[Application] Sunday Stake 100+% ROI mtter

  • 9 replies
    • Gerv
      Gerv
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      Joined: 07.05.2008 Posts: 17,678
      If you won over $100,000 why do you need 50% of a $66 stake?


      :f_love:
    • johnscon74
      johnscon74
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      Joined: 02.05.2011 Posts: 74
      Did Squee451 need staking with over 1$ million in winnings?
      As you may appreciate though, the SCOOP is a lot of events, it makes more sense to spread costs as it makes for far better BR management.
      And my stats speak for themself.
      I previously paid 7k out in 1 stake. So who is the benefactor?
      It makes for very opportunistic business, who would you rather invest in someone who didnt win 100k in tourneys?
      I am asking for $55 full staking based on my stats in which I will run a tourney as make up
    • Gerv
      Gerv
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      Joined: 07.05.2008 Posts: 17,678
      Ok first of all I was not intending to lure you out in some way but:

      Originally posted by johnscon74
      Did Squee451 need staking with over 1$ million in winnings?
      Means you don't want to answer my question but merely dodging it.


      As you may appreciate though, the SCOOP is a lot of events, it makes more sense to spread costs as it makes for far better BR management.
      If you were 1k up lifetime I can see the relation but 6 digits asking for 2 digits is abit shady. I mean if you are already making 6 digits then why split a majority of your % with people. It just doesn't make sense to the masses.


      I previously paid 7k out in 1 stake. So who is the benefactor?
      I quote every bank/investor company: results in the past do not guarantee profits in the future




      It makes for very opportunistic business, who would you rather invest in someone who didnt win 100k in tourneys?
      I am asking for $55 full staking based on my stats in which I will run a tourney as make up

      Interesting about the full stake. I invest in people of whom I think are 1) trustworthy and 2) have a legitimate reason to get staked.


      I leave the opinion of you & your staking thread to the masses but I just felt I had to reply, Good day :f_love:
    • johnscon74
      johnscon74
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      Joined: 02.05.2011 Posts: 74
      To the masses:

      What would staking be established for ?

      A: to make a profit

      What pedigree would you look for?

      A: a profitable player maybes?

      So what is the aim of the stakers area?

      I dont doubt it is to make a profit.
      Does that make every players applications questionable.
      I want to keep my stats as they are PROFITABLE and am cordially inviting members to have a part of it.
    • johnscon74
      johnscon74
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      Joined: 02.05.2011 Posts: 74
      I'm sure you would appreciate this is a "tester" I could hardly request staking for the main event, so this opportunity reflects that, without establishing a level of trust.

      Shady? So where would you start.

      Me like all the other applicants HERE
    • johnscon74
      johnscon74
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      Joined: 02.05.2011 Posts: 74
      Ok first of all I was not intending to lure you out in some way but:

      quote:
      Originally posted by johnscon74
      Did Squee451 need staking with over 1$ million in winnings?


      Means you don't want to answer my question but merely dodging it.

      HA HA trust me you may be a coach but dont try read me =)
    • Valts
      Valts
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      Joined: 03.01.2007 Posts: 5
      Is moving funds through moneybookers an option?
    • johnscon74
      johnscon74
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      Joined: 02.05.2011 Posts: 74
      Sorry in the delay. I have 4 daughters and had to take care of family business 1st. I have never used moneybookers but if it goes through to pokerstars account I dont see any problem.
      I use neteller so If u want discuss anything I am always available thru skype johnscon74
    • justkyle88
      justkyle88
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      Joined: 07.05.2008 Posts: 7,596
      Hi johnscon74,

      Please set up a feedback thread for yourself in the following forum board and provide a link to it in your opening post on this current thread. This is so that your backers can provide feedback on your arrangements.

      This is a requirement of the staking rules.

      Regards,

      Kyle.