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Is rakeback really profitable?  0   
I don't really understand what rakeback is? Can someone help me?
Do you know if it is really profitable for a NL10 player?

     
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Rake is money the casino charge from the pot. Rakeback is not really profit cause it's a small part of the money you paid in rake you get back. But let's say you got a 50% rakeback deal and you play enough to rake 100$ for the casino, then in the end of the month you will get 50% back which is 50$ then you only paid 50$ in rake contra the 100$ you would have paid without a rakeback deal.

Most rakeback deals say you must rake atleast 100$/month to get your 50%(or whatever your deal is) back which can be hard to do on NL10. But from NL25 and up you pay to much if you don't have a rakeback/cashback deal.

     
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Rakeback is only good if you're a high volume player. If you only play an hour a day (or a couple of sngs) then it's probably not gonna make any difference for you.

     
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And how can you get a rakeback deal ?

     
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Yes if you play regurly everyday couple off hours its just extra free money.
On NL10 you dont get much rakeback i think but hey its free so yes do it Smile

BRM has many rakeback-deals so check it out Smile

     
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Posted by doomdy:
On NL10 you dont get much rakeback i think but hey its free so yes do it Smile
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I am not ok with you ... I raked about 25 - 30$ a week in FTP, it's not a huge amount but if you play NL10, that means your bankroll is not more than 100$ so 1/3 of bankroll !!!

Rakeback is really important for me. and on full tilt, it's shared rake so if you play SS, it s really good for you

     
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I think that even for players at 0,25-0,50 you have to put in a decenst amount of hours to reach the $100 mark each month...

     
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Posted by Noogey:
I am not ok with you ... I raked about 25 - 30$ a week in FTP, it's not a huge amount but if you play NL10, that means your bankroll is not more than 100$ so 1/3 of bankroll !!!

Rakeback is really important for me. and on full tilt, it's shared rake so if you play SS, it s really good for you

$30 rakeback a week with NL10? Wow didnt know, not bad mate Smile
Your playing more as 1 table right?

     
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I'm still chewing through different first deposit bonuses, witch are, I belive, often pretty much like rakeback. When you reach a certain amount of points you get 5 or 10 dollars, and so on... But if one should, one day, feel that one needs rakeback, how does it work? Can you ask a site, where you are already playing, if they can give you rakeback? Or is it only if you are a new player that they offer such things?

     
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Posted by Pjot:
I'm still chewing through different first deposit bonuses, witch are, I belive, often pretty much like rakeback. When you reach a certain amount of points you get 5 or 10 dollars, and so on... But if one should, one day, feel that one needs rakeback, how does it work? Can you ask a site, where you are already playing, if they can give you rakeback? Or is it only if you are a new player that they offer such things?


as a rule, only to new players.

     
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Yes it profitable
If I knew in the beginning that I could have rakeback, I would have bought a car with the rake i should have recovered Aww crap! Aww crap!

     
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i play alot of limit holdem at the 1/2$ limit and i rake about [email protected] a month i got a 30% rakebackdeal si yes its profitable

     
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In the beginning you probably won't make much from rakeback.
The problem is later on if you sign up to a site with out it and you then start playing at a decent level you would lose thousands.
But more importantly its a must for cash players. I have cash players who can rake over $1000 a week. So if they never had rakeback they would be out a fortune.
So its not really important if you plan to play $1-$2 tournaments maybe twice a week but if you ever want to take poker seriously you will need it.

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In the beginning you probably won't make much from rakeback.
The problem is later on if you sign up to a site with out it and you then start playing at a decent level you would lose thousands.
But more importantly its a must for cash players. I have cash players who can rake over $1000 a week. So if they never had rakeback they would be out a fortune.
So its not really important if you plan to play $1-$2 tournaments maybe twice a week but if you ever want to take poker seriously you will need it.

     
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Is it still April fools?

     
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For beginner poker players its better to take the first deposit bonus, many are 50%/60% rakeback just search on the net.

     
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Posted by doomdy:
For beginner poker players its better to take the first deposit bonus, many are 50%/60% rakeback just search on the net.


You can get both Smile

     
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Posted by M3turbo:
Posted by doomdy:
For beginner poker players its better to take the first deposit bonus, many are 50%/60% rakeback just search on the net.


You can get both Smile

Yes true lol Big Smile
I told you, i get 30% rakeback and every 2 months i get a reload, normally they allways deduct, but not with me Tongue i dont know why, they only deduct 50% really crazy Smile

     
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Then why do say it's better for beginner to take only bonus when they can get bonus and rakeback Confused ?

     
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Posted by M3turbo:
Then why do say it's better for beginner to take only bonus when they can get bonus and rakeback Confused ?

Ok, yes ur right, but...
If i ask other players at rakeback at PKR they all say reload is deducted so i dont know why its not with me.
Offcourse a new player allways have to sign up for rakeback and do the first deposit offer your right Smile

(I thought you just meant me with my double rakeback thingy)

     
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Maybe you charmed the support lady Big Smile

     
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