question about freerolls and rakeback

    • MishkaR
      MishkaR
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      Joined: 07.11.2010 Posts: 36
      does every freeroll i participate in reduces my rakeback ?

      for example, i'm playing in the fantasy wsop and won a couple of restricted tickets to freerolls, are they included in the rakeback reduction ?

      also.. are the daily freerolls pokerstrategy holds in fulltilt are also taken to consideration ?
  • 3 replies
    • thazar
      thazar
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      Joined: 14.09.2009 Posts: 6,560
      Hi Mishkar

      any added amount by FT will incur a rakeback deduction. It include any Freeroll where FT provides the funds (not PokerStrategy.com freerolls), added money tournaments and guaranteed amount tournaments where hte prizepool has not been reached. however in most freerolls the rakeback hit is not so much.

      use the formula bellow to calculate your rakeback hit in a freerol:

      27% * (prizepool / number of entrants)

      Best regards

      Thazar
    • MishkaR
      MishkaR
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      Joined: 07.11.2010 Posts: 36
      Originally posted by thazar
      Hi Mishkar

      any added amount by FT will incur a rakeback deduction. It include any Freeroll where FT provides the funds (not PokerStrategy.com freerolls), added money tournaments and guaranteed amount tournaments where hte prizepool has not been reached. however in most freerolls the rakeback hit is not so much.

      use the formula bellow to calculate your rakeback hit in a freerol:

      27% * (prizepool / number of entrants)

      Best regards

      Thazar
      so just to get everything clear (sorry, my english is a little bit off)

      PokerStrategy.com freerolls - there isnt a rakeback reduction
      WSOP fantasy freerolls - there isa rakeback reduction
    • thazar
      thazar
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      Joined: 14.09.2009 Posts: 6,560
      Originally posted by MishkaR
      Originally posted by thazar
      Hi Mishkar

      any added amount by FT will incur a rakeback deduction. It include any Freeroll where FT provides the funds (not PokerStrategy.com freerolls), added money tournaments and guaranteed amount tournaments where hte prizepool has not been reached. however in most freerolls the rakeback hit is not so much.

      use the formula bellow to calculate your rakeback hit in a freerol:

      27% * (prizepool / number of entrants)

      Best regards

      Thazar
      so just to get everything clear (sorry, my english is a little bit off)

      PokerStrategy.com freerolls - there isnt a rakeback reduction
      WSOP fantasy freerolls - there isa rakeback reduction

      PokerStrategy.com freerolls: no there isnt
      WSOP fantasy freerolls: yes there is

      ;)