Big let downs

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RussianCopa

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Hey Chatters...I keep trying to start accounts at online poker sites, sometimes successfully even, only to find out that they wont let me play for real money in my area.. A real big let down was signing up for 888, getting the TOTALLY FREE $20 just for starting my account, and then trying to play and being shut down because I'm not in New Jersey. I'm sure I could just Google this, but could y'all give me the best resource or list for online rooms where I can play legally in Georgia? Thanks, Ralph "Russiancopa" Scheibner
 
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RussianCopa

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Good start

Thanks for the helpful replies folks. I haven't tried intertops yet, so I'll definitely check that one out. I have some experience with Bovada, but have been a little put off by the level of play there in the past...cant quite put my finger on it. I do have one additional question though: Of the legal U.S. sites, which provide the quickest withdrawal options, and by what means are you able to withdraw?
 
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joeisi

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Hopefully some US players see this thread and can help you with that, I am not from US so I am unsure as to what is best method.

From what I read bitcoin or some other form of Crypto currency is fastest method but they come with fees. I am no expert on it we have a Bitcoin/Crypto thread maybe check it out or ask questions about it there.
https://www.cardschat.com/forum/poker-deposits-withdrawals-54/all-things-cryptocurrency-346783/

If your wondering I use ewallets namely Netteller, skrill & ecopayz to move money in and out of these sites these ewallets are however not available to US.
Thanks for the helpful replies folks. I haven't tried Intertops yet, so I'll definitely check that one out. I have some experience with Bovada, but have been a little put off by the level of play there in the past...cant quite put my finger on it. I do have one additional question though: Of the legal U.S. sites, which provide the quickest withdrawal options, and by what means are you able to withdraw?
 
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matnautico

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You cant play anywhere "legally", doesnt mean you cant find sites to play like ACR, bovada and many others.
 
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