Online Poker and Poker Rooms
Theoretically, poker rooms should all be the same. Players must win or lose. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Inevitably some players have to lose so others can win. The whole problem is sharks. They don’t want to play with players like themselves. Sharks just want to play with fish. At the six-person table, there are situations where five players perish as a fish, do not continue the game, but become “sitting” by moving to other tables. They don’t even expect to do a few rounds until the daring little fish leave the table and turn off the computers.
Needless to say, the losing player feels insulted and disappointed. In fact, the fish didn’t have much of a chance to win. Statistics and mathematics are very stubborn sciences and cannot win over a long period of time. Of course, a bad poker player can also win, but the stakes will be low, and starting from the starting limit of 50 “buy-ins” chosen in the game, there is almost no chance of winning.
If one of the poker players with a small win read this article, I have questions for them: Do you think you are addicted to the game? Can you change your lifestyle and give up the game? Do you understand that online poker is long dead and you are paying unreasonably? So why do players continue to play poker and not online casinos?
Many users put everything into a poker player’s career, not wanting to understand or want to admit that online poker is dead. And online poker has died a long time ago. Unfortunately, there are young players who have entered “landing pages” a few years ago to attract newcomers. They are full of easy living atmosphere and emotions like leaving the casino and work, chasing many successful days.
Who are the partners and what are their roles in an online poker life?
To continue our discussion, it is necessary to explain who the partners are and what their role is in the chain of relationships between the poker room and the player. In our field, “partnership” means attracting the community (in other words, partner). Participants of poker rooms’ affiliate programs are called affiliates. In theory, partners should attract new players, participate in the popularization of online poker as a whole, take various promotional actions and get their share of the commission of the attraction created with the help of players.
In practice, things work a little differently. The partners try to convince each other’s players and promise them more and more than their own commission. Today, there is a situation where the partners give all their shares in the commission to the players, and it corresponds to 1-3% of the commission amount. Note that almost all poker rooms prohibit a Rakeback. Ultimately, the whole layout known to all the elements of this chain turns into a kind of game like a cat and mouse. In this case, when the poker room claims that the partner was caught red-handed in the Rakeback payment, the players are not paid but remain in the balance of the room. Eventually, the actors suffer again.
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