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KristaK

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Patience LOL


at least you are withdrawing... *sighs*
I am only depositing... and that's very fast ... use bitcoin!
 
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I've got local exchange office, they have brokerage account and they charge 2.5% for withdrawal. Sad part of it is that I have to spend time waiting there till transfer is over to get the cash, or pay extra for depositing my money to the bank account or another ewallet. But you can google for exchange sites or online shops where you can exchange btc to another currency or simply spend it.

Thanks for the info, finaltable1!!!
 
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Bit coin withdrawal

Yes, same for all my withdrawals with Bit coin one to two days and you have to wait seventy two hours after your last deposit to withdrawal if you win before then.
 
finaltable1

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Patience LOL


at least you are withdrawing... *sighs*
I am only depositing... and that's very fast ... use bitcoin!

I might be wrong, but I always start my relations with any poker site by building a bankroll and withdrawing some part of it. Not depositing, but building bankroll with free options that they're offering. Yes it might be hard, might take time, but I also do my job during poker sessions, so I'm not worrying about the time. I believe that there is a simple logic. Casino earns profit from the rake. If you're generating rake by depositing money, then it's fine for them, they won't stop you. If you generate rake by spinning other players money then it's also fine. I think that it's like you have an option to be in position of the gambler or in position of the dealer at the poker table, the same way like you have 2 options at the blackjack table, the dealer or the gambler... That's my theory, and it haven't failed so far. Regs= regular players at the poker sites, who play 4-8-12+ tables at the same time are in position of dealers and they generate rake for the casino. The amount of money that they spin around per day is huge, but they don't winn all of the hands, 54-58% is a huge % and it's cool if you've played the total pots per day worth 10K dollars with +8% profit at low limit. If you're ready to do such gambling sessions, each day, then it doesn't matter for the casino where your bankroll is coming from... they could give you free $400 for such gambling day, cause you will generate $500 during this session. BUT they have no contract with you, and everything is virtual, you have a choice to accept the untold rules or deposit and spend money for your fun.


That's my theory, it's not a written rule or something, I'm following this theory for several years so far and I haven't deposited much, only the minimal amounts needed to let them know my bank card details for the first withdrawal process.

As for ACR, my experience there have started with $1.1 that I won in 10 bucks freeroll, used 80cents to play cash, left the table with 4dollars. Next day won $8 in CardsChat freeroll, opened 4 cash tables and left them with $23.5 total, saw that late ragistration for 500grtd with 3.3 buy-in is coming to an end and registered there, won ~$120 for the 1st place. Spent $4 to play cash at higher limit and 2 hours later left the table with $28.... It all started with 110cents that I won in a freeroll. This spring I've started playing pokerstars after a long break, after 6-7th attempt won 1st place in CC freeroll, spent 20bucks playing bounty mtts, won $500 for the 3rd place in 10Kgrtd bounty with 4.4 buy-in. Some people may say that it's nothing, funny money, but what is better? to earn $200-500 bankroll by playing poker or to deposit these money from your pocket to have such starting bankroll? Most of my real life friends are depositing money, some of them keep playing for 6-10 years and they're working for the poker sites. They're working at their real life jobs and pay their salaries to the poker sites. I do my job drawing and programming things in CAD/CAM software and play poker at the same time, in result they all pay me, poker sites and my customers. I think my theory :deal: deserves the right to live.
 
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Chico takes only a few hours. I guess I got spoiled. I am still waiting for my ACR bitcoin withdrawal. It's been about 12 hrs.
 
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I might be wrong, but I always start my relations with any poker site by building a bankroll and withdrawing some part of it. Not depositing, but building bankroll with free options that they're offering. Yes it might be hard, might take time, but I also do my job during poker sessions, so I'm not worrying about the time. I believe that there is a simple logic. Casino earns profit from the rake. If you're generating rake by depositing money, then it's fine for them, they won't stop you. If you generate rake by spinning other players money then it's also fine. I think that it's like you have an option to be in position of the gambler or in position of the dealer at the poker table, the same way like you have 2 options at the BlackJack table, the dealer or the gambler... That's my theory, and it haven't failed so far. Regs= regular players at the poker sites, who play 4-8-12+ tables at the same time are in position of dealers and they generate rake for the casino. The amount of money that they spin around per day is huge, but they don't winn all of the hands, 54-58% is a huge % and it's cool if you've played the total pots per day worth 10K dollars with +8% profit at low limit. If you're ready to do such gambling sessions, each day, then it doesn't matter for the casino where your bankroll is coming from... they could give you free $400 for such gambling day, cause you will generate $500 during this session. BUT they have no contract with you, and everything is virtual, you have a choice to accept the untold rules or deposit and spend money for your fun.


That's my theory, it's not a written rule or something, I'm following this theory for several years so far and I haven't deposited much, only the minimal amounts needed to let them know my bank card details for the first withdrawal process.

As for ACR, my experience there have started with $1.1 that I won in 10 bucks freeroll, used 80cents to play cash, left the table with 4dollars. Next day won $8 in CardsChat freeroll, opened 4 cash tables and left them with $23.5 total, saw that late ragistration for 500grtd with 3.3 buy-in is coming to an end and registered there, won ~$120 for the 1st place. Spent $4 to play cash at higher limit and 2 hours later left the table with $28.... It all started with 110cents that I won in a freeroll. This spring I've started playing PokerStars after a long break, after 6-7th attempt won 1st place in CC freeroll, spent 20bucks playing bounty mtts, won $500 for the 3rd place in 10Kgrtd bounty with 4.4 buy-in. Some people may say that it's nothing, funny money, but what is better? to earn $200-500 bankroll by playing poker or to deposit these money from your pocket to have such starting bankroll? Most of my real life friends are depositing money, some of them keep playing for 6-10 years and they're working for the poker sites. They're working at their real life jobs and pay their salaries to the poker sites. I do my job drawing and programming things in CAD/CAM software and play poker at the same time, in result they all pay me, poker sites and my customers. I think my theory :deal: deserves the right to live.

nice one, well played bro
 
finaltable1

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nice one, well played bro


Thanks. So far I've bought all of the mechanics, steel and electronics for four CNC routers using only poker winnings. The one at the photo is current project, finishing the build and getting ready to paint it. This machine was 100% "sponsored" in 2021 by my opponents at partypoker + pokerstars and all of my games have started with a small boost by CC freerolls.

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