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January 21, 2016, 01:10:12 AM
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I know many folks play on both crypto and fiat poker rooms... do you keep separate bankrolls for both? one single bankroll? If single what % percentage of fiat vs. crypto do you try to balance? Does it really matter? Any experience is appreciated.
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January 21, 2016, 02:05:48 AM
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Yes, in both. Because in bitcoin poker rooms there isnt enough traffic for serious players.

As of the huge competition you can still get 70%-90% rakeback in fiat in smaller than Stars networks. But even in those smaller networks traffic is 10-100x than bitcoin rooms.

In bitcoin world, bitspoker have some traffic, betcoin.tm are trying to induce players with some big promos lately. Nitrogen also gave players but without decent rakeback and 4% rake on cash it better option to skip them.

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January 21, 2016, 02:14:17 AM
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Yes sadly in Bitcoin there are not a lot of options for live Poker rooms, they are always empty or very low stakes so it's a little disappointing. There's definitely a niche for a Bitcoin pokerstars like site but so far I don't think it has been filled. Every casual gambler should be excited to use Bitcoin to avoid giving personal info or CCs numbers so I don't know why it is not more popular in these types of sites.
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January 21, 2016, 03:48:44 AM
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Correct! I try to maintain two separate Bankrolls for my Poker accounts. I already played poker online before bitcoin. but right after cryptos started to appear on Poker I immediatelly addopeted them.
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January 21, 2016, 04:08:24 AM
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I have separate bankrolls for bitcoin poker and fiat poker. Mostly because it is easier to manage them separately. Also because the corresponding stakes play is different and the traffic is different as well.
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January 21, 2016, 04:59:23 AM
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Yes sadly in Bitcoin there are not a lot of options for live Poker rooms, they are always empty or very low stakes so it's a little disappointing. There's definitely a niche for a Bitcoin pokerstars like site but so far I don't think it has been filled. Every casual gambler should be excited to use Bitcoin to avoid giving personal info or CCs numbers so I don't know why it is not more popular in these types of sites.

Because casual player want to put $10 and when win $20 for example to know he won $20, and not 0.05BTC. Or deposit $50 for 0.12BTC and then next week to withdraw 0.12 which worth $30.

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January 21, 2016, 05:28:11 AM
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Yes sadly in Bitcoin there are not a lot of options for live Poker rooms, they are always empty or very low stakes so it's a little disappointing. There's definitely a niche for a Bitcoin pokerstars like site but so far I don't think it has been filled. Every casual gambler should be excited to use Bitcoin to avoid giving personal info or CCs numbers so I don't know why it is not more popular in these types of sites.

You must try to play at betcoin.ag , that was the most played bitcoin poker room around here, you wouldn't see an empty table .
I rarely play fiat poker like at fulltilt or pokerstars due I have feel comfortable play at bitcoin poker room.
I was played at fulltilt and  yeah I separate the bankroll between fulltilt and betcoin.ag.

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January 21, 2016, 06:49:21 AM
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I keep separate bankroll for both bitcoin and fiat poker, i mostly play in fiat poker rooms due to lot of players and rooms and the table and site performance is very fast and good,

In bitcoin poker room their are so many backpoints , it is slow and players are not too much to play with, their tournament are not properly arranged if a user creates 5 ids and play with only 1 id but balance 4 ids goes till final table without playing, they are not terminating non playing players from the table which is loss for live playing players.

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January 21, 2016, 08:05:46 AM
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Well if I do like both, but with crypto playing poker I just do it online and is just nice.
With the fiat money is so nice to have if you go to a real casino you sit there with your cash.

All people watching like so much chip or money.
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January 21, 2016, 08:53:35 AM
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I haven't played poker with crypto just yet
Only with fiat, I do would like to keep things seperated

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January 21, 2016, 08:54:07 AM
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I currently only play poker with fiat, so I'm using only a single bankroll. But I could imagine myself playing crypto poker in the near future - but then I'll use separate bankrolls. The only concern I have about crypto poker is the lower amount of 'traffic', there aren't a whole lot of players playing crypto poker compared to players playing fiat poker. Time will tell, I'm sure crypto poker will rise in the near future.

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January 21, 2016, 08:56:09 AM
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I currently only play poker with fiat, so I'm using only a single bankroll. But I could imagine myself playing crypto poker in the near future - but then I'll use separate bankrolls. The only concern I have about crypto poker is the lower amount of 'traffic', there aren't a whole lot of players playing crypto poker compared to players playing fiat poker. Time will tell, I'm sure crypto poker will rise in the near future.

Would be nice, but still is always fun to see those cash in the table.
Of course in the real casino you see those pro with just a lot of cash and just playing it.

Hoping that with bitcoin can we see also a physic money they are but is expensive.
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January 21, 2016, 11:14:44 AM
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I used to play with only fiat obv and now I basically only play online poker with btc or ltc, once Im finished playing I withdraw my bankroll just in case so that it may sleep safe in my wallet

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January 21, 2016, 11:19:21 AM
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Yes, in both. Because in bitcoin poker rooms there isnt enough traffic for serious players.

As of the huge competition you can still get 70%-90% rakeback in fiat in smaller than Stars networks. But even in those smaller networks traffic is 10-100x than bitcoin rooms.

In bitcoin world, bitspoker have some traffic, betcoin.tm are trying to induce players with some big promos lately. Nitrogen also gave players but without decent rakeback and 4% rake on cash it better option to skip them.

Betcoin.ag offers 13%+ rakeback, and table starter bonus upwards of 120% rakeback.

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