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Old 10-25-2005, 06:28 PM
AlmightyJay AlmightyJay is offline
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Default How is Titan poker?

I just finished the Absolute bonus and I'm at a loss as to where to go next. I have $550 and saw the Titan 100% up to $500 bonus on PSO. 3500 "stars" at 3 stars per raked hand at .50/1 and 6 at 1/2 (which I'm probably going to take a shot at soon) means only about 1200 raked hands, or 600 at 1/2. Considering the $150 bonus at Absolute took me 1,500 raked hands to clear, this seems reasonable.

I assume the site is tiny and has super tight tables, but is it worse than Absolute's three .50/1 20% VPIP tables at any given time? Is it unreputable? Or are there any other good reasons I shouldn't partake in this free bankroll doubler? [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]

FWIW, I've cleared Party, Pacific, Absolute, Paradise, Stars, bet365, SportingBet, and Casino.net. Apparently the ex-Party skins are crap now, and the Pokerroom and Full Tilt bonuses look like they'd take FOREVER, so I'm struggling to find my next bonus. Any help is appreciated.
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Old 10-25-2005, 06:31 PM
Schwartzy61 Schwartzy61 is offline
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Default Re: How is Titan poker?

WEll I'm pretty sure the 3500 stars is for the PSO promotion only. You will still have to clear the bonus at 1000 stars per $10.

I'm probably gonna sign up there this week and look at it this way. 4000 stars and I get $40 of bonus money plus I can get 9000 PSO points which is basically $90 cash.

As for the games I have no idea how soft or what kind of traffic, I guess I'll see you around those tables this week, perhaps...
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Old 10-25-2005, 06:37 PM
PennDisc PennDisc is offline
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Default Re: How is Titan poker?

Careful with that - it's not 6 stars per raked hand at 1/2, it's 6 stars per raked hand at 1/2 blinds, meaning you have to play 2/4 to get the max # stars per hand. The low limit tables were fairly loose, and I cleared my PSO promo there without any difficulty.
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Old 10-25-2005, 06:39 PM
Rastadon Rastadon is offline
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Default Re: How is Titan poker?

Games are very soft.

6 stars for 1/2 means 1/2 blinds, so it is really 2/4 limits.
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Old 10-25-2005, 06:52 PM
AlmightyJay AlmightyJay is offline
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Default Re: How is Titan poker?

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Games are very soft.

6 stars for 1/2 means 1/2 blinds, so it is really 2/4 limits.

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Ah ok, thanks (PennDisc too) for clarifying that.
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Old 10-25-2005, 06:54 PM
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Default Re: How is Titan poker?

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WEll I'm pretty sure the 3500 stars is for the PSO promotion only. You will still have to clear the bonus at 1000 stars per $10.

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Wait.. 1,000 stars per $10? That's 333 raked hands per $10, for 16,650 raked hands??? I would NEVER clear that bonus!
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Old 10-25-2005, 08:21 PM
Jett Rink Jett Rink is offline
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Default Re: How is Titan poker?

I signed up recently at Titan. After a week I look at it as though I will clear 4000 stars so I get the PSO bonus and $40 in Titan bonus.

As for the rest of the $460 in bonus available to me, it will only be cleared if I reach the conclusion that I like their site and play there for reasons other than the bonus.

In conclusion, Titan should be played for the PSO bonus and not the $500 bonus. If you happen to like it you may clear somewhere close to the $500 but it will take time. Still undecided if I will stick around after 4000 stars.

P.S. They give you $10 if you deposit right when you download the software.
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Old 10-25-2005, 11:09 PM
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I just finished the Absolute bonus

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Absolute bonuses never finish...
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Old 10-26-2005, 07:37 AM
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the $10 free was sweet
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Old 10-26-2005, 10:28 AM
DuggleBogey DuggleBogey is offline
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Default Re: How is Titan poker?

The same can be said of the Full Tilt bonus. You can complete the PSO bonus at Full Tilt in less than two hours of $100NL, but the 100% deposit bonus will take 6-10x as long.

But the PSO bonus is so simple, everyone should do it.
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