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What other sites offer good hyper and turbo action with comparable rake to pokerstars
June 25, 2012 - 11:02
I am looking to take advantage of some bonus codes and play some turbo husngs on new sites. The rake on titan is $5 for 100; not playing there. Any other suggestions?
June 25, 2012 - 11:23#1
There's nothing wrong with
There's nothing wrong with playing on Ipoker with $5 rake on $100 level games.
Our betmost deal gets you 40% guaranteed, up to 60% VIP (basically rakeback).
Another 20% during bonus clearing as well.
Even at 40% though, that takes the actual rake down to $3.
If you are considering getting into the $200 levels and higher, Party Poker is very soft (their rake caps out at $10).
June 25, 2012 - 14:28#2
Titan sells your address,
Titan sells your address, just as a side note.
June 25, 2012 - 18:28#3
Party's 109+ are not soft :)
Party's 109+ are not soft :)
June 26, 2012 - 01:12#4
I may ask the wrong people
I may ask the wrong people these types of questions, but it should be softer than Ipoker, PokerStars, Merge and Revolution.
It should also have more traffic than Ongame, Microgaming and 888 for HUSNGs.
So unless I'm mistaken on the above, it would at least be able to claim "no larger site is softer than Party for $200+."
I could be wrong though, I don't play Party, but I do talk to multiple guys that have and do.
It could also be one of those "it depends on the player" type things.
Like on Stars at $200s, if you're a guy with good stats and the other regs respect your gameplay enough, you just wait your turn, sit and get players ranging from horrible fish to very marginal regulars. Now if you are a brand new player and you sit the $60s, you're going to probably get a higher caliber of players than the $200 level guy I just mentioned, simply because the $60 regs that will sit you over and over are going to be better on avg than the $200 fish + marginal reg combination you'll face as a respected $200 player.
So, it can certainly depend.
June 26, 2012 - 02:02#5
Weren't you planning on
Weren't you planning on adding WPT Poker to your affiliated pokerrooms?
June 26, 2012 - 20:41#6
I'm not sure if it's too much
I'm not sure if it's too much overlap with Party/if there is any added advantage to offering WPT in addition to Party (perhaps brand recognition?).
I'll look into that, but if anybody wants to sign up on WPT instead of Party in the meantime, here's a link that will allow you to earn a free HUSNG.com membership for raking $125 (standard month) or $250 (premium month) during any single calender month.
Feel free to email email@example.com to make sure you are tracked correctly to this offer once you sign up (send me your WPT username and email address you used on sign up).
June 27, 2012 - 01:33#7
According to another
According to another affiliate WPT and PP do share their playerpools meaning; if someone was registered at PP before he joined HUSNG.com he would have a possibility to play tracked over you.
June 27, 2012 - 06:28#8
Action at Revolution
Didnt want to make a new topic, but i have a question about traffic on Revolution network
The rake and the structure of hyper-turbos is the same as Pokerstars offers, but on Revolution network the rakeback is 36%. I wont make supernova this year so it looks silly to play on Pokerstars with goldstars rakeback.
How is the action there at 7-15$? If i have to wait for a few minutes after every game then it probably wont be worh it because games per hour will be much lower then in PS.
Any ideas or suggestions?
June 27, 2012 - 14:13#9
I wouldn't play on a US
I wouldn't play on a US facing site if I were a non US player.
We have an offer coming on Revolution for a non US facing skin there that does their own cashouts and should be 50% rakeback value.
Sites like Lock have shown over the last year that they operate in questionable ways. I wouldn't play there as a US facing player even, but non US players in particular should avoid. Issues like this and this among many other smaller issues are just too big of a warning sign.
Some people say "well in this climate it's nice to see somebody fighting the good fight" but that's a questionable outlook and entirely ignores some of the larger issues that they have had and chosen not to address.
July 4, 2012 - 11:31#10
Revolution vs Pokerstars:
Pokerstars: 2.19% rake and 1.73% after 21% rakeback as a goldstar
Revolution: 2.04% rake and 1.31% after 36% rakeback
Pokerstars: 2.11% rake and 1.67% after rakeback
Revolution: 2.04% rake and 1.31% after rakeback
the question now comes as to traffic and software. Pokerstars software may allow more hands per minute and more games per hour and of course traffic will be higher than Revolution. The player pools will be the difference and if it is similiar to Merge there may be more TAG's on Revolution than Stars.
I think that the ROI will be higher on Revolution due to less rake and the player pool but the hourly will be much higher on Pokerstars.
I haven't tried Revolution yet, but as Rypac mentioned above there will be a deal soon so I can try it out!
This of course is my analysis I did for the two sites and I could be completely out to lunch!
Also as caveat I am in North America so when it comes time for me to donk around the traffic is highest on Merge and Revolution as compared to iPoker and other European facing sites so for me traffic is like this:
5. Bodog - ( hard to tell might be ahead of Revolution)
6. iPoker/Winning Poker Network
So, if you are in Europe -Merge and Revolution will fall well below Microgaming, iPoker, IGT, Boss and most likely Sky and PKR.
July 4, 2012 - 12:37#11
Good post. There's no denying
There's no denying PokerStars and Revolution's superior hyper turbo structure, Merge should do themselves a favor and implement it.
I now have that Revolution offer, it should be up on vip.husng.com any day now. It will be 50% rewards value (36% rb + 14% vip bonus) for sign ups.