Joined: Aug '08
Age: 47 (M)
This is a Question to BRM or anyone who knows the answer, is rake back good for affiliates pockets. ?? and what bonus would the every day player prefer?? i prefer instant but them bonuses are reserved for noobs.
Edited by intentcity4 (18 November 2008 @ 11:40 GMT)
Joined: Oct '08
Age: 45 (M)
that seem to be the problem and unfortunatly i have a no deposit at full tilt, but would like to have rakeback cos i like this room. but ok...that was one of my first pokerrooms, and i didnt know about rakeback yet. anyways i think i didnt express my self well. i try to get information about the pokerroom before i decide rakeback or no deposit.
lets say room A has not much traffic and the graphic sucks but offers alot tournaments, then i choose no deposit. to some people its not that important, but i play poker as hobby, so visual things are important to me. i try to comply with conditions to withdraw and only play tournaments.
room B has alot traffic (things u can read in forums), user-friendly, graphic etc (by screenshots) then i choose rakeback. room B is a room i spend the most of my time at, so it has to be a wise decision
Joined: Feb '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 50 (M)
Posted by T3ddyKGB: that seem to be the problem and unfortunatly i have a no deposit at full tilt, but would like to have rakeback cos i like this room. but ok...that was one of my first pokerrooms, and i didnt know about rakeback yet.
Got exactly the same problem with Full Tilt myself - I love the user interface and of course there's always plenty of traffic but I signed up with no rakeback before I knew better.
So now I just play the occasional torney there, playing cash games just doesn't make financial sense - shame really.