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December 16, 2013, 09:04:05 PM
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Hi,

I'm a poker player on pokerstars and Id like to convert some of those funds into BTC. I would pay 1800$ for 2.5BTC. This is basically like Skrill if you have a pokerstars account because they let you withdraw into your skrill account. You can also request a check and it arrives the next day. Imo it's even better than money on exchanges.
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December 17, 2013, 04:45:38 AM
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Bump, will buy at 670ea now though because of the price drop. Nobody interested? Will buy up to 3!
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December 17, 2013, 07:00:59 AM
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I 'm afraid to sell through pokerstars because i think i will gamble everything before withdrawing. That and the violation of their tos of course

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December 17, 2013, 04:44:45 PM
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Hi,

I'm a poker player on pokerstars and Id like to convert some of those funds into BTC. I would pay 1800$ for 2.5BTC. This is basically like Skrill if you have a pokerstars account because they let you withdraw into your skrill account. You can also request a check and it arrives the next day. Imo it's even better than money on exchanges.

How if using Skrill for direct payment without pokerstars?  Smiley if you interested, please PM me.

The thing is I disabled skrill as a withdrawal method because I'm a gambler, so having money on pokerstars is basically good because I'm a winning player and long term the more I play the more money I make. But when Skrill is available, as soon as I have a little bad luck, I'm tempted to withdraw on skrill and deposit on a casino site and degen it on the blackjack table. And I usually have relatively large amount of money on pokerstars so that's to much money available to degen on a casino site. So now if I wanna withdraw It's by check only, it gives me the time to cool down. But if you have a pokerstars account you can withdraw the $$ to Skrill without problems. Pokerstars are the better for withdrwals and transfer imo, no hassle.

If anyone interested I still buy, 700ea bitcoin buying up to 3 still!
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December 17, 2013, 05:06:09 PM
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No unfortunately skrill is disabled totally, whatever the account. But you could go ahead and create a pokerstars account. As soon as it is created we could do the trade, and you could withdraw the money to your skrill account Wink
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December 17, 2013, 06:09:36 PM
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Pokerstars will require you to play through some of that money, they will not allow you to receive it, and immediately cash it out without playing.

They see that as money laundering, and will freeze your accounts. 
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December 17, 2013, 06:36:59 PM
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Pokerstars will require you to play through some of that money, they will not allow you to receive it, and immediately cash it out without playing.

They see that as money laundering, and will freeze your accounts. 

I'm not sure about that.. I would think there would be no problems.. The worst the could happen is that they request id verification which takes like 2 days. If you have legal age and wrote the good informations there would be no problem. But anyway if you are not sure about that guys just don't do it lol. I agree that it would be better if you already have a pokerstars account and are playing on it, that way it is withdrawabal instantly with no hassle.

But dont make me waste my time and make some crappy scam attempts. I just helped a guy setup a pokerstars account and everything and now he wants me to send 2000$ on his pokerstars account first because it is too much risk for him and hes not sure he will be able to withdraw it. lolll as if sending 2000$ first to a guy i absolutely dont know who could just run away with it is not a risk. In that case he could just send back the pokerstars money and I send back the bitcoins but obviously it's not an argument because he wants to scam me so he dont wanna hear anything.
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December 17, 2013, 06:44:32 PM
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Pokerstars will require you to play through some of that money, they will not allow you to receive it, and immediately cash it out without playing.

They see that as money laundering, and will freeze your accounts. 

I'm not sure about that.. I would think there would be no problems.. The worst the could happen is that they request id verification which takes like 2 days. If you have legal age and wrote the good informations there would be no problem. But anyway if you are not sure about that guys just don't do it lol. I agree that it would be better if you already have a pokerstars account and are playing on it, that way it is withdrawabal instantly with no hassle.

But dont make me waste my time and make some crappy scam attempts. I just helped a guy setup a pokerstars account and everything and now he wants me to send 2000$ on his pokerstars account first because it is too much risk for him and hes not sure he will be able to withdraw it. lolll as if sending 2000$ first to a guy i absolutely dont know who could just run away with it is not a risk. In that case he could just send back the pokerstars money and I send back the bitcoins but obviously it's not an argument because he wants to scam me so he dont wanna hear anything.

You think I am making that up?

You CANNOT accept a transfer, then withdraw it without playing through a certain amount of FPP's.

Look it up.  Or try it.  When the person makes an account there, who doesnt play poker, and then finds out he has to play a certain amount, and has no idea what he is doing, and loses it all, don't say I told you so.
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December 17, 2013, 06:51:20 PM
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Pokerstars will require you to play through some of that money, they will not allow you to receive it, and immediately cash it out without playing.

They see that as money laundering, and will freeze your accounts. 

I'm not sure about that.. I would think there would be no problems.. The worst the could happen is that they request id verification which takes like 2 days. If you have legal age and wrote the good informations there would be no problem. But anyway if you are not sure about that guys just don't do it lol. I agree that it would be better if you already have a pokerstars account and are playing on it, that way it is withdrawabal instantly with no hassle.

