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  1. Every now and then we see countries add new laws to make it more and more difficult to operate. Most of them are to regulate casinos but are becoming new ways to harass casinos plus make it more and more difficult for players to gamble. Let's just say that your country restrict online gambling, what will you do. Which activity will replace online gambling for you. In my country there are some states where online gambling is allowed and most of the states there is completely ban. But poker is allowed in my country as it is a game of skill and not just your average gambling activity. If online casinos get banned I will learn how to play Poker. I have heard it's very difficult to learn it but I dont mind investing 1 hour a day for a month to learn it. What will you guys do?
  2. I don't see a screenshot thread for those of us who play poker yet so I figured I would get the ball rolling. I decided to play in Betfred's freerolls tonight, sadly I crashed out of the £100 Guaranteed VIP and the 1000 VIP Points, but I managed to take down the 500 in style .. shame it's not really worth anything but hey, when your running this good it still feels great!
  3. Hi folks I was asked by the forum queen Luciana to write something on the forum and I couldn`t find it in my heart to let her down. Even though she is a lovely girl she doesn`t know s**t about either poker or sportsbetting so I agreed to help her out First of I`ve been playing poker/sportsbetting for a living( in that order) for about 15 years and would gladly help you guys out if you have any questions about either of the two. Been reading a few of the latest treads on the forum but since I can`t seem to get a clear picture of what you want to know exactly I think it would be easier to just start over. Would also try to post sportbets when certain bookmakers/casinos are out of line or quite simple if I find sportsbets to be of any value. If that would be of any interest to you guys at all So in other words bring on questions( since I have no clue what you already know and what you want to know more about) and I`ll answer them as best I can!
  4. This company is a scam and does not pay, they stole me. They sent messages of makerting about offers and promotions, including by email, to players and do not honor. They are dishonest and do not pay. The support service plays with you, treats you like an idiot. In summary: it is a site that only wants to receive deposits and does not pay anyone the promotions offered The site sent an email to all users, promising a reload promotion, for all deposits made between 20 and 26 of February, up to 500 TL (80usd, 75eur) Below is a picture of the email they sent to users Day 21 I accessed my account. The promotion was there, needing a deposit to be activated, with the status: “No deposit made during the promotion period” I made my deposit, on day 21. Then, the status changed to "You can apply for the bonus now". The “REQUEST” icon appeared. I clicked and immediately the bonus amount was added to my balance and I was able to play with it I fulfilled the rollover, completely As the promotion was for all deposits between the 20th and the 26th, I thought about making a new deposit, to earn the bonus again I went to the “PROMOTIONS” section, and there was the promotion offer again. However, with the status: "Only one bonus allowed during a 72-hour break". Soon, I couldn't participate again That is, as I used it on day 21, I could only use it again on day 24 I waited 3 days. On day 25 I accessed the PROMOTIONS section, the offer was still there and now the status was also as on day 21: “No deposit made during the promotion period” Then, on the same day 25, I deposited 81.00, to win 80.00 bonus. After this deposit, status changed to "You can apply for the bonus now". The “REQUEST” icon appeared. I clicked, believing which a new bonus will to be added for me account Now that the problem had occurred: the REQUEST icon did not work now. When I clicked on it, the page updated, but returned to the same page, with the same REQUEST icon, that is, the bonus amount was not credited as it always was Below, the promotions screen, taken on February 25, when the system failed with the “Request” icon: A clear and obvious technical problem, a website failure, a problem for the IT team to solve Immediately, I contacted support. I explained what was going on. I informed them what the mistake was, for them to pass it on to the IT team to resolve. But that they would must to resolve quickly, because the next day (26) the promotion would end and leave all the PROMOTIONS page of my account, and the bonus "not requested by me" (due to website error, since the REQUEST icon did not work) would expire and disappear I was told to try to activate by another browser. I tried, it didn't work. I was told to wait, that they would contact the responsible sector. I waited all day 26 and nothing, no reply by email or message on the account. All day 27 passed, and nothing. And all next