Nov '10
Age: 29 (M)
It was expected. Too much money burned in there. Plus idea of letting everyone withdraw winnings in freerolls is awful. They had to have condition that players must rake at least withdraw amount in order to be able to withdraw. Plus instead of giving huge rb deals they should offer more big guarantee tourneys, leaderboards and stuff. Fishes dont care about rakeback and sites live of fishes.
And I dont understand people who complain about software. They have better software BY MILE then IPOKER or even ONGAME and those are No2 and No3 platforms in world. I would love if Ipoker operate under theirs software