Cash withdrawl - Canada

    • chat2ash
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      HI.. my name is Ashish. I recently moved to Canada frm India.

      I have got cash in my pokerstars account and I wanted to know which is the best method of withdrawl for Canadians??

      I am totally new here , so any kind of help would be much appreciated.

      thnx
      Ashish
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    • chat2ash
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      ^^
    • purplefizz
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      hi chat2ash,

      hopefully some of our canadian friends can pop by in here. :)
      i can imagine it shouldn't be very different though, as far as i know, they use e-wallets like moneybookers and neteller as well.

      good luck finding out! be sure to let us know how you get on.

      smiles,
      wendy
    • AlexanderD22
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      instadebit, straight to your bank account
    • chat2ash
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      instadebit... ok thnx

      Paying poker online is tottally lega in canada right ??
    • stevegold87
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      Originally posted by chat2ash
      instadebit... ok thnx

      Paying poker online is tottally lega in canada right ??
      Yes for now it is. Enjoy it while it lasts because we are never far behind USA usually :) . And I do agree that instadebit is the way to go.
    • AlexanderD22
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      Originally posted by stevegold87
      Originally posted by chat2ash
      instadebit... ok thnx

      Paying poker online is tottally lega in canada right ??
      Yes for now it is. Enjoy it while it lasts because we are never far behind USA usually :) . And I do agree that instadebit is the way to go.
      Though I agree that we are usually not far behind the US in terms of policy I don't think it will happen this time.

      Poker is much too small an issue for the Canadian government, even if a law styled on the uiega?? was introduced and passed enforcement would be unlikely, it took the US years to do anything.
    • iCallSick1
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      Poker in Canada yes is legal lmfao

      And as for stars cashouts I would just do a check, best bet IMO
    • chat2ash
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      Thnx for ur help guys.
      really appreciate it
    • thebatsman
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      Moneybookers also works great for us Canucks
    • VorpalF2F
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      Originally posted by AlexanderD22
      Poker is much too small an issue for the Canadian government, even if a law styled on the uiega?? was introduced and passed enforcement would be unlikely, it took the US years to do anything.
      Perhaps poker is a small issue, but gambling in general is huge.
      Already in BC the BC Lottery commission has a site where you can play poker online -- but the lowest blinds are out of my league $2/$4 was lowest last time I looked.

      Some sites already block Canadian players. Why? Apparently because the rights to use the software in Canada is held by the government.
      It would be a tragedy to have country-restricted poker like in France.

      As long as the gov't can get an income from the poker activity of Canadians, they will.