days I was ignored They could to have credited the 80.00 manually, very easy to solve The worst thing is to enter the chat and explain all of this above, for some patetic members of support service who don't seem to be even 7 years old, after all they don't understand anything that is explained to them, or if they are made of donkeys and are really dishonest I explained to about 5 different attendants and none of them knew anything about this promotion, on the contrary, they said it didn't exist. Such a thing is bullshit. Only Turkish support knows about the promotion, I try to talk to them and they send them to Portuguese support (because the Turkish translation is poorly done by the translation program) It is a ridiculous, bad support, bordering full and complete amateurism. Total nonsense. They are unable to understand what they read. I explained by showing screenshots of the promotions screen when the error happened, with the REQUEST button active (the only thing needed to have a bonus amount credited to the balance is to deposit and click on this REQUEST icon, which did not work this time) I also warned them to resolve until the 26th, otherwise the promotion would leave the page. I also said that this was what was going to happen: as I saw that they were trying to say that there was no promotion, that there was no mistake, that they were lying and that the IT team would not even try to solve it, they would only wait 1 day for promotion to end and they didn't need to have work I said that they would do this and it was said and done: the 26th passed, the promotion disappeared from my account as unsolicited, expired, and when I enter the chat now they say that there was no promotion or that I already requested (yes, I requested the 21st, but the promotion was on all deposits in this period as long as within 72 hours between one and the other) In resume: it is a dishonest company, made by dishonest thieves and with a support of idiots who behave like children of 7 years doing themselves who do not understand what the customer writes I recommend that no one create an account in this crappy, amateur and dishonest company, and don't even put a penny in it, otherwise they will be stolen. They robbed me of failing to credit my 80.00 bonus, imagine if it was a great value money
  5. I have seen many players playing Poker but the way Greg Raymur plays this game is totally amazing. Other players just can't play the way he does - in the most impressive way! His posture while sitting on the table against his opponents with those weird glasses on. It's totally amazing!
  6. Hi everyone! Previous week I began playing slots here . They withdraw money fast, but i was trying to withdraw only small amounts. Afraid to deposit 100 euros and more. Who can tell me is there any problems with them or..?
  7. Hi guys, this topic is dedicated to PartyPoker PartyPoker is very known in the UK and is amongst the top poker rooms in the world. Depending on the country you are from, by making your first deposit you will either get 20 GBP for free or a 100% bonus up to 500USD and 10USD for free (no wagering). If you tried playing here yourself - please leave a post
  8. Hello Forums, I am NimmoD. new in poker forum. Recently i come accross Poker game and saw many females making money from playing Poker.. Unfortunately I am not aware of this Game.. and Looking for help on this. I am reading this post - mydentalstory blogspot com for poker but not sure it is best of not? Please suggest. Thank you, Nimmo
  9. Hello community, My name is Yonatan and I am conducting a survey for my school project in our beloved industry of gambling. I would truly appreciate your help and insight as well as replies to my survey link provided below. Very short, two minute survey !! https://goo.gl/forms/7zF3fthWa5GV2bf82 Thank you so much!
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  11. I am sure this sound strange but I actually read an article a few months back. I was trying to search the same article for reference but couldn't find it. It said that there are certain days of the week that are lucky for the gamblers while playing. Apparently the research showed that certain days were better for Poker players, some days for BlackJack players, etc. My lucky days come by fluke although but have you ever noticed a pattern with your winnings based on which day of the week it is?
  12. Hi there. I wanted to ask such a question... is it considered a cheat or something like this if I play poker while I take an anti anxiety med (like ativan)? I noticed that I am more imprevisible if I take it. would it be considered a cheat? I am sorry if this is a question not related to casino and can't ask it here, but not sure where else as I am a new member.
  13. If you play poker in a casino, it’s certain that once in a while you’ll be involved in conflicts with other players on the table. It's important for you to know how to manage it when it happens. What are your experiences in such situations? Please share and also give some tips for it.
