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  26-Dec-19, 04:25   #1
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fisherman19 
Joined: Nov '19
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 37 (M)
Posts: 6
im looking to test out other sites....can anyone tell me the top trusted sites that don't give withdrawal problems?

     
  26-Dec-19, 15:52   #2
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shaded 

Joined: Dec '09
Location: Serbia and Montenegro
Age: 34 (M)
Posts: 300
I mean alot of sites will never give you any withdrawal problems, beside the regular picture of the ID or something like that. Others that ask for more then that or just for more time are probably just scammers, you cant go wrong with Pokerstars, Partypoker, Fulltilt i gues

     
  27-Dec-19, 10:16   #3
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CALICUL 
Joined: Jan '14
Location: Romania
Age: 41 (M)
Posts: 5959
I don't think there will be major problems for players in the United Kingdom when they want to withdraw something. The important thing is to win and after that will see how long it will take, for that money to come into his account. The first thing is to play well and then focus on the win.

     
  5-Jan-20, 00:08   #4
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RLipman90 
Joined: Mar '15
Location: Netherlands
Age: 30 (M)
Posts: 72
with partypoker you can't go wrong at least in my opinion, pay outs are always quick and never had any issues with iti

     
  5-Jan-20, 23:19   #5
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CALICUL 
Joined: Jan '14
Location: Romania
Age: 41 (M)
Posts: 5959
The best poker rooms in my opinion are Pokerstars and Party Poker when you want to withdraw money. 888 Poker caused me two problems to my last two withdrawals. Some of the money was sent on the Visa card and another on Skrill but i didn't ask for it. It's ugly what's going on here.

     
  6-Jan-20, 17:07   #6
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Mober 
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
Age: 43 (F)
Posts: 14136
Some sites have rules about cash outs, ones that involve what you are describing here.
According to your depositing methods. they have the right to choose different methods to cash out
your money.
For example most sites cashing out the equal amount of money to the way you used to deposit,
for example a credit card and the exceeding amount to your requested method.

     
  6-Jan-20, 17:18   #7
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bowie1984 

Joined: Apr '12
Location: Hungary
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 7065
Posted by fisherman19:
im looking to test out other sites....can anyone tell me the top trusted sites that don't give withdrawal problems?

Just search for poker/gambling sites which has exclusive UK license now, those should not give you a hard time in any case. The field might change after Brexit though, maybe you are better off waiting a bit.

     
  6-Jan-20, 23:31   #8
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CALICUL 
Joined: Jan '14
Location: Romania
Age: 41 (M)
Posts: 5959
He must to play in 888 poker because even though this room is based in Gibraltar, he is actually an Englishman and has many favors for players of this country. He has real chances for profit and it will be good if he plays there. Another room would be Pokerstars.

     
  10-Jan-20, 22:59   #9
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copyyy2k 

Joined: Sep '18
Location: Serbia
Age: 22 (M)
Posts: 169
Avoid sites with Rival games only , those are running without license and are utter garbage.

Try to find sites with UKKKKKKKKKKK don't know why site removes it when you type it properly.^ or malta license, those are good.

Curacao isnt bad either, depends on the site you are playing on.

Every site expect some BTC ones that are running without license are gonna ask you to go through KYC- Know your custromer - ID/passport pic/ proof of an adres/ deposit etc.

     
  11-Jan-20, 14:33   #10
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Skpmorita 
Joined: Feb '14
Location: Tunisia
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 2133
i dont see the catch on playing on many sites
i guess people would be looking for new sites so they can play fish there , it is interesting to me
i hadnt got on a new site in a long time
but if i get some nice offers i think i would



     
  11-Jan-20, 15:28   #11
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bowie1984 

Joined: Apr '12
Location: Hungary
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 7065
Posted by Skpmorita:
i dont see the catch on playing on many sites i guess people would be looking for new sites so they can play fish there , it is interesting to me i hadnt got on a new site in a long time but if i get some nice offers i think i would

With poker - playing on different sites gets you to play against different playerpools. Some are easier to beat than others. with the casino games, different sites gets you different wagering requirements when it comes to deposit bonuses - sometimes it makes great a difference.

     
  11-Jan-20, 19:03   #12
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MobsterJames 

Joined: Mar '19
Location: Canada
Age: 35 (M)
Posts: 59
Posted by shaded:
I mean alot of sites will never give you any withdrawal problems, beside the regular picture of the ID or something like that. Others that ask for more then that or just for more time are probably just scammers, you cant go wrong with Pokerstars, Partypoker, Fulltilt i gues


Haha. I wanted to change my email on a site called PokerMatch and i sent them my ID.

They said it wasnt enough. They said i need to go to the store and buy a webcam and join a skype or video conference and i need to smile and wave at them.

Might not be a scam as the site is well known. Agree But uh... Its mentally insane to request that. Government ID is enough. A phone call in addition to my ID is enough. Confirmation of details in addition to a phone call and my identification is enough. Aww crap!

Ah well. There are amazing value tournaments and freerolls on PokerMatch. But just like every other site that fails. I think this will bite them in the ass.

I also wouldn't trust *any* site at all. Because even the best sites ie PartyPoker admit to banning hundreds of bots a month. And the next month they ban more.

