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07-19-2009 , 06:54 PM
What is a good book about option and commodity trading?
07-19-2009 , 07:15 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by stealthmunk
HSNL, thoughts on this hand vs a thinking nit with no real history.

Full Tilt Poker Game #13374640535: Table Bear (heads up) - $25/$50 - Pot Limit Omaha Hi - 20:20:13 ET - 2009/07/13
Seat 1: YourTimeIsUp ($5,673)
Seat 2: LokoIsBack ($5,449)
LokoIsBack posts the small blind of $25
YourTimeIsUp posts the big blind of $50
The button is in seat #2
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to YourTimeIsUp [Jh 5s 6c 7h]
LokoIsBack raises to $150
YourTimeIsUp has 15 seconds left to act
YourTimeIsUp calls $100
*** FLOP *** [9h 6d Th]
YourTimeIsUp checks
LokoIsBack bets $199
YourTimeIsUp calls $199
*** TURN *** [9h 6d Th] [6h]
YourTimeIsUp checks
LokoIsBack has 15 seconds left to act
LokoIsBack checks
*** RIVER *** [9h 6d Th 6h] [Kh]
YourTimeIsUp bets $550
LokoIsBack has 15 seconds left to act
LokoIsBack raises to $1,999
YourTimeIsUp has 15 seconds left to act
YourTimeIsUp has requested TIME
YourTimeIsUp raises to $5,324, and is all in
8/10
07-19-2009 , 07:47 PM
I am looking for a trusted respected high stakes player to moderate a bet for me. The moderation is very simple, check VPP's on poker stars now (which might not even need to happen if Scottyy pm's back) and to confirm Super Nova Elite Jan 1 (which really doesn't need to happen either). So I am mainly looking for a high stakes trusted respected professional to escrow money with just a little bit of moderation. I will pay you a fee of $500 for your troubles.

Please PM, or post in thread of who I need to talk to.

Thanks,

Brian
07-19-2009 , 08:41 PM
tigers are very scary in tours imo
07-19-2009 , 11:04 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by 2eazy
The only time i think poker is a option over finishing school is if your making over 500k a year playing poker
ya and it doesn't matter where you live, what you're going to school for, how you're doing in school, how far along you are, or what your plans for the future are. 500k is the number.
07-19-2009 , 11:09 PM
yay I can quit school!

oh wait....
07-19-2009 , 11:27 PM
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Originally Posted by nuggetz87
ya and it doesn't matter where you live, what you're going to school for, how you're doing in school, how far along you are, or what your plans for the future are. 500k is the number.
haha
07-19-2009 , 11:35 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by nuggetz87
ya and it doesn't matter where you live, what you're going to school for, how you're doing in school, how far along you are, or what your plans for the future are. 500k is the number.
well, maybe u'll make 500k next yr. keeep on keepin on
07-20-2009 , 12:47 AM
or the fact that ONLINE POKER IS DEAD

we will all be flipping burgers and waiting tables this time next year
07-20-2009 , 03:09 AM
1. sorry i havent been on a forum since maybe when i was playing counter strike, but do i sense sarcasm when you say you need 500k a year in poker to take a year or 2 off of school? I did not hit that number last year, but it all depends on the individual person to make that choice.

2. if online really is dead then living in vegas only makes sense for now?
07-20-2009 , 03:29 AM
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Originally Posted by kochchicago
1. sorry i havent been on a forum since maybe when i was playing counter strike, but do i sense sarcasm when you say you need 500k a year in poker to take a year or 2 off of school? I did not hit that number last year, but it all depends on the individual person to make that choice.

2. if online really is dead then living in vegas only makes sense for now?
Your sarcasm detector was wrong twice
07-20-2009 , 04:18 AM
Did you guys ever hear about FTP taking some money from you everytime you deposit?

I messaged my rakeback guy asking why I didnt get any rakeback for the past 2 months.

(note that I busted ~*50k in the past two months and deposited a ton at the end of june for WSOP stakes)...