  14. 3 card Poker is a fun game, this is a game where you win based on a pay-out table if you beat the dealers hand provided that the dealer "qualifies". I played the same and hit a 3 of a kind and straight flush and the ante bet payoff in the same night. Would love to read more experiences!
  15. Hi All I am new here and would like to know if anyone knows where to find webcam poker? I played some at 888 back a few years ago... And tried it on PornhubCasino.. But is there anywhere else I can find some good cash games with that product and who makes it? Its too bad we don't see more of this coming out with all the past experiences with bots and collusion. If anyone knows who does this product or where to find good games please hit me up!
  16. Not sure if I'm allowed to post a link here but google for PokerScout and you'll find the site no problem. It's mainly just a review site for on-line poker but almost every review on the whole site about every poker room is just a complaint that the room is rigged. Seems completely ridiculous to me, there's even less reason to rig a poker room than a casino considering they make their money from the rake regardless of who wins each hand... but then people will say that the cards are dealt deliberately to cause action - giving everybody a piece of the flop so that everyone will bet and the site makes the maximum possible rake. I've been playing on-line poker for many years and had some horrible bad beats. I've also won a great deal of money some months too mainly from cash games but also Double Or Nothing's and winning the odd MTT. I have no doubt that PokerStars and iPoker are fair, so how can this site be 95% negative reviews?
  17. Last month I was amazed to find a $50 free chip in my Paddy Power poker account for use on the casino side games, it had a 30x wager requirement but I managed a decent cashout at the end of it and felt pretty happy at receiving such a generous reward... then today, I find this in my email! Wow, so rare to get this kind of generousity from any on-line casino these days. Thanks Paddy Power!
  18. I received a code for a £2 free token at Sky Poker yesterday and passed it onto a friend who was also able to claim it successfully so thought I would share it with you lovely folks as well! The code is... SKYBLUE Enjoy!
  19. Anyone Else Having Trouble ? 12:36am Gmt +12 Be good to hear a status update from a rep or some such the groups solid sounds like they hit a snag come on guys shake it off , bucket of water on the head , and back into the ring. Update 1:26am gtm +12 : They hit a snag but their working through it spoke to support just before .
  20. One of the big questions on the minds of many lately with the World Series of Poker fast approaching is whether or not this would be the year that Howard Lederer returned to the felt to chase bracelets. On Wednesday afternoon, Lederer released a statement via Daniel Negreanu'sblog at FullContactPoker.com that began "I am writing to apologize to everyone in the poker community." In the letter, Lederer takes on more responsibility for the fallout of Full Tilt Poker that occurred once Black Friday rocked the poker world on April 15, 2011. A year and a half after that day, PokerNewsspoke to Lederer for an exclusive seven-hour video series deemed "The Lederer Files." In those videos, Lederer deflected much of the blame away from himself and his account of what happened didn't sit well with the poker community. Since then, not much of Lederer has been seen around the poker world, except for a few glimpses here and there in some high-stakes cash games around Las Vegas. The letter, originally posted on Negreanu's blog on FullContactPoker.com, reads as follows: "I am writing to apologize to everyone in the poker community, especially to all the players who had money on Full Tilt Poker on April 15, 2011. When Full Tilt Poker closed in 2011, there was a shortfall in funds, a distressed sale to recover those funds, and a long delay in repaying players. Throughout this period, there was little explanation for the delay, and no apology. Players felt lied to. They trusted the site, and they trusted me, and I didn’t live up to that trust. "I take full responsibility for Full Tilt’s failure to protect player deposits leading