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# Question about FreeRolls and 50 Capital?

• Bronze
Joined: 31.10.2010
Can i play free rolls if i have the 50 dollars or will it affect my rake, points or whatnot because i think i read that somewhere, that it will hurt my returns in some way.
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• Bronze
Joined: 23.07.2010
Originally posted by sharkfin9000
Can i play free rolls if i have the 50 dollars or will it affect my rake, points or whatnot because i think i read that somewhere, that it will hurt my returns in some way.
i dont see how it could have a negetive outcome
• Bronze
Joined: 24.09.2010
If you play on Full Tilt, and you play any Added Value/Guaranteed Money tournaments, the amount added per player will be reduced from your net rake when calculating rakeback.

Play a \$1000 Freeroll with 10000 people signed up, this'll count you as 1/10000th of the total money, \$0.10 reduced from net rake.

If you play a \$100 Freeroll, with 100 players, 1/100th of the Added Value will be from you, \$1 will be reduced from your net rake before calculating rakeback.

Play a \$10 buyin 10k guarantee with 100 players, the buy-ins make \$1000, so the added value is \$9000, and a hundredth of that is \$90 reduced from Net Rake generated for rakeback calculations. (so \$100 rake generated, -\$90 = \$10 * 0.27 = \$2.7 rakeback, in this specific simplified example)

Hope this helped any.

Richard
• Bronze
Joined: 31.10.2010
but it wont hurt me in the long run then, i mean i play .1/.2 cent NL so seriously after 408 hands i think i've paid a max of 1 dollar rake lol..
• Bronze
Joined: 24.09.2010
At FTP, if memory serves, they rake those tables 1 cent per 15 cent in the pot and don't rake pots without a flop.

So 408 hands, I can imagine a few dollars at least, not huge amounts but def more than one.

That's just what I would guess though, as it'd only need 15 dollars worth of raked pots to make a dollar rake.

Regards,
Richard