Originally Posted by luckytvguy
people can tell each other what their cards are if they do want to.there are many methods,like icq,msn,or simply telephone.I think that situation need not be worried about too much.I was told that pokersites can detect and find that kind of stuff if people do it often.
In addition to that, if the intention is to rip them off, then I would like to think someone would be smarter than doing it from the same IP address. Most people nowadays have access to aircards, as well as their home broadband connection (or get a cheap dial up connection for the other computer). Or better yet, I have been in countless apartment buildings where you can pick up dozens of unsecured wireless LANS that you could connect to.
I am trying to stay within the rules and get an idea of what sets up red flags for them. A number of posts that I have read make it sound like they use any excuse they can to withhold money from you when you try to withdraw it, and no matter how careful I am that we don't end up in the same tournament or on the same table, we likely wouldn't realise it until we get into the tournament.
Thanks for the advice, I think the only way to go about it is to send them an email BEFORE I set up the other account, explaining the situation and make sure I file it for future reference if they ever question it when I am withdrawing.
I am happy they do things to guard against people having more than one seat in a tournament or on a table, but the fact of the matter is, if someone wants to do that, they will find away around it.