re: Poker & Back after long Break...Suggestions?
Originally Posted by HomeBrewer
Thanks pfb. As I was doing some research on here it seems that Bovada has no rakeback, and America's Card Room does. Although no one seems to speak very highly of ACR.
I guess this is going to need a pro/con list. Ha ha.
All of this would be easy if the US Gov. didn't have their heads stuck up their... well you know.
I came back to poker about 9 months ago, bovada is a decent site but is much more for the recreational player. I don't mean because its super soft although it kind of is, but that those looking for a substantial edge especially in cash play will find it extremely difficult considering you can't multitable past 4 and can't use any poker tracking software. My advice, only play there if you plan on just playing every now and then for fun. If you are looking to get back in the game more seriously, ACR or BCP will be your best option. I play at BCP and the support is great, and so are cashouts, but more importantly if you are a cash /rakeback player you can get decent rakeback (27% minimum) and play more than 4 tables.
So basically you need to decide if your going to be just playing casually and more so in tournies (bovada) or if you want to grind there's no better place than the Winning Network (BCP/ACR/TRUE)