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DavidC
10-01-2005, 09:44 PM
... how to give rakeback to people who have already made accounts on their site?

These bonuses are slightly better than 25% RB, and if you don't have RB at their site, this is incentive enough to play, once Party/Pokernow shut down their rakebacks.

It's a huge pain in the ass compared to RB, but still better than just grinding it out without RB or a bonus.

--Dave.

jman220
10-01-2005, 11:20 PM
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... how to give rakeback to people who have already made accounts on their site?

These bonuses are slightly better than 25% RB, and if you don't have RB at their site, this is incentive enough to play, once Party/Pokernow shut down their rakebacks.

It's a huge pain in the ass compared to RB, but still better than just grinding it out without RB or a bonus.

--Dave.

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At lower limits I would think it would be significantly more than 25 percent RB equivalent, am I wrong here?

bpb
10-02-2005, 12:09 AM
The multipoker bonuses work out to 5 cents/hand.

A 6-max player with an average rake of $2/hand and 5 players at 25% rakeback is getting 10 cents/hand.

A full ring player with average rake of $3/hand and 9 players is getting 7.5 cents/hand.

So if you're playing above 3/6, rakeback is much better.

DavidC
10-02-2005, 03:19 AM
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... how to give rakeback to people who have already made accounts on their site?

These bonuses are slightly better than 25% RB, and if you don't have RB at their site, this is incentive enough to play, once Party/Pokernow shut down their rakebacks.

It's a huge pain in the ass compared to RB, but still better than just grinding it out without RB or a bonus.

--Dave.

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At lower limits I would think it would be significantly more than 25 percent RB equivalent, am I wrong here?

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Playing 2/4 I worked it out to be the equivalent of 5.80/hr in bonus vs 5.50/hr in rb, that's full ring play.

emonrad87
10-02-2005, 03:23 AM
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The multipoker bonuses work out to 5 cents/hand.

A 6-max player with an average rake of $2/hand and 5 players at 25% rakeback is getting 10 cents/hand.

A full ring player with average rake of $3/hand and 9 players is getting 7.5 cents/hand.

So if you're playing above 3/6, rakeback is much better.

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Average rakes are no where near that high though.

mosquito
10-02-2005, 07:49 AM
At 25NL the Bonus is essentially 100% rakeback, depending
on your avg raked pot.

I look for bigger pots, and avg 5.5 cents MGR per hand,
at full ring.

1p0kerb0y
10-02-2005, 08:27 AM
I have heard that rakeback can be combined with their bonuses for new accounts. Can anybody confirm this?

Cry Me A River
10-02-2005, 10:47 AM
Worked out to 174% rakeback for me at (mostly) $25NL. YMMV.

Check the Other Multi Bonus Thread (http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/showflat.php?Cat=&Number=3546983&page=0&view=colla psed&sb=5&o=&fpart=1) for details.

gila
10-02-2005, 03:59 PM
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I have heard that rakeback can be combined with their bonuses for new accounts. Can anybody confirm this?

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Yes

10-02-2005, 04:17 PM
Anyone think that these are going to become monthly? Hopefully they do cause I love NL25.

Piers
10-03-2005, 08:36 AM
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... how to give rakeback to people who have already made accounts on their site?

These bonuses are slightly better than 25% RB, and if you don't have RB at their site, this is incentive enough to play, once Party/Pokernow shut down their rakebacks.

It's a huge pain in the ass compared to RB, but still better than just grinding it out without RB or a bonus.

--Dave.

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I think they just about compensate for Multipoker's higher rake.

Tk79
10-03-2005, 09:38 AM
higher than what??

Piers
10-03-2005, 10:19 AM
Below 5/10 just about all sites with the exception of Action Poker and of course pokerroom.com.

J_B
10-03-2005, 06:06 PM
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Below 5/10 just about all sites with the exception of Action Poker and of course pokerroom.com.

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Umm, actually Party's rake structure is definately in the top half of rake structures at 2/4 level. UB is MUCH MUCH higher as an example.

Piers
10-03-2005, 08:19 PM
Sorry maybe I overstated. Below is my best guess of the average rake in dollars per hand per player at a 9 player table at various sites at, at various limits. Apart from $1/$2 Party is not so bad. (Not completely sure about Cryptologic, could not find a rake table anywhere, and Email exchanges with support at a couple skins of just led to frustration, so I have tried to work it out from my Poker Tracker data, guessed TribeceaNetís 15/30 rake as well.) I would be interested if you think I have goofed anywhere. Ralative values should be more accurate than absolute values.

