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can we change passwords 4 pokerfreerolls here?  0   
We should help eachother !

     
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Posted by dianakyra:
We should help eachother !


Not a really good idea .... There are plenty of net site's out there where you can do that ...but you will be fround on big time..... with sites like this and outhers witch hold freerolls for there members there is an un-writen rule .... you do not give passwords away or sell them.

     
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Yeh, gotta agree with dunotra on this one (which is surprising, since he normally seems to condone anything dirty)

It would destroy the freerolls for a start.

For those that aren't up to depositing yet, or whatever and are still freeroll hunting, these exclusive freerolls are the best things they can get. If they get busted open and exploited they'll A) lose their value and B) be closed alltogether

     
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As someone who owns a poker forum and runs regular freeroll events for my members, the thought of PW leakers is just plain abhorrrent.

It costs me in excess of $2000 per year to run freeroll events. That money has to come out of my pocket, and in many cases I dont get the money back at all, its simply a marketing tool to keep interest in the site going.

People who leak and steal passwords fail to understaind that someone has to pay for that prize money. Just because its called a freeroll it doesnt mean that it doesnt cost someone money.

I would suggest that the original poster starts his own poker website, runs a couple of freerolls for his members, and then see what happens when 2000 people turn up all trying to win the $25 hes put up as prize money. Its quite disheartening to see that the prize fund when split between the top 200 amounts to little more than a few cents....


     
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Posted by jessthehuman:
It would destroy the freerolls for a start.



Yes. We'd hate it if our freeroll passwords were posted at other sites, so we don't want the passwords here either.

     
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Posted by Administrator:
Posted by jessthehuman:
It would destroy the freerolls for a start.



Yes. We'd hate it if our freeroll passwords were posted at other sites, so we don't want the passwords here either.

So listen to Fat Tony and keep them for yourself Blink

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Posted by fcumred:
As someone who owns a poker forum and runs regular freeroll events for my members, the thought of PW leakers is just plain abhorrrent.

It costs me in excess of $2000 per year to run freeroll events. That money has to come out of my pocket, and in many cases I dont get the money back at all, its simply a marketing tool to keep interest in the site going.

People who leak and steal passwords fail to understaind that someone has to pay for that prize money. Just because its called a freeroll it doesnt mean that it doesnt cost someone money.

I would suggest that the original poster starts his own poker website, runs a couple of freerolls for his members, and then see what happens when 2000 people turn up all trying to win the $25 hes put up as prize money. Its quite disheartening to see that the prize fund when split between the top 200 amounts to little more than a few cents....



A good way to stop random people from joining is to ask sites to issue 'tourney tickets' to the exclusive freerolls and only accounts linked/tagged to your site or specified will be able issued the tourney tickets so no need for passwords and players that didnt register from your site wontl be able to get in Cool

I know a ipoker and some other sites do this, just ask their support Big Smile

     
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ok tyvm

     
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