Exactly my friend clay, if you want to deposit, then do it now, otherwise just keep playing with the earned money that you have stored up in your full tilt account like the rest of us decent people. If you cant make enough cash to keep a bankroll on the books, then maybe poker isn't the sport for you -- who am I kidding, it is a game afterall isn't it, and there is a reason why the term "bad beat" exists, because even the best-looking hand in a given situation can be broken, that aaa with jj, can always get beat by the jj, when j's are on the board. Thank god capital casino in sac has a bad beat jackpot for just that situation, if aces full of jacks or better get broken (typically by quads), the casino rewards you with one of their jackpots. The other one is for when quads get broke, 8's or higher, and I happen to know one guy who won both bad beat jackpots within 3 hours for a total takehome of 164,500 dollars -- more than a couple years salary for most folks. Now here is my final and definitive question, why is there no bad beat rewards in online poker play -- this is something that exists at tons of casino's and is completely void in online poker sites
. Anyone with any suggestions? When my aaa, qq, got broke by four queens, and I lost about 640 dollars on one hand, I was about to bitch to full tilt -- but I knew that would be equivalent to appealing a parking ticket, for the most part, the answer is no go. Other than that though, I enjoy the play (other than early all in cowboys) at the full tilt tourneys, and I noticed that the caliber of play was well stepped up with the cardschat.com tourney -- giving me a little more respect for this entire crew here. If anyone has any question, answers, comments, statements, or mere entertaining aphorisms, please respond soon.
May your suited runners turn to str8 flushies,
your trips into boats,
and your boats into quads.
William -- aka LilBilTheKid.