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Making Money from Rakeback - Fact or Fiction?

6 April 2010
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You hear it all the time, online grinders claiming that they make most of their money from rakeback. I’m sorry but that’s just upside-down. Rakeback means that you get back a piece of the money you’ve paid to the poker room. How could you make money by first paying money and then getting part of it back? It doesn’t make sense.

Making Money from Rakeback - Fact or Fiction?

6 April 2010 , By: Charlie River
dollar arrows.web
You hear it all the time, online grinders claiming that they make most of their money from rakeback. I’m sorry but that’s just upside-down. Rakeback means that you get back a piece of the money you’ve paid to the poker room. How could you make money by first paying money and then getting part of it back? It doesn’t make sense.

Phil Ivey Suspended for Multi-Accounting

1 April 2010 , By: compncards
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Full Tilt Poker announced today that Phil Ivey's red pro status has been suspended for six months following an investigation that revealed multi-accounting on his part. Full Tilt's media liaison April Lewbonky told media members in attendance "Mr. Ivey has been spotted playing under the account "Studdly" in lower stake games on the sites and in smaller tournaments. Upon further investigation, we discovered that the account originated from his IP address and further study of hand histories pointed that Mr.
Categories: Full Tilt Poker, Howard Lederer, Phil Ivey

Gremlins Attack UB

31 March 2010 , By: compncards
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Let’s say you were you playing in a tournament and the following happened: You enter the event being guaranteed a cap of a certain number of players.   However, registration continues past that cap and the number exceeds the cap: Next, you are granted a bye into Round 2 of this event.   When you start the Round 2 match, you have half the chips of your opponent. OR You play Round 1 only to find out that you have to play it again.
Categories: Annie Duke, Gremlins, Heads-up poker, UB
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