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  10-Nov-09, 00:57   #1
Thinking about moving my roll.... 0 
jevo 

Joined: Oct '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 39 (M)
Posts: 1086
Been getting pissed off playing @ fulltilt recently. Not because the sites rigged or anything stupid like that, it's just because I believe there's easier money to be made else where and my roll has been fluctuating up and down like crazy and no progress what so ever is being made.

Where would you suggest I move too?

I love Party as it's where I built my roll, but do you think there's anywhere even softer?

Big Smile

Edited by jevo (10 November 2009 @ 00:58 GMT)


     
  10-Nov-09, 00:58   #2
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M3turbo 
Joined: Dec '07
Location: Denmark
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 2644
Ongame is known to be soft but terrible software Aww crap!

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Stars?

     
  10-Nov-09, 01:00   #3
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jevo 

Joined: Oct '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 39 (M)
Posts: 1086
I'm a sucker for decent software, especially as I spend a decent amount of time playing.

I did try Stars once, with a $100 one bullet deposit for NL100 Big Smile Didn't go well though as me and 3 mates cocked it right up. You reckon it's pretty soft? There are an imense amount of players there, hmmm...

Edited by jevo (10 November 2009 @ 01:05 GMT)


     
  10-Nov-09, 02:02   #4
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jessthehuman 

Joined: Apr '09
Location: Australia
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 6482
Stars is generally fairly soft. Obv with so much traffic there's some damn good players thrown in amongst it. But if you end up on a table of nits/grinders then you can always move along, there's always another table on stars.

FTP i think is where the hardcore poker elite like to play. I think it's generally regarded as having among the more stiff competition. And this is true to me, as people I know who play live poker circuits (small time / local stuff) all play on FTP and they live and breath poker. It definitely seems to be the enthusiasts choice Sad

PKR is where I play and it's thought to be among the softest of todays generation, however you're either gonna love or hate the software. It's a mighty big change from any other. Also - worst software EVER for multi-tabling (although do-able - up to 4 tables) - PKR also has a rakeback offer via BRM - which STARS will never offer.

Edited by jessthehuman (10 November 2009 @ 02:10 GMT)


     
  10-Nov-09, 02:09   #5
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Mast3rKush 
Joined: Sep '09
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 30 (M)
Posts: 448
Yea i also struggled on fulltilt when i used to play there, but tbh that was a while back & at the time i thought i was good but in actuality i pretty much sucked. But recently though ive been occassionally playing their FR's, & i really like their software so been considering making a small deposit over there & getting back on the grind. How would u consider the standard of players at 0.5/0.10NL?
Lately though i have been finding Cdpoker (ipoker network) at NL10 & NL25 to be a super laggy fishtank & just been playing straightforward TAG & my bankroll has been very much reaping the benefits. The ipoker software isn't too bad either, so its defintley worth checking it out & seeing how you like it.

     
  10-Nov-09, 05:38   #6
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Dellbo99 
Joined: Feb '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 50 (M)
Posts: 342
If your a cash game player then the cake network is definitely more profitable. There are so many fish there it's unbelievable. The software is some what middle of the road ( not the best or worst ) but it does it's job and is very stable.

The main benefits are a 33% rakeback and a good non deductible ( from your rakeback ) bonus upon sign up. Plenty of traffic too.

The only draw back with the Cake network is the fact you can't use any tracking software there - it is not allowed and indeed does not work. However if you don't use any then this obviously isn't a problem and may even be an advantage cause nobody else is using it either.

If your a torney player Stars and Full Tilt are the only options IMO as there blind structures and player pools are unmatched by anyone else.

     
  10-Nov-09, 05:47   #7
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shokaku 

Joined: May '08
Location: Germany
Age: 55 (M)
Posts: 6704
If you look for soft games go to Ongame or Everest. Ongame software is still a disaster, but games are very soft. Everest is fishy too, but the play there is very slow.

If you are looking for good clientsoftware, stay at Tilt or move to Stars.

     
  10-Nov-09, 05:52   #8
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Doomsday_vic 
Joined: Jan '09
Location: New Zealand
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 463
Cereus network is quite fishy too and it has rakeback. Everest software is still pretty bad, they haven't changed the slightest in the last couple of years but the players are just as bad. Ongame software has gotten better now, I could 9 table when i played there. If you don't mind the traffic, come to merge Tongue

     
  10-Nov-09, 07:58   #9
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RIPStuNov22 

Joined: Jun '08
Location: Canada
Age: 46 (M)
Posts: 121
Poker770.

French fish....errr fresh fish. Tongue

Either way, easy money there. Dollar Dollar Dollar

     
  10-Nov-09, 08:06   #10
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ADACTA 
Joined: Jan '08
Location: Germany
Age: 33 (M)
Posts: 482
Poker770, Pokerstars, ongame.

