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New depositor freeroll ROI question - Sun Jan 22, 2012, 03:23 PM
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So lots of great advice about these but i think i have confused my self.

so general advice is dont take the rebuy but do take the add-on as its bad for ROI to take the rebuy.

and mostly this is what i have been doing. But if you look at the structure the bubble comes very quickly after the add-on period, so would it not make sense to take a rebuy and forgo the add-on.

So example - yesterday gambled all in JJ and lost took the double rebuy no add on went on to cash for 61Cents a profit of 1 cent.

Now if i didn't re-buy i risk no money but have no chance to make any money.

so the question is it better to risk no money and accept zero reward, or worth while risking a rebuy to attempt a cash?

Please remember that there is gong to be differences of option here (i hope and so you need to reasons / examples as to why you feel you method is the best option.

Thanks

Grade b


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