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Old 12-14-2009, 01:04 PM   #9301
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Holy fkkkkk the bank transfer withdrawals are fast. Put one in late Saturday night before going out with friends. Money in my account this morning. Head asplode!
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Feels like they get fewer and fewer, takes longer to start tables too. A couple of months ago at 25NL the tables would fill up instantly, today not so fast

Edit: I'm always up for starting deep tables, we don't have to go crazy before anyone else joins if you don't feel comfy HU. Just shoot me a PM if I'm online.
Yeah, starting tables is the best and no need to reg war HU waiting for fish. Sorry to here tables are taking a long time to run. Are fish having trouble reloading or something?
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Old 12-14-2009, 01:33 PM   #9303
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Perhaps a little too much OOP. Some not folding when I should be folding. Some getting into big pots with hands that don't warrant it. Part of that is tilt induced with the upped aggression. Part of that is that perhaps I'm a little too zealous with trying to snap bluffs.

That sounds exactly like mine week end.

My problem is/was lately that I try to open my pre range more (15/12). That did not worked out well for me since I am still leaking on turn+river play.

Today I had a nice ~2BI up session in 470 hands playing 12/9. For sure I had some nice cards and fishs made ******ed plays like 6x over betting pot on flop with nothing/small. But it although remind me that I can beat the quarters pretty good while playing nitty.

BTW there is no shame in moving down for a bit when you do not feel comfortable at NL25 now. I could start shot taking at the fiddys now but I am nowhere near the skil set I want/need to have to make that step yet.
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Old 12-14-2009, 01:50 PM   #9304
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What sane heterosexual man wouldn't want the bottom half of this pic?
LINK!??????????
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Old 12-14-2009, 02:32 PM   #9306
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mpethy, one thing that I'm fairly confident will be a key to continuing my nittyness, is getting rid of the Super Turbo SNG and PLO cash games that I often mix into my tile. I like to incorporate them into my multitabling, but those games aren't the best to stay in proper nit-mode.

I used to play SNG and PLO to help with variance, and just to keep things fun... but I don't want to lose focus on what got me to where I'm at you know?





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Old 12-14-2009, 02:34 PM   #9307
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mpethy, one thing that I'm fairly confident will be a key to continuing my nittyness, is getting rid of the Super Turbo SNG and PLO cash games that I often mix into my tile. I like to incorporate them into my multitabling, but those games aren't the best to stay in proper nit-mode.

I used to play SNG and PLO to help with variance, and just to keep things fun... but I don't want to lose focus on what got me to where I'm at you know?

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I like to read this thread at work, so I appreciate if booby pics get put in spoil tags.

Muchas gracias.
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Old 12-14-2009, 03:10 PM   #9308
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Spoilers, please!!!
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fewer pictures, please!!!
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Old 12-14-2009, 04:23 PM   #9310
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boobies please! And not the full frontal ones but the ones like in the 2nd pic from the 3 above... num!
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Old 12-14-2009, 04:56 PM   #9311
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Holy fkkkkk the bank transfer withdrawals are fast. Put one in late Saturday night before going out with friends. Money in my account this morning. Head asplode!
Is this the wire transfer option? I had thought it was way more expensive, but apparently it's only a $10 MGR hit ($2.70 rake back hit) + either $10 or $20 charged by my bank. Compared to I think a $50 or $60 MGR hit for a check.
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I like to read this thread at work, so I appreciate if booby pics get put in spoil tags.

Muchas gracias.
+1. I work on a computer that others can see. Spoilers are appreciated.
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Old 12-14-2009, 05:03 PM   #9313
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Why isn't there an FTP reg porno thread?!?!?!?!?!?!?!
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Is this the wire transfer option? I had thought it was way more expensive, but apparently it's only a $10 MGR hit ($2.70 rake back hit) + either $10 or $20 charged by my bank. Compared to I think a $50 or $60 MGR hit for a check.
"Premium Bank Wire" And I can confirm the MGR hit, and 2day processing time.

As for fees... some bank in between FT and me takes ~3% (I'm guessing the processor)... and my bank (BoA, basterds)... takes a flat $12 fee.

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Old 12-14-2009, 05:18 PM   #9315
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Old 12-14-2009, 05:23 PM   #9316
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Is this the wire transfer option? I had thought it was way more expensive, but apparently it's only a $10 MGR hit ($2.70 rake back hit) + either $10 or $20 charged by my bank. Compared to I think a $50 or $60 MGR hit for a check.
I was talking about the "bank transfer" option, not the "premium bank wire". Its called "echeck" on stars, and is an ACH transfer into your bank account.
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Old 12-14-2009, 05:39 PM   #9317
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does ft offer echeck for withdrawal? i didn't think they did.
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Old 12-14-2009, 05:40 PM   #9318
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does ft offer echeck for withdrawal? i didn't think they did.
I just did a "echeck" like option from FT last night.
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Old 12-14-2009, 06:23 PM   #9319
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does ft offer echeck for withdrawal? i didn't think they did.
They call it "bank transfer", stars calls it "echeck", your bank will call it "ACH". It works on the same mechanism as direct deposit paychecks.
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Old 12-14-2009, 06:29 PM   #9320
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The only options listed when I click withdrawal in the FTP cashier window are premium bank wire, click2pay (which I can't select), and check. I've cashed out via check before; is there something I have to set-up to get "bank transfer" to show up as an option?

(oh, and i'm in the US, just to be clear)
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Old 12-14-2009, 06:41 PM   #9321
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The only options listed when I click withdrawal in the FTP cashier window are premium bank wire, click2pay (which I can't select), and check. I've cashed out via check before; is there something I have to set-up to get "bank transfer" to show up as an option?

(oh, and i'm in the US, just to be clear)
Honestly I can't answer this. Did all my setup, sending document, etc., years ago now, so I don't know what is required for what anymore. Interested to hear as well.
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I'm confused, as well.

I'm a US player, too, and the only option afforded me are the Click2Pay and check.

Neither of these are like Pokerstars Echeck option, right?

Kurt - do you remember what documents you sent them?
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Old 12-14-2009, 06:55 PM   #9323
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Kurt - do you remember what documents you sent them?
Scan of ID and a utility bill with same address? This was seriously in 2006. Also provided bank account information obv.
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Scan of ID and a utility bill with same address? This was seriously in 2006. Also provided bank account information obv.
Really?

I never had to send any of that stuff to Stars.

Am I really going to have to do all that if I want to make a withdrawal on FTP?
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Old 12-14-2009, 07:05 PM   #9325
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They call it "bank transfer", stars calls it "echeck", your bank will call it "ACH". It works on the same mechanism as direct deposit paychecks.
I'm US and awhile back I tested an ETF from my "online" checking account (separate checking account used solely for online purchases with a bare minimum balance) to FTP. In the past I had used this account for Neteller transfers. When FTP said they were taking eChecks, I gave one a shot just to see if my bank would "catch" it, post-UIGEA. They didn't.

After seeing these withdrawal posts, I clicked on withdrawal and have both Premium Bank Wire as well as a Bank Transfer option. Click2pay and check also. I've never withdrawn, but I'd assume they'd want copies of Birth Certificate, Photo ID and a utility bill to verify residence address. Maybe not as I've already "bank wired" to them?
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