1/2
PokerRoom.com 0.061
Party Poker 0.055
Boss$ 0.055
Action Poker 0.051
Poker Champs 0.051
Absolute 0.048
Cryptologic$ 0.048
24h Poker Euro 0.048
Jet Set 0.048
Prima 0.048
Bodog 0.048
Full Tilt 0.045
TribeceaNet 0.045
I Poker 0.045
GamesGrid 0.045
Paradise Poker 0.045
PokerBlue 0.045
Poker Stars 0.045
UltimateBet 0.045
Bugsysclub 0.045
True Poker 0.042

2/4
PokerRoom.com 0.126
Action Poker 0.111
Cryptologic$ 0.107
Jet Set 0.107
GamesGrid 0.107
UltimateBet 0.107
Absolute 0.097
Bodog 0.097
TribeceaNet 0.097
Bugsysclub 0.097
I Poker 0.095
24h Poker Euro 0.093
Poker Champs 0.084
Party Poker 0.084
Boss$ 0.084
Prima 0.074
Full Tilt 0.074
Paradise Poker 0.074
PokerBlue 0.074
True Poker 0.074
Poker Stars 0.072


3/6
PokerRoom.com 0.154
Action Poker 0.125
Jet Set 0.115
Cryptologic$ 0.112
GamesGrid 0.112
UltimateBet 0.112
Absolute 0.112
Bodog 0.112
TribeceaNet 0.112
Bugsysclub 0.112
Party Poker 0.109
Boss$ 0.109
Poker Champs 0.109
I Poker 0.103
24h Poker Euro 0.098
Prima 0.097
Full Tilt 0.097
Paradise Poker 0.097
PokerBlue 0.097
True Poker 0.097
Poker Stars 0.087

5/10
PokerRoom.com 0.182
Jet Set 0.173
Action Poker 0.172
GamesGrid 0.172
Cryptologic$ 0.172
Party Poker 0.170
Boss 0.170
Poker Champs 0.169
UltimateBet 0.164
Absolute 0.162
Bodog 0.162
Bugsysclub 0.162
TribeceaNet 0.162
Paradise Poker 0.162
Prima 0.162
Full Tilt 0.162
PokerBlue 0.162
True Poker 0.162
I Poker 0.160
Poker Stars 0.154
24h Poker Euro 0.131

10/20
GamesGrid 0.185
Cryptologic$ 0.185
Party Poker 0.185
Poker Champs 0.185
Prima 0.185
Action Poker 0.184
UltimateBet 0.184
Absolute 0.184
Bodog 0.184
TribeceaNet 0.184
Paradise Poker 0.184
Full Tilt 0.184
PokerBlue 0.184
True Poker 0.184
Poker Stars 0.181
I Poker 0.181
Boss$ 0.167
PokerRoom.com 0.161
24h Poker Euro 0.124

15/30
Action Poker 0.186
Absolute 0.186
Full Tilt 0.186
True Poker 0.186
TribeceaNet 0.186
I Poker 0.184
Party Poker 0.183
Prima 0.183
GamesGrid 0.181
Paradise Poker 0.181
PokerBlue 0.181
Poker Stars 0.181
UltimateBet 0.175

Edit: 24hr is in Euros so not as good as it appears. Also this if for limit holdem games, no idea about No limit.

47outs
10-03-2005, 08:37 PM
I like it a lot better than rakeback. It gives me incentive to put in more hours, something that is nearly impossible now adays. Also you get your money as soon as it's cleared rather than a month down the road. Great system, for me anyway.

outs

10-03-2005, 08:51 PM
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I like it a lot better than rakeback. It gives me incentive to put in more hours, something that is nearly impossible now adays. Also you get your money as soon as it's cleared rather than a month down the road. Great system, for me anyway.

outs

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I feel the same way. Anything that can get me to commit to playing 40k+ hands a month is a good thing.

J_B
10-04-2005, 12:33 AM
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Below 5/10 just about all sites with the exception of Action Poker and of course pokerroom.com.

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Umm, actually Party's rake structure is definately in the top half of (best) rake structures at 2/4 level. UB is MUCH MUCH higher as an example.

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Tk79
10-04-2005, 07:47 AM
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I like it a lot better than rakeback. It gives me incentive to put in more hours, something that is nearly impossible now adays. Also you get your money as soon as it's cleared rather than a month down the road. Great system, for me anyway.

outs

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I feel the same way. Anything that can get me to commit to playing 40k+ hands a month is a good thing.

[/ QUOTE ]Thats a good point. If you add rakeback on top if it its a hell of a deal.