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Old 10-02-2007, 04:39 PM
goragora goragora is offline
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Default ongame what is better?

When getting a rake back on ongame you have two options to get a:

normal rake back lets say 35% from betsson, eurobet etc

or a combinated one like tower, next etc here you get like 30% + the bonus from the site

On the firs sight the second is indubitably better, but this sites deduct the bonus from the MGR, and at the end you re reciving less that you would with normal rb.

They say you can get 60% combined but that is form the deducted number.

So did anyone made some comparissons, which one to choose?
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Old 10-02-2007, 04:56 PM
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Default Re: ongame what is better?

A 7x bonus crushes any RB only deal, at least at my stakes (1/2-3/6 SH FL).
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Old 10-03-2007, 03:57 PM
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Default Re: ongame what is better?

Is it possible to see some calculation how the things go on various sites would like to know for eurobet, tower, betsson and next poker for the rake back at 30% and at 50% if no one has this I will do it myself and post it here
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Old 10-03-2007, 04:45 PM
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Default Re: ongame what is better?

and how does it all actually work
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eurobet you get only rakeback no extra bonus nothing deducted

next you get 16x bonus and rb is deducted from the bonus you have recived

tower do you get any additional bonuses after the first two x5 and x9, is it on fixed deal or private?

betsson just rake back, something deducted?

would realy like to get down to rock bottom of this ongame (confusing) offers
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Old 10-03-2007, 06:44 PM
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Default Re: ongame what is better?

I'm also looking for a breakdown on how tower rb works.
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Old 10-03-2007, 10:59 PM
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Default Re: ongame what is better?

The Ongame skins all work identically in that bonuses are deducted from MGR.

Towergaming runs continuous 7x bonuses in addition to their 5x and 10x signup bonuses, and frequently has 5x and 6x reloads. Typically, with rakeback, this is the best deal on Ongame. Having said that, this of course depends on your level and style of play. Towergaming, similar to the other Ongame skins, does not facilitate rakeback, and you rely on your affiliate for a rate and payment.

You're best off picking a skin that offers greater value for your style of play. For some, Towergaming continuous bonuses and rakeback can amount to 65-80% total rake back, for others, an offer with a higher rakeback percentage without bonuses may be optimal.
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Old 10-04-2007, 12:36 AM
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Default Re: ongame what is better?

I think Tower & Hollywood are definitely the best out there.

You can get constant 8x bonuses at Hollywood through some affiliates, RTR for one...no RB though. Hollywood also has "Happy Hour" bonuses for certain sets and quads that give a little additional value.

Tower offers the 5x signup bonus, and then they usually offer a 5x reload when you clear that, I believe. I think I had 3500 points when I was done clearing those, then earned 100 more points so I could buy the 7x $500 bonus for 3600 points. Once you clear that, you will have 3500 points again. You can keep buying these bonuses, so effectively at worst case you have a constant 7.2x bonus there. If they offer a reload (I am working on a 6x $500 right now), that gives you enough points to top up that extra 100 points you need for the 7x for a long time. Also, if you ask for PMs in the Tower thread here, you may be able to get a little more something else. [img]/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]
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Old 10-04-2007, 12:49 AM
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Default Re: ongame what is better?

So is there an approximate equivalent rakeback rate(ie:40%)
for clearing Tower bonuses?
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Old 10-04-2007, 12:50 AM
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Default Re: ongame what is better?

For a real example, I'll share my Tower stats for last month.

I generated $1,916.71 in MGR while clearing $1,000 in bonus. That's about 52% of my rake back...so who cares if the bonus is deducted from the MGR for any RB?

If I were to receive 30% RB with no bonus, that would only be $575.01.

If I were to receive 30% RB after the bonus above, the $1,000 would be deducted from the $1,916.71, for a net MGR of $916.71. 30% of that would be $275.01, which makes for $1,275.01 with the bonuses, or 66.5% RB.
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Old 10-04-2007, 01:37 AM
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Default Re: ongame what is better?

That's good info. I could provide further insight as I have a feeling we play at about the same level. I play 2/4nl - max 5 at ongame too..but not Tower. What are your stakes and
and how many hands does that represent? Thanks.
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