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  9-Jun-09, 19:05   #1
Rosso Poker, Scam? 0 
males 

Joined: May '08
Location: Portugal
Age: 29 (M)
Posts: 144
Some time ago, before i started playing in Virgin Poker, i played a little in rosso Poker, and i played a couple of freerolls and some cash tables and win 50 dollars or less. a few weeks later i stop playing there because that poker room has really few players in it, and when i say few i mean like 6 or 7 people in the whole tables sometimes.
So i stoppped playing there and started playing Virgin, where i know have my bankroll up to 300€(started with 10), and today i started thinking about that money i have at rosso and what a great thing would it be to join it to my virgin bankroll Big Smile .BUT in order to do that i first have to make a 20 dollar deposit in rosso

so i started "googling" to see if anyone has any complains about rosso poker cashout service(because with that few players it difficult to trust them when they say they are paying me up) and i was not admired to see a lot of people complaining about that site being a scam..

so what im asking here to you guys is an opinion. should i risk 20$ to then withraw 70$(20+50), or shouldnt i risk my precious money? i mean, did any of of guys ever tried to casgout in there?if yes, what happened?



     
  9-Jun-09, 19:22   #2
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shokaku 

Joined: May '08
Location: Germany
Age: 54 (M)
Posts: 6690
Didn't even know this site existed. But the facts on some of the forums are quite clear. I would not deposit any money at this poker room.

     
  9-Jun-09, 19:32   #3
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Fakiry 

Joined: Apr '09
Location: Portugal
Age: 39 (M)
Posts: 4815
I don't know that room either, but one thing is for almost for sure: you will not loose your $20. I never heard of people loosing money in rooms just because they don't release it after deposit. For instance, i have a friend that decided to try some casinos and, in one of them, he decided to make a deposit because, with the money of the no deposit bonus, he had quadruplicated it (turn $50 em $200). So he made a $50 deposit and when he tried to withdraw the all, site said it wasnt possible. It spoken to the call center very hangry because the site said it would be possible, but on the phone they told him he had to transform de bonus to 200 times bigger. In the end they gave him his $50 back, but not any cent more.

     
  9-Jun-09, 19:41   #4
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males 

Joined: May '08
Location: Portugal
Age: 29 (M)
Posts: 144
Posted by Fakiry:
I don't know that room either, but one thing is for almost for sure: you will not loose your $20. I never heard of people loosing money in rooms just because they don't release it after deposit. For instance, i have a friend that decided to try some casinos and, in one of them, he decided to make a deposit because, with the money of the no deposit bonus, he had quadruplicated it (turn $50 em $200). So he made a $50 deposit and when he tried to withdraw the all, site said it wasnt possible. It spoken to the call center very hangry because the site said it would be possible, but on the phone they told him he had to transform de bonus to 200 times bigger. In the end they gave him his $50 back, but not any cent more.


yes but what if the site is broke and they are about to close? i dont think they are paying me if thats the case

     
  9-Jun-09, 23:55   #5
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fochizza 

Joined: May '08
Location: Belgium
Age: 35 (M)
Posts: 467
Indeed, its a gamble. I have read about people playing those freerolls becouse they were so easy but i dont know if they were able to withdraw it.

     
  10-Jun-09, 02:52   #6
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Mucking 

Joined: Oct '08
Location: Denmark
Age: 35 (M)
Posts: 198
Just forget you 50$ at Rosso-poker or what it is called!

You won them for free.. And even if you deposit there to withdraw i bet they will say something like that you have to clear number of hands befre you can do that Blink

Just leave them there or play toyou get something bigger with risky play!

It was free afterall!

     
  10-Jun-09, 04:16   #7
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T3ddyKGB 

Joined: Oct '08
Location: Germany
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 2023
never heard of it.

i also wouldnt deposit there. play a $50 buy in tourny ? (if possible lol since theres only 6-7 players?)
and if you make $500 out of it then i would deposit those $20 and try my luck.


     
  10-Jun-09, 10:03   #8
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fcumred 

Joined: Apr '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 50 (M)
Posts: 1238
From everything I have heard of Rosso Poker you should not deposit one cent with them

When the site first opened they were advertising that they were audited by a firm of accountants in Malta. Further investigation found that the firm in fact did indeed exist but they denied any knowledge of working with Rosso Poker. The firm then had to seek legal advice to get Rosso Poker to remove their name from the website.

