Joined: Mar '09
Age: 44 (F)
Find this hard to accomplish. Maybe if you ask from Party Poker to close down your account completely. If they are allowing for a new registration after that, then you can affiliate with another i guess, Unless of course they are reactivating your old one. You will get the most proper info from Party Poker, for the above.
1. He can NOT open another account, because the Party Poker Database keeps his name, date of birth and address. If he opens another account, the Database will indicate that the same name and the same date of birth person is trying to open another account. Automatically the new account will be banned permanently with no exceptions!
2. There is NO way to reaffiliate an OLD Party Poker account with a NEW affiliate Third Party site. When you create a new poker account through an affiliate site, you use a UNIQUE CODE downloading the poker client through that affiliate site. Every affiliate site has its UNIQUE CODES. The codes are used to be recognized the affiliate new accounts.
3. The most important things for one poker account are:
a) the real name of the person, b) his date of birth, c) your IP address.
As you already know, they can NOT be changed (a & b) if you did a mistake during the registration. Sometimes it is possible but you have to write a lot of explanations to their support.
The only way to make an affiliation from The BankrollMob website, which I am NOT recommending you is: to open a new Party Poker account using the identity of another family member of yours (name, date of birth, depositing methods etc) This is possible, because you don't harm the T&C of the poker room, but first you have to ask that family member (father, mother etc) if he agrees to use his identity (name, date of birth, bank account etc)
This is the only way for a new affiliation and not breaking the T&C of the poker room!
Trust me Plexo, I know what I am talking about, I know the rules because I worked for Party Gaming in the past years. But closing an old account and opening a newone with the same identity (name and date of birth), you are risking to be banned permanently from every poker room.
I hope you find this info helpful and first think well, then act responsible!