He told me that deposit fees were deducted from the rakeback. Those fees were between 5000 and 6000$.

I mean jesus christ. I really lost 6000$ depositing on ftp?
07-20-2009 , 04:41 AM
Maybe you should include what type of method you used to deposit? No way this can be correct with wires.. wow if its neteller =/
07-20-2009 , 05:00 AM
Currency exchange?
07-20-2009 , 05:18 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kirbynator
Did you guys ever hear about FTP taking some money from you everytime you deposit?

I messaged my rakeback guy asking why I didnt get any rakeback for the past 2 months.

(note that I busted ~*50k in the past two months and deposited a ton at the end of june for WSOP stakes)...



He told me that deposit fees were deducted from the rakeback. Those fees were between 5000 and 6000$.

I mean jesus christ. I really lost 6000$ depositing on ftp?
wat. A wire transfer is like $30.
07-20-2009 , 05:20 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kirbynator
Did you guys ever hear about FTP taking some money from you everytime you deposit?

I messaged my rakeback guy asking why I didnt get any rakeback for the past 2 months.

(note that I busted ~*50k in the past two months and deposited a ton at the end of june for WSOP stakes)...



He told me that deposit fees were deducted from the rakeback. Those fees were between 5000 and 6000$.

I mean jesus christ. I really lost 6000$ depositing on ftp?
sounds about right. ewallets take a huge fee for deposits. not sure why, but the number that comes to mind is 4-6%
07-20-2009 , 05:57 AM
WTF this can't be right. I pull money off and on stars, FT, lucky ace etc all the time. You telling me they charge us through rb hits everytime? I use neteller btw.
07-20-2009 , 06:27 AM
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Originally Posted by Phaze 1
WTF this can't be right. I pull money off and on stars, FT, lucky ace etc all the time. You telling me they charge us through rb hits everytime? I use neteller btw.
yeah, they do charge for deposits but that seems insanely high
07-20-2009 , 07:29 AM
I use moneybookers, and as long as I keep all my accounts in the same currency it's free to deposit/witdraw to whatever sites and bankaccounts. I've got a "pro gambler" vip account, but that's like ridic easy for any of you guys to get. I think it's like only a €1,8 or something fee for deposit/withdrawal with a regular account anyways (as long as you keep to the same currency obv).
07-20-2009 , 08:08 AM
klb, it's free for you but not the site. sites like ft charge you in terms of hits to your mgr.

phaze, i don't think there is a charge for withdrawls.
07-20-2009 , 09:59 AM
ok, i wont post in this forum if i am not wanted.
07-20-2009 , 12:34 PM
moneybookers, every account in usd, etc.

Quote:
Originally Posted by klb.
I use moneybookers, and as long as I keep all my accounts in the same currency it's free to deposit/witdraw to whatever sites and bankaccounts. I've got a "pro gambler" vip account, but that's like ridic easy for any of you guys to get. I think it's like only a €1,8 or something fee for deposit/withdrawal with a regular account anyways (as long as you keep to the same currency obv).
i am vip too

Last edited by Kirbynator; 07-20-2009 at 12:45 PM.
07-20-2009 , 01:38 PM
Hi, *me*.

Last month you still had a quite big deduction by FTP for ($5 880,00) for Player fees, which is usually for depositing. This brought your rake to a negative amount which is why you haven't received anything. Do you know why you might have such high fees? We can check to confirm with FTP what the deductions were for. We await your response to further assist you.

-rakeback support guy
07-20-2009 , 01:58 PM
FTP deducts for sure
07-20-2009 , 02:00 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by klb.
I use moneybookers, and as long as I keep all my accounts in the same currency it's free to deposit/witdraw to whatever sites and bankaccounts. I've got a "pro gambler" vip account, but that's like ridic easy for any of you guys to get. I think it's like only a 1,8 or something fee for deposit/withdrawal with a regular account anyways (as long as you keep to the same currency obv).
everytime u deposit with moneybookers, ftp is charged a fee...i think standard is 3%....so for 50k, that's $1500

      
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