My brag thread about this is here;
It is what it is, a BRAG about a heater.
This thread is about a peculiarity that occurred because of my obvious heater. And trust me kids it is just a heater and I'll be back to my normal self soon enough.
Originally Posted by dj11
I won the ITOPS buy-in yesterday (2-3-12) as well. $95
But now, a very strange thing,
= only $200.00 (exactly) in my account. I had about $45 in my account a week or so ago. SO there should be something in the $300 range.
I have checked the TOS, and find nothing about some limit I can achieve via a no deposit account (freeroll wins and fair poker). I'm thinking they are thinking something funny about me.
Expect a thread from me soon about how some site stole my money....
I expect they will investigate me and my play, and prolly ban me at least temporarily.
By far my best run good ever.
As an aside, I am whooped.
Originally Posted by matt0216
More info on limits here:
That link is about how ITOPS (maybe the whole Cake network?) semi-enforces a reasonably loose BRM, and it opens up a whole separate issue: How much is in my account once I hit that limit?
I can find nothing that shows my what my actual and complete balance is, only the available $200. Is there a way, that in my excitement I overlooked?
I have no desire to withdraw any of it till it is life changing. I would much rather jump up some levels in my Zero to Hero drive. With a recent 'they stole my money' thread, the plaintiff claimed that a site (sorry I forgot which site), had cleared him of any shenanigans, but seems to be forcing him to withdraw, after which he will be unable to play there anymore (banned for winning?). I don't want that for sure, heaters like this tend to make a person consider a place 'home'. And Itops would do good to have a 'Zero to Hero' story for their publicity portfolio. I game to be that Hero .
So all I need is to be able to see beyond that poker Limit (available balance) to see where I really stand. My biggest concern is that I might have to remember what I have. I much prefer knowing the total, and living with the limit.
Again, am I missing something? If I stumble on the answer I will obviously post it and conclude this.