up to Black Friday. The shortfall in player deposits should never have happened. I should have provided better oversight or made sure that responsible others provided that oversight. I was a founder in the company that launched Full Tilt, and I became the face of the company’s management in the poker community. Many of our players played on the site because they trusted me. "Even though I was no longer overseeing day to day operations, my inattention in the two years leading up to Black Friday imperiled players’ deposits. My involvement in Full Tilt from 2003-2008 put me in a unique position of trust—a trust that I disappointed by failing to ensure that Full Tilt was properly governed when I stepped away in 2008. My failure to make sure proper oversight was in place when I left resulted in the situation that began to unfold on Black Friday. Players were not able to get their money back for a minimum of a year and a half, and, for many, it has been much longer. I’ve been a poker player my entire adult life. I know the importance of having access to one’s bankroll. The lost opportunity, frustration, and anxiety many of FTP’s customers experienced in the intervening years is unacceptable. I cannot be sorry enough for what happened. "During Full Tilt’s rise, I received a lot of praise. I couldn’t see it at the time, but I let the headlines change me. In the first couple of years after Black Friday I made lots of excuses, to my friends, my family and myself, for why I wasn’t the bad guy or big-headed or wrong. In the months immediately following the crisis, I focused a lot of energy on trying to refute allegations that were factually untrue. I convinced myself that I was a victim of circumstance and that criticism was being unfairly directed toward me instead of others. I was missing the bigger picture. "At a wedding in the fall of 2014, I was sitting with a friend, talking about Full Tilt. I was grumbling about how unfair my lot in life had become. My friend didn’t let me off the hook. I’m paraphrasing here, but he said, “Howard, it doesn’t matter whether you knew about the shortfall or what you did to help players get paid. These players feel like you lied to them. You were the face of the company in the poker community. Thousands of players played on the site because they trusted you. Many pros represented the site because they thought you were in control. And you happily accepted the accolades while falling short of their trust.” "At the time, my friend’s response felt like a slap in the face, but it is clear to me now that it was fair. An apology is not enough, but it is what I am able to offer to the poker community in the wake of a travesty that I should not have allowed to happen. I am sorry." Following posting the letter, Negreanu provided some commentary of his own, first suggesting that "I think this is the kind of apology people would have liked to read five years ago." Negreanu later reiterates that he wishes Lederer's comments in this capacity came sooner than five years down the road and understands that accepting what Lederer has to say will be a matter of personal choice. Negreanu also said, "For what its worth, I personally believe the apology to be genuine." The letter is also timely in that it came the same week the Full Tilt client was fully rolled into the PokerStars platform, marking the end of an era as Negreanu put it. As for what the future holds, the letter could be seen as Lederer's plea to the poker community that he wants to play poker again, and that it's better to try and right the wrongs of the past, no matter how late, in order to help do so. Even Negreanu says this could be the case. "My guess is that he just wants to be able to play poker again without the vitriol sent in his direction," Negreanu wrote. "Will this apology accomplish that? I don't know. I can only say that for me, I'm not bothered by him being at the poker table anymore. The players have been paid and he seems to be finally acknowledging and owning that he really screwed up. I have no interest in continuing to hold my grudge against him. I don't expect us to ever be 'pals,' as we never really were even before, but the venom I once held inside for him has subsided and I'd also like to close that chapter of my own life."
