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Stubbe-Unibet

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  1. Excellent explanation from freedom just confirming that the upcoming will become active as soon as your current bonus is either fully completed (released full amount) or it expires
  2. I am afraid you actually need to rake a bit, in order to get rewards. Playing freerolls for instance won't get you any rewards through the loyalty system
  3. I’ll be looking into this again on Monday, so if anyone else has any feedback to add, please let me know
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  5. Seen some confusion around the current rake/fees on Unibet poker, so thought I'd share an overview here. Tournament fees 5 Handed Sit & Go HU Sit & Go MTT* €1 (€0.95 + €0.05) €1 (€0.97 + €0.03) €1 (€0.90 + €0.10) €2 (€1.90 + €0.10) €2 (€1.94 + €0.06) €4 (€3.60 + €0.40) €4 (€3.80 + €0.20) €4 (€3.88 + €0.12) €10 (€9.00 + €1.00) €10 (€9.50 + €0.50) €10 (€9.70 + €0.30) €25 (€22.50 + €2.50) €25 (€23.75 + €1.25) €25 (€24.25 + €0.75) €50 (€45.00 + €5.00) €50 (€48.50 + €1.50) €100 (€90.00 + €10.00) €100 (€97.00 + €3.00) €200 (€194.00 + €6.00) *MTT fee/rake won't always follow this exact structure, as it depends on tournament speed, format and other factors. Cash game rake Texas Hold'Em Stake (Blinds €) Rake % Cap € NL4 (0.02/0.04) 2 0.5 NL10 (0.05/0.10) 3.5 1 NL25 (0.15/0.25) 4.5 2 NL50 (0.25/0.50) 5.5 2 NL100 (0.5/1) 6 3 NL200 (1/2) 6 3 NL400 (2/4) 6 3 Omaha (PLO) Stake (Blinds €) Rake % Cap € PL4 (0.02/0.04) 2 0.5 PL10 (0.05/0.10) 3 1.5 PL25 (0.10/0.25) 3 2.5 PL50 (0.25/0.50) 3.5 3 PL100 (0.5/1) 6 3 PL200 (1/2) 6 3 PL400 (2/4) 6 3 Banzai Texas Stake (Blinds €) Rake % Cap € NL1 (0.05/0.10) 1 3 NL5 (0.25/0.50) 1 3 NL20 (1/2) 1 3 Note that if a cash game hand with 2 or 3 players dealt in, we will cut the rake cap in half, so that it is €0.50 at 0.02/0.04 blinds, €1.00 at 0.05/0.10 blinds, and €1.50 at 0.10/0.25 blinds and higher. If a hand does not reach the flop, we won't charge any rake. For hands that are raked, we charge a minimum of 1 cent and round to nearest cent. Loyalty/rakeback If you want to learn more about our loyalty system, have a look at the post below.
  6. Welcome to the community @Mroyen and really well done winning the ticket! I'm sorry but we do not allow players to sell their tickets, nor can it be exchanged to cash - no one forced you to play the qualifiers Wishing you the best of luck in the Unibet Open Online!
  7. Sounds like it has become more of an issue then. Makes sense if the guys used to just stall every hand with the regular timebank, and when that became impossible, a minority of the previous stallers would change to this strategy. I’ll check with Relax Monday what the status is.
  8. We’ll publish all the details here when it’s ready. Andy and Leo will make the decisions when they’re back from their vacation
  9. No, but this is only ever really an issue in freerolls. Rarely seen in real-money tournaments, and it can always be reported here (unless it's a freeroll)
  10. Not ready yet, but it's being worked on. Generally lower prizepool for freerolls open to everyone.
  11. In case you're opted in to communication but not getting regular (at least a couple of times a month) poker emails, I'd love to hear from you in this thread, if you're primarily playing poker on the site
  12. You’re contradicting yourself a bit here. Previously you said you prefer players to lose a couple hundred and churn indefinitely, rather than lose several thousands over a few years. Now you’re saying you just prefer small wins. Furthermore, I can’t follow your logic. It only really makes sense if liquidity isn’t part of the equation and there’s an indefinite supply of terrible players, which obviously isn’t the case. It really can’t be discussed, the data is clear: anyone wanting to make a profit should appreciate any efforts to keep the worst players in the long run, and that’s both when it comes to monetary incentives and improving the level of play. It’s up to a certain degree of course, in regards to improving level of play, but everyone - perhaps apart from you - seem to agree that it won’t make a huge difference.
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