Posted by TheCardDemon
You're in fact asking two different questions, of which one is rather concealed but is more important than the "open" question you want us to answer.
Simply asking if Everest poker
is a good room is asking way too little. All depends on what you are trying to answer for yourself. And it seems to me that this "concealed" question is about "how can I build my bankroll in a safe and quick way, AND can I reasonably do it on Everest poker
If you look at the replies to your own poll, and take in consideration of how YOU feel about the site yourself, I think you have enough reasons and arguments to convince yourself of the fact that it IS a good site, but as mmost people admit : even when it is a good site (I'm NOT saying I agree), it surely has some serious flaws. But apparently YOU can live with those, so that doesn't seem to be the problem.
The question is : am I right in assuming that your question should really be : "can I build my bankroll on Everest Poker
If I am, then I would advise you to take some time off play and invest that time in "shopping around" for some really good sites that offer you considerably more (oh yes, those sites exist, plenty off them) possibilities to SAFELY and RAPIDLY building yourself a decent bankroll.
You certainly have a good start here at BankrollMob, which is one of the better communities I've come accross in the last year or so. What I'm saying is : don't only look at how to build a bankroll by PLAYING, also take a good and close look at which sites HELP you building a nice bankroll and (in the best case) give you a nice start in the form of a decent and fair No Deposit Bonus
or things like that. Don't only look at the things that SEEMINGLY offer you a good deal, like rakeback deals, because many of those deals are so deceiving (so always take the timpe to read the fine print !!!) that you're worse off than refusing the rakeback deal on thesame site.
I'm not going to give you a list of things to look for and why at this point. That would take me way too far. But if you want to go into all this much further, I suggest you send me a private message so I can give you some advice without having to post very long posts. And via PM's, we have the possibility of being slightly more "interactive", giving us the possibility to ask and answer more and more "pointed" questions.
I'm offering my help if yo think it can be usefull. But start with answering for yourself if my "concealed" question is or isn't really what you wanted to know. Always first DEFINE your problem to your best knowlegde and THEN start looking for answers.
Good luck, and maybe I'll hear from you later