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Wed Mar 16, 2011, 09:54 AM
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please delete thank you

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Wed Mar 16, 2011, 09:59 AM
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Goodbye.

I wish you luck in your search for a site that always deals YOU the winning hand
 
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Wed Mar 16, 2011, 11:49 AM
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Goodbye.

I wish you luck in your search for a site that always deals YOU the winning hand
Not looking for another site to play online poker....Just going to give it a break and try and reflect on my play and study on somethings and get off tilt
 
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Wed Mar 16, 2011, 11:58 AM
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maybe u need to go live and see how your game stack up against live players at the poker table..sometimes you have to switch up and it dosen't hurt to take breaks from online poker...do you have any casinos near you....
 
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Wed Mar 16, 2011, 12:08 PM
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maybe u need to go live and see how your game stack up against live players at the poker table..sometimes you have to switch up and it dosen't hurt to take breaks from online poker...do you have any casinos near you....
Yes I do..Ummmm downstream casino has tourneys everyday at 11am for 25 +5...And from what I hear that is cheap...Was a little affraid to do that until I get a better grasp on the game..But I guess would not be a bad ideal and just play TW and see how far I go...Play the starting hands suggested for each position and dont vary from it...And watch playing AA like its the nuts..lol
 
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Wed Mar 16, 2011, 12:09 PM
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US banks have issues transferring funds to Pokerstars because the US government was pissed off that they couldn't control or profit from offshore poker sites. So rather than legalize poker sites based in the US, they passed a wierd bill that makes it illegal for banks to transfer money to offshore sites ( or something like that). It has nothing to do with the integrity of Pokerstars.
 
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Wed Mar 16, 2011, 12:31 PM
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US banks have issues transferring funds to Pokerstars because the US government was pissed off that they couldn't control or profit from offshore poker sites. So rather than legalize poker sites based in the US, they passed a wierd bill that makes it illegal for banks to transfer money to offshore sites ( or something like that). It has nothing to do with the integrity of Pokerstars.

You are probably right if our Goverment cant have their hands in the pot it is illeagal...What banks do? None in my area does..I even tried to get an account on this site from canada that transfers money online but they are not expecting people form the US....
 
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Wed Mar 16, 2011, 02:29 PM
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just food for thought if you having problems making deposit that are other methods to get by this situation, pm and i can tell you about other respected sites that allow u to do trades for ps money or any other sites you play, for example, you buy a greendot moneypack for 20 bucks, you make a trade request for 20 dollar ps cash. and someone will respond and then u make an agreement with that perosn, this benefits both parties becuase some people want to cash out and others want deposits, instead of waiting on ps checks and sending large wu deposits... this is the best way to get pass usa laws on deposits..once you build up a good rep, you can trade almost anything, greendots, amazon, visa gift cards..etc for ps cash...hope this help and gl to u...
 
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Wed Mar 16, 2011, 02:49 PM
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where is this site dark . do i ever need one like that
 
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Wed Mar 16, 2011, 02:55 PM
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just food for thought if you having problems making deposit that are other methods to get by this situation, pm and i can tell you about other respected sites that allow u to do trades for ps money or any other sites you play, for example, you buy a greendot moneypack for 20 bucks, you make a trade request for 20 dollar ps cash. and someone will respond and then u make an agreement with that perosn, this benefits both parties becuase some people want to cash out and others want deposits, instead of waiting on ps checks and sending large wu deposits... this is the best way to get pass usa laws on deposits..once you build up a good rep, you can trade almost anything, greendots, amazon, visa gift cards..etc for ps cash...hope this help and gl to u...

hey buddy will you pm me the info for this site....ive been looking for something like this for awhile....thank you
 
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Wed Mar 16, 2011, 03:36 PM
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We keep our money in a Credit Union. Haven't had any problems getting our deposits to go through on PS. (Knocks on wood)

Dawn
 

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