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Unabridged 12-14-2005 07:48 AM

PLO at sites other than party and pokerstars
 
specifically prima, absolute, ultimatebet
how many full ring tables are running on average at $25, 50, 100, 200?
if you know of any other sites with lots of low level tables, feel free to list them

Unabridged 12-14-2005 07:52 AM

Re: PLO at sites other than party and pokerstars
 
i'm not looking for a review of the strength of the games, i'm just looking for a good site to sign up with. i'd dl the clients and check myself, but i want to sign up with rakeback and don't want to waste the time signing up and finding out there's no games

ipp147 12-14-2005 08:16 AM

Re: PLO at sites other than party and pokerstars
 
[ QUOTE ]
i'm not looking for a review of the strength of the games, i'm just looking for a good site to sign up with. i'd dl the clients and check myself, but i want to sign up with rakeback and don't want to waste the time signing up and finding out there's no games

[/ QUOTE ]

I am in the UK so some games might run when I'm not about but.

Absolute - Don't bother

UB - Usually a 25/50 running. Sometimes a $100 and $200

Prima - Normally some shorthanded games running upto $400

Full Tilt - Normally has a $50 and $100 full game going

Crypto - Normally slightly higher limits running $200 and up.

Ladbrokes has lots of PLO games running if you are not from the States.

punter11235 12-14-2005 08:18 AM

Re: PLO at sites other than party and pokerstars
 
You can check Paradise.
They usually have many 50games and 400games. Sometimes something in between is going too. (In my Paradise days there raraly was a game at 100 or 200 level but now Paradise have more players and they're trying to attract plo players so I think you can give it a try).

mshalen 12-14-2005 09:40 AM

Re: PLO at sites other than party and pokerstars
 
UB usually will have a few 25 and 50 tables, 1 or 2 100 tables and spotty for higher.
Bodog usually has about 2 or 3 at 25 or 50, 3 100 tables and 1 or 2 at higher limits.
Interpoker: about a year ago had a fair number at all levels but during the last 6 months the number of tables has declined significantly.

Tilt 12-14-2005 11:55 AM

Re: PLO at sites other than party and pokerstars
 
How are the mid stakes UB games? I am thinking about going after their bonus but not if the action is much rockier than Party, Stars or PR.

Filip 12-14-2005 03:57 PM

Re: PLO at sites other than party and pokerstars
 
IMHO the games on UB have dried up, havent even played there for a while. I am doing my fishing elsewhere now [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]

dibbs 12-14-2005 04:04 PM

Re: PLO at sites other than party and pokerstars
 
It seems prima has a lot of euro players, I dont get why they never have running PLO games. This of course coming from the assumption that euros like PLO.

12-14-2005 08:57 PM

Re: PLO at sites other than party and pokerstars
 
Prima has had a little surge in games recently with a 3/6 usually going around and the 40/80 PL game has been up almost every day this week. Right now even has a 10/20 which isn't usually up.

6 handed are usually around those shorter stakes (2/4-.5/1) consistently. Most tables are 6 handed.

provee 12-15-2005 05:16 PM

Re: PLO at sites other than party and pokerstars
 
The 25 & 50 tables at UB are pretty good. Straight forward play with your big hands will make alot of money as people draw to longshots way too much. The 100 games seem to be tougher, but i haven't been playing them long enough to judge.


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