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BigLebowski wrote:I play at Pokerroom.com....the game is much better than Party Poker and those are the only two I have played at.....Pokerroom.com allows you to play without a download as well.
bleach168 wrote:Thanks for the replies.
I'm not playing for real money yet. I'm working my way up with freerolls. So far I made $6! Woooooooo! lol. I like PartyPoker's setup but they don't have any freerolls. However, I hear that's the best place to play for real money because lots of idiots there.
PokerStars has some huge freerolls but they are really stingy with the prize money.
And thanks for the pokersource.com tip. I'll remember that.
Also, I know there is a big jump from play money to real money. How big is the jump from high end freeroll gaming (like top 10%) to real money?
Any other sites worth mentioning?
Lofunzo wrote:I am really getting sick of the free games. Last night, for the first time in a while, I played on PokerStars. For some time, there were 5 of us who I felt were good players. Almost seemed like just a normal game. Then, in came the idiots that need to go all-in pre-flop on every hand just because it's play money. I hate that stuff.
PhilliesPhan wrote:I play every Friday and/or Saturday with my friends in person, but I simply don't trust playing online for real money.
However I still like to play for fun online.
Do any of these sites allow you to set up a private table for "play" money so that you can control who sits at your table?
Madison wrote:What's not to trust with real money? The site makes money raking the pots, so it makes no difference to them who wins. They get their percentage no matter what. Also, they are checked, checked again, and checked again, buy the certification companies. Be crazy for them to cheat and drive away all their business. I've made and continue to make a healthy profit from playing for real money online.
PhilliesPhan wrote:It just appears that all too often cards that shouldn't even be played wind up winning...this would increase the pot size since more people would stay and chase and thus it would increase their take.
PhilliesPhan wrote:Also there is nothing (to the best of my knowledge) to stop a person from opening multiple accounts and use a KVM Port Switch (which would allow several computers to run at the same time off of one monitor and keyboard/mouse) to play multiple hands at a table or simply join a table with a few friends and know what each other has and simply not bet against each other.
I'll stick with the deck of cards I can touch and players I can see.
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