Staking Deals.

    • justkyle88
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      Me and my friend are looking to do a staking deal.
      We have talked about 50/50 but I'll be staking him on all SnG's, MTT's, Ring games etc etc.

      Just wondering what would be a fair staking deal for both of us?
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    • CoreySteel
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      As much as you can squeeze out of him? :)
    • justkyle88
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      Originally posted by CoreySteel
      As much as you can squeeze out of him? :)
      nah i want to make it as fair as possible.
      he is on this actually and he lives in my area and we are mates.
    • CoreySteel
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      Why not referring him on PS.com as a friend?
      Money for both.
    • justkyle88
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      he is already on here.
      but he lost initial roll ofcourse, but i've been helping him with tilt matters, and BRM etc etc.
      I trust his game.
    • addicted2u
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      70/30. my friends always stake me and actually, we don't have numbers. i just take whatever he gives me. but for the staker, if you're asking for numbers it's 70/30 fair enough because if he loses, he doesn't lose anything and you do. if he wins, both of you guys win.
    • ovechkin91
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      he should get 60/40 but u should get insurance ($100+) just incase he tilts and loses his roll.
    • justkyle88
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      Originally posted by ovechkin91
      he should get 60/40 but u should get insurance ($100+) just incase he tilts and loses his roll.
      So when I friends makes a certain amount he should pay me $100?
    • Hlynkinn
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      lmao at them replys...

      Somone you not know 60/40 and stake back

      for a friend 50/50 and stake back

      since he's a friend... if your stake him for $11 tourney and he cashes for $100

      than it's $11+$44,5 = $55,5 for you
      and $44,5 for him

      or I mean it's just whatever you guys can agree on..

      90/10 and stake back
      55/45 and stake back...

      I mean it's all fair depending on what you think is fair... but imo you definitly have to have stake back.. since if it's a mtt stake he'll so often just finish itm for maybe $20 in a $11 tourney... than you don't want to split the profit $10/$10... than you want stake back and than 50/50 :)

      I made myself clear? lmao...
    • justkyle88
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      yeah you made sense.
      Thanks

      Keep bringing in the responses guys.
      Still yet to decide.
    • ovechkin91
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      Originally posted by justkyle88
      Originally posted by ovechkin91
      he should get 60/40 but u should get insurance ($100+) just incase he tilts and loses his roll.
      So when I friends makes a certain amount he should pay me $100?
      he should give u $100 before u stake him and u return it if everything goes well
    • 8979687
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      Originally posted by ovechkin91
      Originally posted by justkyle88
      Originally posted by ovechkin91
      he should get 60/40 but u should get insurance ($100+) just incase he tilts and loses his roll.
      So when I friends makes a certain amount he should pay me $100?
      he should give u $100 before u stake him and u return it if everything goes well
      If he had the $100 to give you before he gets staked, would that not mean he does not need the stake?

      Im just asking, I really do not know much about how it works so thats why I would like to know.
    • jmackenzie
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      an i suck at staking deals then i just get back what I staked in the first place and thats if im lucky lol
    • justkyle88
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      I agree with my friend not giving me $100, I mean I'm not staking him $100's or $1000's.
      It's just a few dollars here and there.
    • addicted2u
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      it's a matter of agreement. actually the staker or let's say manager must be the one to say the deal. whatever the outcome is, there should be a deal. one thing is for sure, take a little more than half of your buy in if he wins