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I play on a few different ipoker- none too seriously but a little bit here and there.

I have a quick question, if i play in a tourney in one ipoker network does that have players across their ENTIRE network or just the one site?

im really interested and have googled this but have no info about it

     
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depends what site you play on...usually each site will have some of its own tourneys that are not offered to the entire network...hope that helped...good luck at the tables

     
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there are tournaments that are for the website and there are tournaments that plays for the entire network Thumbs Up and u can log in to the same tournament with several accounts (completly legal) Big Smile

     
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I know you can register for the same tourney at several sites on the same network but how are you opening 2 sites from the same network at the same time???this is not possible unless you have 2 computers with different ip address no???

     
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if i try and open another ipoker program it says only one allowed at a time.

how can i find out if a tourney is across all of just at one?

     
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Posted by Alelkz16:
there are tournaments that are for the website and there are tournaments that plays for the entire network Thumbs Up and u can log in to the same tournament with several accounts (completly legal) Big Smile


oh yeh, totally legal. they encourage it even.. Evil

I think most tourneys are across the site, except freerolls and ones that include the room name in the tourney name...I'm not sure how you'd be able to tell for sure... although the number of people registering to the tourney would be a bit a a clue.

     
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Posted by 911insidejob:
I know you can register for the same tourney at several sites on the same network but how are you opening 2 sites from the same network at the same time???this is not possible unless you have 2 computers with different ip address no???

Humm .... in computer science there is always a backdoor opened ... Blink

     
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Posted by Alelkz16:
there are tournaments that are for the website and there are tournaments that plays for the entire network Thumbs Up and u can log in to the same tournament with several accounts (completly legal) Big Smile


Sorry to say but it is not true.
I tried it in the past and it didnt' work: I registered in a tournament on a ipoker skin (TITAN), then closed it and opened a new skin (expekt) but when trying to register to the same tournament a message like this popped up: "there was a problem with your registration, contact support".

Try it and.....contact support if u like Blink


     
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Posted by magatt966:
Posted by Alelkz16:
there are tournaments that are for the website and there are tournaments that plays for the entire network Thumbs Up and u can log in to the same tournament with several accounts (completly legal) Big Smile


Sorry to say but it is not true.
I tried it in the past and it didnt' work: I registered in a tournament on a ipoker skin (TITAN), then closed it and opened a new skin (expekt) but when trying to register to the same tournament a message like this popped up: "there was a problem with your registration, contact support".

Try it and.....contact support if u like Blink


You should have tried to register first on Expekt and then on Titan. Might have worked Big Smile

     
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Posted by 911insidejob:
I know you can register for the same tourney at several sites on the same network but how are you opening 2 sites from the same network at the same time???this is not possible unless you have 2 computers with different ip address no???

Yep, two PCs should work, maybe even two virtual machines on one PC. But it would be cheating!

     
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Posted by shokaku:
maybe even two virtual machines on one PC

Sorry but nope! This solution won't work thus your ip is the same. You can do it in a PC but you need to work a little more Blink
You can run two different clients in two different pcs. In some cases you cannot register in the same stuff, for instance a SnG. They detect both computers owns to the same network

     
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Posted by DaMessiah666:
Posted by shokaku:
maybe even two virtual machines on one PC

Sorry but nope! This solution won't work thus your ip is the same. You can do it in a PC but you need to work a little more Blink
You can run two different clients in two different pcs. In some cases you cannot register in the same stuff, for instance a SnG. They detect both computers owns to the same network


Ok, that makes more sense already! Blink
You could probably do it by going through a proxy server on one or both PC's, but it might be a bit slow going.

The whole thing seems funny to me that it might be possible, because you could "collude" with yourself!! Big Smile

     
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Posted by IslandJack:
You could probably do it by going through a proxy server on one or both PC's, but it might be a bit slow going.

You said it, not me ... Blink

Posted by IslandJack:
The whole thing seems funny to me that it might be possible, because you could "collude" with yourself!! Big Smile

Don't discard this option in any case ...

     
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Posted by DaMessiah666:
Posted by IslandJack:
The whole thing seems funny to me that it might be possible, because you could "collude" with yourself!! Big Smile

Don't discard this option in any case ...


Yep, in both cash and sng / mtt it happens that players colludes with friends or "themselves". Sad
I always keep this in mind at the table when more people are involved in a pot.

     
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what's ipoker network?

     
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Titan mansion celeb 770 and a lot of other skins are all on the I poker network.

     
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