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Old 12-28-2005, 11:52 PM
grouchie grouchie is offline
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Default Eurobet RB Question

Just curious how this is going to work.
When Eurobet switched over to Pokerroom I took advantage of the $600 Bonus.

I am still clearning that but am not going to beable to finish it until sometime in Janurary.

So Since i've played a ton of hands in December trying to clear it, how is my Rake Back going to work?

Does the bonus only count against my MGR when it hits my account? Or will they have some sort of leverage against my MGR because i'm trying to clear the bonus.
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Old 12-29-2005, 12:37 AM
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Default Re: Eurobet RB Question

The bonus is not subtracted until it is credited.
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Old 12-29-2005, 01:05 AM
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That is true, they do not deduct until the bonus is cleared, but you should check with your affiliate on whether or not he will pay you. Some affiliates do not pay until you have paid the full bonus amount. If for example you have paid $600 in rake and have a $600 bonus pending it would not be very wise from the affiliates standpoint to pay you for the $600 because your rake is really zero and the affiliate could stand to lose a few hundred bucks if you stop playing after the bonus is cleared. However, he should have no reason not to pay you the difference if you have paid more in rake than your pending bonus amount.
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