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  16-Feb-13, 09:28   #1
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Sorin888 
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The Revolution Gaming Network's (which hosts Cake Poker's games) largest skin, Lock Poker, has segregated its player pool at all games of $1/$2 No-Limit and higher.
Lock Poker claim that the "partition" will lead to a balance of grinders and recreational tables. How this will impact mid-to-high stakes traffic at Cake Poker remains to be seen.

     
  18-Feb-13, 10:39   #2
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Zen1004 
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Posted by Sorin888:
The Revolution Gaming Network's (which hosts Cake Poker's games) largest skin, Lock Poker, has segregated its player pool at all games of $1/$2 No-Limit and higher.
Lock Poker claim that the "partition" will lead to a balance of grinders and recreational tables. How this will impact mid-to-high stakes traffic at Cake Poker remains to be seen.


What basis are they using to segregate the players? Geography/ their bankrolls? How often they play on the site? Usernames? Without that information it's a little difficult to fully evaluate what the poker site is doing.

     
  18-Feb-13, 11:57   #3
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Fakiry 

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I know this has nothing to do with your thread, but i wasn't going to creat a new one just to tell everyone i solved my problem about finding a way to withdraw the profits from Ballpoker that i got playing BRM XMas freeroll. They kept answering my emails i would have to make the gold coins and the points in order to be available to withdraw, so i registered at two or three tourneys, i explode with all my profit, i now have $0 there, so my problem is over. Said (or sad) Angry

     
  18-Feb-13, 12:36   #4
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Jibberish 

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i dont get what you mean, like the whole network is making the high stakes players play on only 1 platform?

     
  18-Feb-13, 13:08   #5
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Peremoha 

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Is there a big problem with disbalance on poker rooms/tables?I am doubting is it a big need to segregate high stake tables.I think big choice of tables make poker more attractive.
good luck!

     
  18-Feb-13, 13:11   #6
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bullettooth1 

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Posted by Jibberish:
i dont get what you mean, like the whole network is making the high stakes players play on only 1 platform?

Pointless asking him that question. Even he won't know what its meant to mean. lol.
Do you think he even reads the whole story before he copies and pastes it? hmm Confused

     
  18-Feb-13, 15:46   #7
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pokershark74 

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so i did a little looking in to it and from what i understand what this means is that for the higher level tables instead of playing with playings from all skins now lock poker players in those stakes only play players from lock poker, as apose to being put in a feild with other skin players i.e cake poker etc.

     
  18-Feb-13, 20:32   #8
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Macubaas 
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I frankly do not understand their move at all...

I mean players that have bankrolls to play high stakes will join the high stakes stables and vice versa.

And i think none high stakes players will play on limits way below their level lol

     
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