  21. Hi There, I m a newbie to this fascinating game, please help me to understand more about Poker.
  22. The founder of the highly profitable online bookmaking empire is arguably Britain's most successful self-made businesswoman The most visible face of online bookmaker Bet365, at least to Premiership football fans, is the actor Ray Winstone, who appears on half-time adverts during televised matches with updates on up-to-the-second odds - for example on whether Wayne Rooney will be the next goal scorer. But behind this most male of messengers is a passionate businesswoman, one of Britain's most talented entrepreneurs of her generation.T There is every chance you will never have heard of Denise Coates but with more than £12bn of bets a year staked with her highly profitable Bet365 online bookmaking empire, she is arguably the country's most successful self-made businesswoman. "I really don't enjoy the attention. The public side does not come naturally to me," she explains, giving her first newspaper interview only after much persuasion. "I'm not saying I'm a shrinking violet. I'm not. I've been bossy all my life. It's just I very much enjoy actually running the business." Coates can pass unrecognised through the streets of Stoke-on-Trent, where Bet365's success has made it the city's largest private sector employer, its unassuming offices a hi-tech hive of activity on the margins of an industrial landscape dominated by derelict pottery factories. A gleaming Aston Martin, with personalised number plates bearing her initials in the small car park is the only overt sign of the fortune she has amassed. Certainly, Coates in person is striking in her lack of airs and graces. In 12 years she has built Bet365 into a business with a revenue of £647m, only about a quarter of which comes from punters in the UK. Top-line operating profits of £147m are far greater than equivalent earnings from the online operations of either Ladbrokes or William Hill. And there is a clue to Coates's success in the company name. "You start a 24/7 business and you work 24/7," she explains. "When you're not here [in the office], you take calls in the middle of the night, regularly – that's how the early days were. I've worked harder than you can possibly imagine. In the last couple of years, life has normalised … The impact on my life now is very different." The latest filed accounts show Coates and her family have started to enjoy the fruits of their labour, sharing almost £75m in dividends over three years. Half of this has gone to Bet365's indefatigable founder, by dint of her 50.2% stake, making Coates a very rich woman indeed. Profits too have been used to subsidise Stoke City football club, which is majority owned by Bet365. The Sunday Times' rich list published in April mentioned Coates almost as an adjunct to her father Peter Coates, the chairman of the football club, putting their combined wealth at £800m. In truth, however, while her popular and affable father has a small stake in Bet365, the business is controlled and run by his daughter. "I'm not a social animal … I think there have been false assumptions made about my role," she says without a trace of irritation. "There was a misunderstanding that as dad was the chairman of Stoke, he ran Bet365 – something dad was always clear that he didn't do. However, the media decides, for whatever reasons, that maybe it makes a better story if they say he does." She is similarly unperturbed about what it means to be a woman at the top of the bookmaking industry. "I never gave it a second thought. It didn't cross my mind. I probably had a few [meetings] at first where I had to put somebody right – but I knew my business, so it wasn't a problem … I just wanted to get on with making my business successful. I've never dwelled on the fact, or thought about the fact, that I was a woman." Coates's start in the bookmaking industry was unremarkable. She began as a cashier, marking up results in a small number of betting shops owned by her father, and operated for him as a sideline to his main business which was football stadium catering. Outside the confines of the cashier's booth the bookmaking industry might have seemed to many a very male preserve, but Coates was blind to that and the trade appealed to her mathematical mind. "I really enjoyed it … by the time I left university [where she achieved a first in econometrics] I could run a betting shop." Unclear what to do next, she went on to train as an accountant within the family firm – a useful move, she reflects, though the work was "dry" and she hated it. Given the opportunity by her father to take over what Coates remembers as "a small chain of pretty rubbish betting shops", she jumped at the challenge. Very soon the shops' fortunes had begun to turn around and, with the help of a huge loan from Barclays, Coates acquired a neighbouring chain, doubling the size of the business at a stroke. But turning round the fortunes of the shops – long since sold on to Coral – was not enough. Working from an office above one of her father's bookies, Coates starting to notice the emerging popularity of gambling websites. Quickly, she was convinced this was where the future lay. "She just kept saying: 'This is what we're going to do, this is what we're going to do,'" recalls her brother John Coates, who helps run the business and is her closest adviser. "The internet was there and she just felt sports betting was the thing." Others too, such as Coral and William Hill, were tentatively exploring what the internet had to offer, but none leapt into these uncharted waters with quite the conviction of Coates. Having failed to raise a penny from venture capitalists in