I would still prefer partypoker.
Good software, meanwhile good promos and ok cashback.
Depends ofc on what you play, playing fr
you will find many many shorties.
A bit sad party isnt that big like before.

     
  10-Nov-09, 09:31   #11
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ih8usukouts 

Joined: Jul '09
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 1000
Posted by Dellbo99:
If your a cash game player then the cake network is definitely more profitable. There are so many fish there it's unbelievable. The software is some what middle of the road ( not the best or worst ) but it does it's job and is very stable.
The main benefits are a 33% rakeback and a good non deductible ( from your rakeback ) bonus upon sign up. Plenty of traffic too.
The only draw back with the Cake network is the fact you can't use any tracking software there - it is not allowed and indeed does not work. However if you don't use any then this obviously isn't a problem and may even be an advantage cause nobody else is using it either.
If your a torney player Stars and Full Tilt are the only options IMO as there blind structures and player pools are unmatched by anyone else.

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Dellbo99 nailed it on this one:
It's true about the cake network, there are plenty of fish swimming around. But remember, where there are fish, there are also sharks, which you would be able to figure out after a while because it isn't the biggest network and you will see alot of the same players quite often. I also like Cake cause you can't use tracking software, since I don't use any (or have) any myself. So this makes the playing field more even. It's nice getting weekly rakeback payments along with the deposit bonus (which is not deducted from rakeback payments). Can't help you with tourney info since I am a cash game player, maybe someone else can step in here.




     
  10-Nov-09, 10:04   #12
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Predobar 
Joined: Jan '08
Location: Croatia
Age: 43 (M)
Posts: 1308
Dont like tourneys on Cake because they have late registration period until 1st break so even if some tournament is freezeout it looks like rebuy because of all the late registrants.

     
  10-Nov-09, 11:20   #13
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ih8usukouts 

Joined: Jul '09
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 1000
Of course, now that I did talk good about the fish on the cake ring games I am having troubles with the network. Recenlty the cake network updated it's software and I have been having some troubles with the tables freezing on me and timing me out.

     
  10-Nov-09, 12:34   #14
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PRStevie 

Joined: Aug '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 31 (M)
Posts: 79
Ive been a playing at Bwin (Ongame) for last few years and think its agood to bulid your roll from, because of they have big sports betting aswell as poker alot of sports betters move over to have a go a poker, dead money reely lol but be warned every donkey has his day lol

Also have you tried Ladrokes (microgaming) most tourneys are small buys with small fields to

Stevie

     
  10-Nov-09, 12:42   #15
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panictacgirl 
Joined: Nov '09
Location: United States
Age: 33 (F)
Posts: 38
I like Tilt, you never know how the tables will play out there. All sorts of knuckle heads get in and it's basically anyone's game. As far as other sites, I really like "Reefer" - they have freerolls often and it's great for beginners b/c they let you know what you're holding in your hand.. During the hand, the site would read something like: "A pair of aces and kings" - accordingly.

Hard to choose with so many options available Question

It's based on luck of the draw!

GOOD LUCK ON THE TABLES PLAYERS!

Big Smile PANIC

     
  10-Nov-09, 14:30   #16
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Mast3rKush 
Joined: Sep '09
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 30 (M)
Posts: 448
Posted by jessthehuman:

PKR is where I play and it's thought to be among the softest of todays generation, however you're either gonna love or hate the software. It's a mighty big change from any other. Also - worst software EVER for multi-tabling (although do-able - up to 4 tables) - PKR also has a rakeback offer via BRM - which STARS will never offer.


Yeah what is up with PKR's multitabling?! I have to keep checking what my cards are on each table & its pretty damn annoying lol dunno how you'd manage on that, nice software but slow play & wierd multitabling has disuaded me from depositing there...

     
  10-Nov-09, 17:22   #17
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Predobar 
Joined: Jan '08
Location: Croatia
Age: 43 (M)
Posts: 1308
b/c they let you know what you're holding in your
I cant remember which site does not have this feature. Somewhere its enabled by default and somewhere you have to enable it in options.

     
  10-Nov-09, 21:42   #18
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MichiBiggi 
Joined: Sep '09
Location: Ireland
Age: 58 (M)
Posts: 36
BigBet Poker might also be an option, because there are also enough Fishes ^^

     
  10-Nov-09, 22:00   #19
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MANUEDO 
Joined: Apr '08
Location: Italy
Age: 53 (M)
Posts: 1955
Would like to help you but I can't.
If I knew it I would became rich Big Smile
I can suggest Titan Poker for there are a lot of french players there, but I don't like its software.
Maybe a small, new poker room is suitable for you

     
  10-Nov-09, 23:11   #20
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psycokiller 
Joined: Sep '09
Location: Canada
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 776
I like FTP because of the competition. Either U do what U have to to become better and turn a profit or go broke fast.
Haven't played on too many sites but I find that Titan's not too tough if u pick and choose your hands. There always seems to be a donkey willing to pay just to say they can't be bluffed.

     
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