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Hello BRM members. I play at Cake and am working on a deposit bonus and getting rakeback. I just wanted to show those that aren't getting rakeback what the difference is when getting rakeback + deposit bonus payout out. I played one session so far this week, actually I played just long enough to earn a bonus payout. The earnings side is the rakeback, the rewards side is the bonus + rakeback and the % in rewards I get when hitting the bonus. Now if I have the time and play more so I can get more rakeback, the rewards % can climb much higher (it's been over 140% for me before) and give me a bigger boost to my bankroll. Cake does there rakeback payouts once a week. So from one session you can see my rakeback so far for this week. These aren't big amounts, but if your new and only make a deposit of $50 to $100 (or smaller like I did), you can see how rakeback helps.

Earnings summary:

Your Earnings:

Total Rake $10.81
Earnings (33% of Total) $3.57

Your Rewards:

Deposit Bonus $10
Earnings $3.57
Total Reward $13.57
Total Rewards Back: 126%

Hope this helps those out that are wondering if rakeback is worth it over getting an NDB. In my opinion, "YES," because once the bonus is up you still keep earning the rakeback. If you are currently playing a NDB and can cashout, then take those winnings when your bonus is up and select a rakeback from one of these site BRM has to offer.




Edited by ih8usukouts (17 October 2009 @ 08:39 GMT)


     
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Nice rewards! Now I just wonder; is there a minimum rake / no. of hands before getting rakeback? If not, is there any other "catch"?

     
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Posted by Joe_Average:
Nice rewards! Now I just wonder; is there a minimum rake / no. of hands before getting rakeback? If not, is there any other "catch"?

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Rakeback you earn from the time you make your first deposit at a site when you join thru a rakeback affiliate like BRM. There is no minimum amount of hands you must play in order to earn rakeback, you can start earning rakeback immediately. There are 2 requirements that must be met in order to earn rakeback.
(1) You "must" be dealt into the hand and see the flop. So if you fold pre flop you are not in the hand and can't earn rakeback for that hand. Even if you folded your BB to a pf raise (for example).
(2) The pot has to be big enough to be raked. Most poker rooms start to rake as little as $0.15 - $0.17. The bigger the pot, the more rake the house rakes and the more you earn back.

I forgot to add this point, if you fold after seeing the flop and the hand goes on and grows to a larger amount. You still get rakeback for being involved in the hand.



     
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(1) You "must" be dealt into the hand and see the flop. So if you fold pre flop you are not in the hand and can't earn rakeback for that hand. Even if you folded your BB to a pf raise (for example).

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Didn't know that. All sites work with this system?
I thought I could get rakeback without seeing the flop :S and get money 'for free'

Gl!

     
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I've been thinking about getting rakeback at Full Tilt because I mostly play cash and they steal a lot with rake... bastards Tongue But haven t decide yet on what room should I ask for Confused

     
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