# Rakeback and 5400ftp

• Bronze
Joined: 24.06.2009
Hallo i am playing in full tilt for 2 months
i made in this time : 7500ftp
i didnt use them till now becouse of rakeback.

But now i understand more about rakeback
and know that the redose is not much..

So i entered a 3 nine ppl sng of
1800ftp when 1-3rd win 26\$ token

i won 1st tie in all of them bringing me
total of 78\$

so i want to know how much i actually earnd

can someone plz culculate the value in rakeback of 5400ftps

• 6 replies
• Bronze
Joined: 14.04.2009
I think it's something like

5400x0,006*,27=8,75\$ less in rakeback

I think this should be right. The only thing I'm not sure of is if points are 0,005 or 0,006
• Bronze
Joined: 24.06.2009
first , thqnks for quick answer

Wow didnt thought it this soft
Someone can confirm it ??
And if it right
then let say i am getting 20\$ rakeback this week
so i will acctually will get 11.25\$ ??
• Silver
Joined: 04.06.2009
first , thqnks for quick answer

Wow didnt thought it this soft
Someone can confirm it ??
And if it right
then let say i am getting 20\$ rakeback this week
so i will acctually will get 11.25\$ ??
nopes

20\$ rakeback mean = 74\$ net rake

you subtract the 8,75\$ from the net rake which is = 65.25

Rakeback = \$17

• Bronze
Joined: 17.10.2008

Originally posted by EagleStar88

My understanding is that your net rake will be reduced by approx \$0.005 for every FTP spent (standard or happy hour), so in this example 5.400*\$0.005.

Therefore your rakeback will be reduced by 27% of that amount, as per the calc above.

But, your still only spending 5.4k FTP points, you've just earned them faster as they include happy hour points you effectively got for free.

and by including happy hour points, you've actually played less (& paid less rake) than by earning all 5.4k through standard FTP points.

Bart
• Bronze
Joined: 14.04.2009
Cpwpoker, my calculation already included the 27% part so it's right i believe.
• Bronze
Joined: 06.10.2008
Originally posted by RahXephon1
Cpwpoker, my calculation already included the 27% part so it's right i believe.
Yep, looks good to me RahXephon1, I too am not 100% sure of whether it's \$0.005 or \$0.006, but it's in the right ball park anyway.

Best regards,

Bart