London, she turned instead to her father, other family members and Royal Bank of Scotland for the backing she needed. "We mortgaged the betting shops and put it all into online. We knew the industry required big startup costs but … we gambled everything on it. We were the ultimate gamblers if you like." It was a bet that has paid off spectacularly, producing a hi-tech business that employs 1,900 staff in Stoke and spends £60m a year on IT. "Why Stoke? It's a simple answer: it's where I'm from," says Coates. "We began in a Portakabin on a car park near one of the betting shops. It's to a large extent down to an accident of birth … As to why we have stayed here when every other major competitor is based in a lower tax jurisdiction, that's a more difficult question to answer logically." In his March budget, the chancellor confirmed he wanted to remove this uneven tax regime, proposing the introduction of a tax based on the punter's jurisdiction rather than that of the online bookmaker. Bet365 has long pressed for such a move, claiming that about half of the £130m in taxes the group pays to the UK exchequer is made up of duty they might otherwise largely avoid if they relocated offshore. "The area means a lot to us," insists Coates. "We've always worked in Stoke, we've always had businesses in Stoke. I would never what to spend large parts of my time abroad if I can avoid it." While Coates displays a loyalty to her hometown, she is markedly less sentimental when it comes to sport. Unlike many of her bookmaking counterparts, she is rarely to be found at big sporting events holding forth on her opinion of the likely outcome. She retains a resolutely commercial focus. "I'm not a regular at the races. I'm a regular in the workplace." The group's ownership of Stoke City is a project she has almost nothing to do with, leaving it to her father and brother, for whom it is a great passion. Her husband also works at the club, which has received about £60m in Bet365 funds since it was taken over in 2006. While some of her family relish the high-profile challenge of owning a Premiership club, Coates herself is happy to remain almost invisible, left to get on with her job. So protective of her privacy is she that she declines to discuss her interests beyond work. "My family is what's important to me," is the nearest she comes, though she won't say whether she has children. Although she has not won the Veuve Clicquot businesswoman of the year award or enjoyed the celebrity of internet entrepreneur peers such as Martha Lane Fox, Coates's success was finally recognised outside the betting industry last year when she was awarded a CBE. Should Bet365 continue to flourish, it is hard to imagine her remaining below the radar much longer.
  23. Unibet has appointed London marketing agency K a r m a r a m a as its new European creative lead. The gaming operator has been searching for a new partner since it announced that it would be renewing its contract with Albion in December 2015. Karmarama will be tasked with launching Unibet’s ‘online series’, which will be shot across multiple markets and feature international sports personalities, next month. The series will be produced by content production specialists Kream. Alison Sams, head of brand at Unibet said: “Karmarama impressed us with their non-traditional approach and their pitch that really spoke to our ‘By players, for players’ ethos. They are a great team with a great attitude and we’re looking forward to working with them across our business.” Jon Wilkins, executive chairman of Karmarama, added: “Unibet focus on delivering amazing experiences for their customers and we’re thrilled to be working with them internationally.” “Unibet has taken its time in making this appointment, and will hope for positive results during a big summer of sport.” ‘ ... Karmarama the home of good works. We are an independent marketing communications group dedicated to delivering one thing really well: doing what's right to help our clients win. ' Unibet Casino # checkoutunibetcasino or sign up here http://www.askgamblers.com/casino/unibet-casino-review-r2362
  24. State's Online Casinos Win $17M From Gamblers In April Online casinos in the state of New Jersey collectively won $17 million from gamblers during the month of April, according to figures released this week from Garden State regulators. The $17 million is an all-time high for a single month. That amount was 33.8 percent more than April 2015’s $12.7 million. Back in March online casinos broke the $15-million mark for the first time. Through the first four months of this year, Internet gaming win was up 29.3 percent year-over-year to $61.9 million. Revenue from peer-to-peer poker play was nearly $2.6 million in April, compared to $2 million the year prior. That was an increase of 30.4 percent. April was the first full month of PokerStars running games in New Jersey. The site, which partnered with Resorts casino, launched on Mar. 21. According to information from New Jersey, PokerStars accounted for roughly 46 percent of the state’s online poker market in April. The first third of 2016 has generated $9.2 million in online poker revenue, up 7.4 percent from the $8.6 million raked during the first four months of 2015. The Borgata led the way with nearly $4 million in April online gaming revenue, followed by Resorts ($3.5 million), Golden Nugget ($3.3 million), Caesars Interactive NJ ($3.2 million) and Tropicana ($3.1 million). Resorts had just $212,739 in online gaming revenue in April 2015, so the partnership with PokerStars has made a huge difference. Only Resorts, Borgata and Caesars do online poker.
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