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Old 05-27-04, 06:00 PM
PokerFoos
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ONLINE POKER - SITE - Intertops

Only difference between this and Party Poker is the multitable tourneys can be different. Also, it may be convenient for you if you have an intertops.com sportsbook account. No freerolls at all. They used to add a significant amount of money to some of the multi's, now there is hardly any incentive to play.
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Old 06-12-04, 06:00 PM
lovetopolka
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they do have freerolls
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Old 07-07-04, 06:00 PM
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decent games, huge traffic, good multi tables with money added, occasional reloads
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Old 07-18-04, 06:00 PM
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I was not able to cash-out via Neteller. They had to wire transfer funds to my bank account which took almost a week. I understand you may be able to transfer the poker money to the sportsbook/casino account and then to Neteller, but support did not advise this in any of the three calls I made about my cashout issue.
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Old 08-18-04, 06:00 PM
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Very convenient having poker and a sportsbook in a single account - It is a partypoker skin, so there is always a lot of action.
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Old 09-14-04, 06:00 PM
badparty
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Read comment about partypoker.com. It's only a skin change. Lots of cheating.
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Old 10-25-04, 06:00 PM
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GET THIS, THEY WONT ALLOW YOU TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT BASED ON AN ADRESS IN nEW jERSEY! WHAT THE HELL IS THAT?
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Old 12-29-04, 06:00 PM
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Very convenient having poker and a sportsbook in a single account - It is a partypoker skin, so there is always a lot of action.
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Old 01-20-05, 06:00 PM
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I must amend my original review: They do have daily freerolls...can be pretty decent. One problem is can't run Jet Set and Intertops at the same time. Also this site has the stupid button logic.
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Old 04-12-05, 06:00 PM
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Hi Guys Paul Again,As a gambler we all no doubt recognize and accept the "laws of average" factor.It cannot and will not be denied. I play Blackjack at a local casino. I usually play at the $25 minimumtable for hours at a time. I have seen dealers go on fantastic streaks of luck as well as players. Suddenly a reversal of fortunes surfaces and it goes vice versa. The same trends occur when I play in the casino's poker room, I can go an hour, sometimes more without getting involved in a hand, no viable pockets to even play loose with. While online I experience the same trends. I go bad and then suddenly I get a rush of winning pockets. As for the droughts occurring after money withdrawals from online poker rooms, it's just a coincidence. I would love to blame my droughts on rigged software. The other night there were over 80,000 players online at one time. Now just how in the world do you figure they singled you out? Out of the entire population of "players currently online" do you suppose any software can do that?!!!They can deliver weak pockets which I refer to as a "lags" because they delay your game as any good poker player will bide his time and wait, wait, wait and wait some more if need be for a viable hand.The community board may be a tad juiced as well, but then again it is going to lose for you and win for you in turn, as the "laws of average" kicks in again! Same thing at a Blackjack table when a player does the opposite move with his/her hand as he should and then the dealer instead of making a solid hand, BUSTS! Nobody wants to kick the lame player unless the dealer makes a 21. Same thing in online poker rooms. You seem to remember the "bad beats" more predominantly than the hands you committed the bad beat on yourself. Human nature, we are basically negative creatures. Some more than others, thus the constant complaining and finger pointing. A decent comparison for the online community boards would be looking back to when you were learning poker as a kid, remember when deuces were wild? That creates excitement and more possibilities for everyone's hand involved. Again, it works for you and against you within the guidelines of the "laws of average". It's how you play the winning hands that differs the winners from losers.Maximize your wins and minimize your losses. It's just that simple. Rigging? Yes. But not individual conspiracies! Well guys/gals that's the way I see it.
 

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