Redkings ??

  • 13 replies
    • ThatGuyMatt
      ThatGuyMatt
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      Joined: 03.12.2010 Posts: 3,758
      Hey Rish,

      We don't have Redkinds as a room here so I don't know anything about it's reputation I'm afraid.

      We do have a couple of rooms that we run on the Ongame network here though, how come you don't want to choose those?
    • RiSh421
      RiSh421
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      Joined: 05.10.2013 Posts: 217
      hey,

      i want to be on redKings because they have a "get it free" offer with PT4.
      I will take that as an Ongame room they are reliable.
    • Shuttled
      Shuttled
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      Joined: 15.09.2007 Posts: 149
      Never played on redkings, but i would asume that if they have a PT offer theyre trustworthy?
    • RiSh421
      RiSh421
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      Joined: 05.10.2013 Posts: 217
      Originally posted by Shuttled
      Never played on redkings, but i would asume that if they have a PT offer theyre trustworthy?
      Yes! it seems to make sense.
    • TinoLaan
      TinoLaan
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      Joined: 12.10.2011 Posts: 6,411
      Hi Rish421,

      Although RedKings may be a trustworthy room - I can't guarantee that, as I've never heard of it - playing there will mean that you can't earn StrategyPoints and therefore upgrade your status.

      So if you would like to continue to take advantage of as much of our content as possible, I'd strongly recommend to play on one of our partner rooms instead. If you like the Ongame network, we have a few partner rooms that operate on this network too.

      Poker rooms

      As for PT4, of course it's a good deal if they give it away for free. But you can also try it for free for a month yourself, and in the end the software will likely pay for itself anyway :)

      Whatever you decide to do, I wish you the best of luck :)

      Kind regards,
      Tino
    • jawoftheox
      jawoftheox
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      Joined: 11.09.2013 Posts: 216
      I don't know anything about their reliability, but mind that there is NO traffic for fullring. Also software imo sucks
    • RiSh421
      RiSh421
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      Joined: 05.10.2013 Posts: 217
      thanks for your answers


      I will do the PT4 offer and see how it works on RK.
      Apparently, there is no FullRing and that's definitly a bad point for me.
      Otherwise a little room might be right for me. My preferred one right now is Espacejeux, despites the poor quality of the software.
      About money, i just started playing at NL100 15 days ago, coming from boring NL2. My results are good enough (around +5BI), but not very solid. I mean i don't earn 500$ a week, so if i can save the buy-in of PT4 i do it. On the other hand, i will gladly pay for the omaha extension i need, or pay the software if i cannot make the necessary points on RedKings.
    • ExternalUseOnly
      ExternalUseOnly
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      Joined: 30.01.2010 Posts: 3,373
      Just pay the $60 or whatever it is for the small stakes PT if you want to be even semi serious about playing then it will be the best 60$ ever. If you tie your RK account to them you stop yourself being able to get rakeback (dont know what deals you get on ongame) or whatever from somewhere else and then PT doesnt cost $60 any more it costs all the rake you pay on RK for eternity just pick one of the partner rooms here earn some strategy points and you will be rewarded better than a free copy of PT
    • RiSh421
      RiSh421
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      Joined: 05.10.2013 Posts: 217
      What ?

      If i link my account RedKings to PT4, i limit my whole Ongame identity ? i don't think so.
      I had already a RK account, and they have been nice enough to let use this PT4 code, because i had not use one. So i don't see how i can use my RK account better than this. You mean use some rakeback links? Maybe....

      (Secundo, i play at NL100, and some omaha sometimes, so i need PT4 full version like 140$. )
    • ExternalUseOnly
      ExternalUseOnly
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      I didnt say limit your whole ongame

      If you play NL100 and dont want to spend 1.4BIs on a tool that probably 90% of your opponents are using to gain an edge on you then i guess you are playing pretty under rolled so i'll see you at NL5 next week
    • pokernewbie28
      pokernewbie28
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      Joined: 12.12.2012 Posts: 41
      Originally posted by RiSh421
      Do you know this room?
      Do they pay the cash-outs?
      Any problems with them?
      Part of Ongame, It seems clean but real storie would be appreciated, please.
      I have had an account on redkings for at least 18 months.
      The cash outs a pritty quick and exchange rates are what they should be.
      Never had a problem with redkings.
    • RiSh421
      RiSh421
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      Joined: 05.10.2013 Posts: 217
      Originally posted by ExternalUseOnly
      I didnt say limit your whole ongame

      If you play NL100 and dont want to spend 1.4BIs on a tool that probably 90% of your opponents are using to gain an edge on you then i guess you are playing pretty under rolled so i'll see you at NL5 next week
      Yes, you are right. I am under-rolled.
      I come from online NL2 and live NL200. I made a try one night instead of traveling to the casino: 100$ on NL100. My game is much more efficient there, because i can concentrated on a true money value. My result are nice : + 8 BI in 22 days, but not solid enough for me to be considered bankrolled for that limit. But that's it , that's where i perform. I already had UPs and DOWNs, but the average is that cool result +8BI, so it is a bit confimed.

      So i won't meet on NL5 tables. maybe when i will play more than 2 tables(even there it would be NL25 probably.

      And so i have "poor" reflexes, trying to get PT4 for free. But i think i will buy this cool instruments
    • RiSh421
      RiSh421
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      Joined: 05.10.2013 Posts: 217
      Originally posted by pokernewbie28
      I have had an account on redkings for at least 18 months.
      The cash outs a pritty quick and exchange rates are what they should be.
      Never had a problem with redkings.
      Thank you for your answer. I appreciate it.

      And thank you all for your reactions to my thread.