- Nov 28, 2007
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I suppose it depends what you think "much" is. Rates are pretty high for a mill lately. Google it.I never played play money long enough to lose it all, didn't know you could. I would imagine you're not going to get much for it.
Def. google it and look around. I traded 100k for $1. I now have $24 on PS. GL with it
I don't know how hard it is, or how long it takes to make 1,000,000 play chips, but selling them for $10 doesn't sound like a good deal for me. Maybe I'm wrong, but wouldn't it be a lot easier to cash in a freeroll for $10 than to build play chips?
I got up to 1/2 mil at FT because I heard that it opened up a restricted freeroll with real money payoff. It wasn't really a freeroll, it cost 1/2 mil play to get into it. So to play in that I would want my BR to be in the 20 mil range. This was one idea that could explain why folks might want to buy play money.
Those games at FT have recently disappeared, and are morned in the forum at FT. Perhaps some similar thing happens at Stars, I don't have a big stack of Stars play money and don't know.
One of these happens every day at the same time, which I think is 21:00 ET.(Maybe an hour sooner)
In response to everything else, all the money I ever got came from freerolls .
how is it not a good deal to sell fake money for real money? I can get a million chips in a day if I really wanted to.
If merchants are buying play-chips then presumably they are re-selling them? and obviously that would be for higher than they are buying? who would buy that? I'm confused by this.
How is the payment made? into your poker account? Is Pokerstars buying back play chips through third party 'merchants'?