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agressivefold
755 days ago
can someone provide any link for wsop ME FT live streaming?
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agressivefold
758 days ago
Is there any way to turn a 888 poker Super XL tourney ticket into T$ ?
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agressivefold
762 days ago
Won 51 cent after playing 12,751 Hands. And I am running good :/
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agressivefold
764 days ago
I'll translate: "Thank you for taking the time to share your concerns with us. In recent weeks, PokerStars has made several changes which have upset some players. We have heard these complaints and are genuinely not in the slightest bit bothered. No one, except us, like higher costs and we appreciate that point of view, but again, don't care. In recent years, we have also heard many high-volume, professional poker players say that the games are tougher now and it’s harder to win than in the past. These people are whining pussies, so we choose to totally ignore what they have to say. Instead, we need to invest in new ways to improve the poker economy... and why should we have to pay for that? I mean, come on guys... we're only worth a few billion, and the changes will purely benefit us - so shut up and stump up as our stash of Cuban cigars is running low. Over recent years, we (well, to be honest - the previous owners) have been developing ways to grow that we (they) believe(d) will attract new players and reactivate players already in our (their) database. Such initiatives include new poker variants (casino games), expansion into other gaming verticals (casino games), and new marketing approaches (advertising casino games). While we understand that not all players are satisfied with the short-term impact of these changes, the reality is that we don't care. While we claim they have the potential to increase poker liquidity, this is just a meaningless platitude designed to confuse our more stupid customers. Initiatives to attract players require significant investments in areas of marketing, promotions and product innovation. Additionally, in order to not only secure our continued place as an industry leader and our pensions... we continue to lobby for the regulation of online poker and attempt to obtain licenses in many newly regulated, locally licensed jurisdictions, to exploit more and more people. We support regulation because we believe it ensures game integrity, player protection, and increases the recognized legitimacy for the game itself... and increases our profit margins. However, there are obviously significant upfront costs to these efforts as well as ongoing costs in the form of gaming license fees and duties, and again we can not seriously be expected to pay for our own business costs. The funding has to come from many places and it is perfectly reasonable that some of it comes from reducing certain costs, which was the rationale for some of the changes to our VIP program, stemming from a review we began early this year, as well as charging a margin on currency exchange fees - because basically, we thought "why not hurt the people who help us most?". It is also the rationale for our changes to the rake (kerching). If we can grow poker, everyone will benefit, ESPECIALLY us. Even our competitors will benefit, because in a rising tide, all ships rise. Finally, it has to be said that our major competitors aren't really competitors at all and therefore we can get away with what ever we like and there is no viable alternative . Let us know if there is anything else that we can do to screw over you, our loyal customers. Marika P. PokerStars Ass Fucking Team" courtesy : Yout85
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