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Postby absinthe » Mon Mar 24, 2008 8:49 am

Hi all, since FT is only giving rakeback of 27% as compared to PokerStars, should i choose Pokerstars instead because of the lower cost they charge in tourny fees? I'm currently playing $1 + $0.25 at FT SNG, if im not wrong $1 SNG at stars is only charging $0.10 for the tourny fee right? Also, i have not deposited on my FT a/c but rather im running on a deposit a friend had transfered to me, so am i right to say FT wont be giving me any rakeback?! Enlighten me please!!
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Re: RAKEBACK but..? WTF?!

Postby ChanGs » Mon Mar 24, 2008 11:31 am

tournies in Ps are better compared to FTP.
But the rake for tournies in FTP for higher buyin touries are not high too.
both sites have very good tournies.
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Re: RAKEBACK but..? WTF?!

Postby ayasak » Mon Mar 24, 2008 5:48 pm

http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/showt ... p?t=159568

From the above link (pt 26), FT is experimenting with the idea of giving RB to existing players whom are not associated to an affiliate.

If you wanna play on FT w/ RB, i think you may wanna keep a look out on how this things are progressing.
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Re: RAKEBACK but..? WTF?!

Postby felixleong » Tue Mar 25, 2008 9:13 pm

if u plan to focus on tournaments, poker stars is the place to stay because of the massive attendence in the multi table tournaments with tons of dead money(fishes), and also their SNGs fill up real fast and u can multi table them plenty

if u plan to focus on cash games, its probably more worth it to find a site with soft competition and good rakeback (>27%)
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