This was all within the first 2 months of it opening.

If a site can pull a stunt like that so early after opening its not to be trusted with your money.

Keep your $20. Put the waste of time down to experience and get shot of it asap.

     
  10-Jun-09, 16:14   #9
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DaneMitic 

Joined: Apr '09
Location: Germany
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 605
Posted by males:
Some time ago, before i started playing in Virgin Poker, i played a little in rosso Poker, and i played a couple of freerolls and some cash tables and win 50 dollars or less. a few weeks later i stop playing there because that poker room has really few players in it, and when i say few i mean like 6 or 7 people in the whole tables sometimes.
So i stoppped playing there and started playing Virgin, where i know have my bankroll up to 300�(started with 10), and today i started thinking about that money i have at rosso and what a great thing would it be to join it to my virgin bankroll Big Smile .BUT in order to do that i first have to make a 20 dollar deposit in rosso

so i started "googling" to see if anyone has any complains about rosso poker cashout service(because with that few players it difficult to trust them when they say they are paying me up) and i was not admired to see a lot of people complaining about that site being a scam..

so what im asking here to you guys is an opinion. should i risk 20$ to then withraw 70$(20+50), or shouldnt i risk my precious money? i mean, did any of of guys ever tried to casgout in there?if yes, what happened?




You shouldnt risk it, because there are too many ppl complaining about that pokerroom.
I read smth about it on 2+2, its a scam for sure, imo.

     
  10-Jun-09, 16:22   #10
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Gottfriedx 
Joined: May '09
Location: Netherlands
Age: 30 (M)
Posts: 360
You shouldnt risk it, because there are too many ppl complaining about that pokerroom.
I read smth about it on 2+2, its a scam for sure, imo.


what he said...

     
  11-Jun-09, 02:28   #11
  0 
xxxbchxxx 

Joined: Nov '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 43 (M)
Posts: 2194
Posted by shokaku:
Didn't even know this site existed. But the facts on some of the forums are quite clear. I would not deposit any money at this poker room.


I to have not heard of rosso poker ...
I'd just go nuts on rosso and see if you can win $xxx . if you make it worth depositing $20 to withdrawal $xxx....
If it isn't a scam then you will be quids in.

     
  11-Jun-09, 15:19   #12
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jessthehuman 

Joined: Apr '09
Location: Australia
Age: 35 (M)
Posts: 6482
Posted by xxxbchxxx:
Posted by shokaku:
Didn't even know this site existed. But the facts on some of the forums are quite clear. I would not deposit any money at this poker room.


I to have not heard of rosso poker ...
I'd just go nuts on rosso and see if you can win $xxx . if you make it worth depositing $20 to withdrawal $xxx....
If it isn't a scam then you will be quids in.


+1

Great idea, see if you can turn $50 into $1k or something first.. then it will be a worthy gamble Blink

     
  11-Jun-09, 15:57   #13
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RonHogen 
Joined: Oct '08
Location: Netherlands
Age: 53 (M)
Posts: 29
Hi,

I've played on Rosso when they first started, throught those same freerolls, won about 250$ , deposit 20$ an cashed out after 3 days my 270$, without any problems.

Later I heard form some ppl I met there they were scammed , but not by Rosso but by other players, through player to player tranfers, what exacly happend I don't know exacly.

     
  11-Jun-09, 15:59   #14
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males 

Joined: May '08
Location: Portugal
Age: 29 (M)
Posts: 144
well after you guys said it, i tried to go on the room and play some crazy poker.problem is: no people in the room Big Smile

i think i just need to forget this money then

     
  15-Oct-10, 18:59   #15
  0 
fcumred 

Joined: Apr '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 50 (M)
Posts: 1238
Just to warn everyone this site is back operating again..

DO NOT TOUCH IT. ITS A SCAM.

The owner of this site is the same one who tried opening up another site recently ( cant remember the damn name now ) but its all one and the same company.

They will offer lots of freerolls blah blah blah then tell you that you need to deposit to withdraw. The moment you do they will do a runner.

If you have any doubts just type ROSSO POKER SCAM into Google and you will find out just what its all about..

     
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