15 years ago, i would consider it an abomination if our predictions were true about bots (and they were).

Dont trust them because they say they remove bots. Dont trust them just because they reluctantly tell you its rigged. I know the sites hate bots because it might destroy our game. But there are many people involved and security teams and reasons to trust or to not trust a poker site.

Edited by MobsterJames (11 January 2020 @ 19:47 GMT)


     
  15-Jan-20, 14:24   #13
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MobsterJames 

Joined: Mar '19
Location: Canada
Age: 35 (M)
Posts: 59
i wanted to clarify that the site was pokrdom and NOT pokrmatch.

     
  20-Jan-20, 18:11   #14
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bowie1984 

Joined: Apr '12
Location: Hungary
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 7065
Posted by MobsterJames:
I also wouldn't trust *any* site at all. Because even the best sites ie PartyPoker admit to banning hundreds of bots a month. And the next month they ban more.

You do realize that companies who are taking the extra mile to identify you as the actual account holder (via webcam) are doing this in order to make sure you are not a bot IRL.
These two things are actually connected.

     
  21-Jan-20, 17:26   #15
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MobsterJames 

Joined: Mar '19
Location: Canada
Age: 35 (M)
Posts: 59
Posted by bowie1984:
Posted by MobsterJames:
I also wouldn't trust *any* site at all. Because even the best sites ie PartyPoker admit to banning hundreds of bots a month. And the next month they ban more.

You do realize that companies who are taking the extra mile to identify you as the actual account holder (via webcam) are doing this in order to make sure you are not a bot IRL.
These two things are actually connected.


Cant believe you are actually defending this insanity from this one site. At least you are being respectful about it. And you do make a very good point.

No, sorry they can have the copy of my ID. Im not going to go to the store to buy a webcam to smile and wave at them. Big Smile

     
  21-Jan-20, 23:56   #16
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bowie1984 

Joined: Apr '12
Location: Hungary
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 7065
Posted by MobsterJames:
Cant believe you are actually defending this insanity from this one site. At least you are being respectful about it. And you do make a very good point.

No, sorry they can have the copy of my ID. Im not going to go to the store to buy a webcam to smile and wave at them. Big Smile

I am not defending this insanity but the majority of cheating in these places are coming hand-in-hand with an identity theft (where an already banned member buy a fresh account at some online black market) and coming back to use bots to do once again what he got banned for in the first place.
So I know it's insane but I won't hold it against them if they want to make sure you are who you are.

     
  22-Jan-20, 00:38   #17
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MobsterJames 

Joined: Mar '19
Location: Canada
Age: 35 (M)
Posts: 59
Posted by bowie1984:
Posted by MobsterJames:
Cant believe you are actually defending this insanity from this one site. At least you are being respectful about it. And you do make a very good point.

No, sorry they can have the copy of my ID. Im not going to go to the store to buy a webcam to smile and wave at them. Big Smile

I am not defending this insanity but the majority of cheating in these places are coming hand-in-hand with an identity theft (where an already banned member buy a fresh account at some online black market) and coming back to use bots to do once again what he got banned for in the first place.
So I know it's insane but I won't hold it against them if they want to make sure you are who you are.


TY for the info,

Oh im not holding it against them. Im just obviously unable to access my account and this is ok as i never intended to put in huge volume at the site.

I guess discussion about these new procedures is good. Thumbs Up

If they are secure.. im ok with them having a copy of my ID.

     
  22-Jan-20, 20:32   #18
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maragatero 
Joined: Oct '16
Location: Argentina
Age: 66 (M)
Posts: 2429
Hi fisherman19, you can trust in all the poker sites that Bank Roll Mob promote. You have to see it in the "Review" page, there are the sites that are actually proposing (it change time by time). I only had really problems with Duck Poker. They disappeared and stold me $ 130, that was an enormus bite to my bankroll. Angry

     
  23-Jan-20, 15:13   #19
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crankmuppet 
Joined: Oct '13
Location: Canada
Age: 56 (F)
Posts: 312
Posted by maragatero:
Hi fisherman19, you can trust in all the poker sites that Bank Roll Mob promote. You have to see it in the "Review" page, there are the sites that are actually proposing (it change time by time). I only had really problems with Duck Poker. They disappeared and stold me $ 130, that was an enormus bite to my bankroll. Angry


Somewhat of a oxymoronic statement, good maragatero, since Duck Poker was promoted here and proved itself to be untrustworthy.

However, it's estimated that more than 1/2 of all new startups go bankrupt in the first year.

The internet is also the perfect place to open a gambling business and abscond with your customer's money - it's the wild west out there and there ain't no sherriffs watching your back pardner.

     
  23-Jan-20, 16:34   #20
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bowie1984 

Joined: Apr '12
Location: Hungary
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 7065
Posted by maragatero:
I only had really problems with Duck Poker. They disappeared and stold me $ 130, that was an enormus bite to my bankroll. Angry

If you deposited on your own to Duck then I dunno what to tell you - actually there were a truckload of different threads on this forum about them being not trustworthy despite they were promoted here heavily.
If you made that $130 from the NDB and playing freerolls then that money was never really yours in the first place anyway.

     
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