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Well I think, there is no other way to find out, than to try. And if your friends withdrawal is also refused, he just need to play with the money, so it can be withdrawn later. Perhaps he could then send you some of the $700, he already withdrew? I guess, its lesson learned for both of you, since nothing would have been easier than him withdrawing $800 instead of $700 and then using a service like Paypal for the private transfer :)

I don't understand what's with the saltiness like we wanted to pull some scam or something?? I personally think if someone's pulling something it's house trying it's best to keep money gambling but whatever.

Look, when he did it it was just as tournament ended. tbh it's around 116 dollars altogether and I wanted to get 100 out and keep 16 to play.

But I doubt this means anything to you as you will keep being clinical thinking someone is lying or laundering 100 dollars lol.
 
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I can already see into the near future:

Soon there will be a new thread created by Op with the title: "Scam alert!they blocked our stars account for investigation but we didn dooo naffing. Scam Scam! Dont trust any pokersite, they can take ur money whenever they want!"
No I won't do that. Your fortune telling skill is very bad. Why would I want to make post like that?

On the other hand I can already see some admin being like : "Allright gentlemen, we have a big criminal operation here. It seems that two of Europe's most wanted tried to use our beautiful software to criminally mastermind money laundrey of last 100 years. Call the press!"
 
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I have often wondered if there is a time limit on these type of restrictions. For example if you get 100 dollars transferred to you from another player if a year passes could you withdraw with no restrictions. I have also wondered if you chose ACR as your method of getting your cardschat replay poker winnings if that would be considered a P2P transfer and would have withdrawal restrictions.
I recently withdrawed to crypto what I won like this this fall, without pretty much playing there with this transaction money and without previously depositing using this method.
 
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Why would I want to make post like that?
Because u are planning to send money back and forth via p2p without playing. This could lead to account investigation.

Its also possible that they simply deny the transaction.
 
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I don't understand what's with the saltiness like we wanted to pull some scam or something?? I personally think if someone's pulling something it's house trying it's best to keep money gambling but whatever.

Look, when he did it it was just as tournament ended. tbh it's around 116 dollars altogether and I wanted to get 100 out and keep 16 to play.

But I doubt this means anything to you as you will keep being clinical thinking someone is lying or laundering 100 dollars lol.
I am not saying, that what you did is some kind of scam or morally wrong. But since you are being rude now, its pretty dumb to ask in a poker forum, what will happen, if you send the money back to your friend, and he then try to withdraw it. It should be very obvious, that nobody can tell you this, other than the poker site. And its definitely better to not ask them but just try to do it.

And finally I dont understand, why its such a big problem to turn the money over once before withdrawing it? After all you have an account on the site, and presumably thats because you like to play there? If there is a casino section, you could put it on "red" or "black" on the roulette in small increments, and you would be very unlucky to end up with less than $80.
 
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Yes, the money your friend sent you after the victory, you can play poker with it and have fun after which if you win more money, you can withdraw funds or just give your friend the money back, let him transfer the money to your card better and why withdraw funds when you can play poker with them it's better
 
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