Rakeback on FT

    • ICristian
      ICristian
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      Hello to all ...
      I would like to ask the players about rakeback at FT tables FL(full ring)
      Limit of 0.25$ / 0.50$ playing about 6-8 hours a day about what rakeback you have per week? (I mean grind for rakeback)
      And if the game is played somewhat well and are not paid with any two cards ...
      Thank you!
      PS: sry for my englis
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    • Waiboy
      Waiboy
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      Joined: 18.09.2008 Posts: 4,877
      Hey ICristian

      You need to get this in $/100 hands as you're volume over 6 - 8 hours a day will vary depending on the number of tables/hands you are able to play.

      Hopefully some of our FR $.25/$.50 guys can give you some idea!
    • ICristian
      ICristian
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      Originally posted by Waiboy
      Hey ICristian

      You need to get this in $/100 hands as you're volume over 6 - 8 hours a day will vary depending on the number of tables/hands you are able to play.

      Hopefully some of our FR $.25/$.50 guys can give you some idea!

      8 - 12 tables ... and i play like 3k - 5k hands or more per day
      Thx for replay.
    • kennyxx
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      My guess is ~100$ per week, but...

      ...WHY to grind these micro stakes? Isn't better to move up few limits? You would get more in rakeback on 1/2 by playing just four tables for half of that time. :f_confused:
    • ICristian
      ICristian
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      i have brm just for that limit ...
    • skimon
      skimon
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      i think kennyxx's point is that you shouldn't just grind microstakes for rakeback, it's better to play an amount of tables you can really focus on each important decision so you get a better game ready for next limit than just getting the money up.

      If you can already manage 8-12 tables, without having any doubt about any decision, great (but seems a bit much to me :f_cool: )
    • CoreySteel
      CoreySteel
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      Yeah. Don't grind 0.25/0.50 at FTP for rakeback. Not worth it.
    • Foxxxen
      Foxxxen
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      I make $0.33/100 hands in rakeback at FTP on 0.25/0.50.
    • Phgrinder
      Phgrinder
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      what their trying to say is concentrate on your game and try to get a BRM to play NL100 / NL200 as soon as possible instead of just grinding the micros mindlessly for rakeback.

      grind rakeback there instead of the micros.
    • Waiboy
      Waiboy
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      Originally posted by dwyt84
      what their trying to say is concentrate on your game and try to get a BRM to play NL100 / NL200 as soon as possible instead of just grinding the micros mindlessly for rakeback.
      Blasphemy! Burn 'em!! E's a witch!
    • skimon
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      Let's toast him !!!