poker sites for micro mtts

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    • MarcPS
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      Hey phantommm92,

      I'll try and find an MTT expert to answer here, but my instinct would say that to get the best volume, you should mix iPoker, Ongame and Party.

      There are some really nice bonuses being announced by Party and iPoker and Ongame skins in this news.

      I think you'll find that the rooms are all equally as soft Although iPoker and Ongame might be a little fishier because of the big sportsbook/betting skins like William Hill and Bet365 (iPoker) and bwin and betfair (Ongame).

      I'd take at the best deal for you and then once you've decided, make sure you sign up using our affiliate links/codes so that you can earn StrategyPoints and unlock content to improve your game!

      If you only want to sign up at one place/make one deposit I think I'd tend towards Party, but that's a matter of personal preference!

      Hope that helps but if you have any further questions, please let me know!

      Best,

      Marc
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    • phantommm92
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      yeah, the problem is that my dad plays at party poker, which means that i dont want to risk playing the same site, if he would get on 1 table, it could be trouble.
      probably going to choose william hill, so going to play on 3 sites for now(chose williamhill because it has 200% first deposit+i will get strategy points, which is obv nice)

      and thanks for the infos :)
    • Bigniux
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      Originally posted by phantommm92
      yeah, the problem is that my dad plays at party poker, which means that i dont want to risk playing the same site, if he would get on 1 table, it could be trouble.
      Just write an email to partypoker support and ask if you can possibly sign up on their site ;)
    • belayd
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      Originally posted by Bigniux
      Originally posted by phantommm92
      yeah, the problem is that my dad plays at party poker, which means that i dont want to risk playing the same site, if he would get on 1 table, it could be trouble.
      Just write an email to partypoker support and ask if you can possibly sign up on their site ;)
      I concur. Party are not terribly anal about security. Sure, they take steps to prevent cheating, but if you let them know there are two accounts at one IP address and explain why, they should be okay with it.

      I'm assuming, however, that you and your father don't plan to play on the same table at the same time. I think that would be prohibited.
    • MarcPS
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      Hey phantommm92,

      In my experience, if you're up front with Party from the beginning, they should be ok with this. They might ask for documents to confirm that you and your dad are different people ::) but they should be fine. The important thing to note is to be proactive about contacting them.

      And I'm positive they wouldn't let you play on the same table as your father ;)

      Best,

      Marc
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    • clawindsouza
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      its pretty awesome that both dad and son play poker:)
    • Bigniux
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      Originally posted by clawindsouza
      its pretty awesome that both dad and son play poker:)
      As long as dad is not telling you that it's rigged :f_biggrin:
    • phantommm92
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      well, he started like a few weeks ago, and was a complete fish, its nice to understand a bit how thay think :D , but now he is getting better, tho he tilt like a steamroller