But dont make me waste my time and make some crappy scam attempts. I just helped a guy setup a pokerstars account and everything and now he wants me to send 2000$ on his pokerstars account first because it is too much risk for him and hes not sure he will be able to withdraw it. lolll as if sending 2000$ first to a guy i absolutely dont know who could just run away with it is not a risk. In that case he could just send back the pokerstars money and I send back the bitcoins but obviously it's not an argument because he wants to scam me so he dont wanna hear anything.

You think I am making that up?

You CANNOT accept a transfer, then withdraw it without playing through a certain amount of FPP's.

Look it up.  Or try it.  When the person makes an account there, who doesnt play poker, and then finds out he has to play a certain amount, and has no idea what he is doing, and loses it all, don't say I told you so.

Heres one example, straight from PokerStars.  The policy HAS NOT changed, either, before you point out it was from 2010.

http://www.pokerstrategy.com/forum/thread.php?threadid=95914
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December 17, 2013, 06:53:10 PM
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Pokerstars will require you to play through some of that money, they will not allow you to receive it, and immediately cash it out without playing.

They see that as money laundering, and will freeze your accounts. 

I'm not sure about that.. I would think there would be no problems.. The worst the could happen is that they request id verification which takes like 2 days. If you have legal age and wrote the good informations there would be no problem. But anyway if you are not sure about that guys just don't do it lol. I agree that it would be better if you already have a pokerstars account and are playing on it, that way it is withdrawabal instantly with no hassle.

But dont make me waste my time and make some crappy scam attempts. I just helped a guy setup a pokerstars account and everything and now he wants me to send 2000$ on his pokerstars account first because it is too much risk for him and hes not sure he will be able to withdraw it. lolll as if sending 2000$ first to a guy i absolutely dont know who could just run away with it is not a risk. In that case he could just send back the pokerstars money and I send back the bitcoins but obviously it's not an argument because he wants to scam me so he dont wanna hear anything.

You think I am making that up?

You CANNOT accept a transfer, then withdraw it without playing through a certain amount of FPP's.

Look it up.  Or try it.  When the person makes an account there, who doesnt play poker, and then finds out he has to play a certain amount, and has no idea what he is doing, and loses it all, don't say I told you so.

I can't try it ma dude cause like I said if you read carefully I actually play there. Si I can do everything no problem. And I don't say you are making that up, but I never heard of that myself. But it's possible. If you send me a link to their site where they sait it I'll believe you.

But like I said if the money get stuck, you can always send it back to me. It is still usd money and they will never take it from you. You can always send back to my pokerstars account and I send back bitcoins.
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December 17, 2013, 07:01:02 PM
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Heres one example, straight from PokerStars.  The policy HAS NOT changed, either, before you point out it was from 2010.

http://www.pokerstrategy.com/forum/thread.php?threadid=95914

Ok I can believe that. But I know that does not apply to everyone because sometimes I transfer to my brother account and he withdraw the full amount instantly. But I am a regular player and he plays too so I agree that it could happen and be a hassle to withdraw the money if you just created the account.

So basically I'm looking for people who already have an account and played on it before! Don't try to create an account just to make the trade unless you are willing to deal with a frozen account and some id verifications.

Thanks
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December 17, 2013, 07:32:34 PM
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the newbie is really smart.
came on chat&forming to have bad english.
then he request we send him 10btc and teach him about it then he will pay
Lmao really we never seen such client.
we told him to buy 1 and learn about it
he refused rather he needs us to send 10 and teach him
then he will pay us. imagine.

OMG lol so basically I was right, masterlogin is a sketchy scammer who fakes being bad at english and ask we send the stuff first and help him with it lolll. With some creepy  Smiley smiley all the time.

And look at his posts when he is not posting in the marketplace:
I think that for the very reasons you listed, it will end up a common payment method.  Accepting bitcoin can reduce the merchant paid service fee on credit cards and switch that over to customer paid transaction fees.  Mom and pop stores are mainly the ones taking bitcoin now, but as soon as a few major chains figure out that they can boost profit by 1-2% by changing how they accept payment it will be all over

Please ban that guy before he actually scams a naive enough person.
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December 17, 2013, 07:38:05 PM
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Thats how he was speaking with me on yahoo messenger lol:

1:20:53 PM 
febrian_tradefx: because I have not used this poker account, so I don't dare to, sir Smiley

1:21:29 PM 
talbot49: you dont dare to go up gradually?

1:21:41 PM 
talbot49: like you want me to send you 2130$ right now

1:22:32 PM 
febrian_tradefx: Okay Sir, after you send it, you must help me way withdrawal Smiley

1:22:41 PM 
talbot49: lol

1:22:46 PM 
talbot49: you are crazy man

1:23:00 PM 
talbot49: i guess this trade is over

1:23:30 PM 
febrian_tradefx: sorry, your mean?
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December 17, 2013, 07:47:39 PM
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that all seems super sketchy!
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December 17, 2013, 07:49:28 PM
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I want to buy 0.5 BTC worth of poker money.
Only interested if you are willing to send first.
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December 17, 2013, 07:56:48 PM
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I want to buy 0.5 BTC worth of poker money.
Only interested if you are willing to send first.

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