Originally Posted by NoWuckingFurries
Sorry, I didn't explain myself very well. I understood the rakeback bit, but didn't understand why that meant it wasn't worth doing... or that it somehow made it more risky?
Okay I see what you asking. I misunderstood. I read in the strategy article, or one of the links from it, that the rakeback was going to be the primary source of income and many times the only source, when using a bot. So yes, I thought it sounded too risky for anyone seeing as you can make the same rake while playing yourself instead of using a bot.
One of the things I read said something about using the max # of tables, certain hours per day (don't recall exact but it was quite a few), but using their formula you'd make like an avg. profit of like $30 per month.
I guess to see it on the otherside....if a person had limited time to play (maybe they worked too much, family stuff, etc; ) then maybe it is a good deal to get up in the morning, open the max number of tables, turn on the bot, come home and see how much $$ you made.
Of course I am strongly against cheating and even if I wasn't I would think that it's just too risky to use a bot and chance having your account closed and money lost.