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December 01, 2015, 06:48:40 AM
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We will keep you updated!



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The OSS V offers something for every type of poker player.  The series will hold diverse game types including Texas Holdem, Pot-Limit Omaha and PLO8 games with re-buy and re-entry structures along with an assortment of buyins.

With 76 tournaments and over currently 7,800 BTC ($2.6 million) in prize pools the OSS V is bound to have a number of events to fit your needs!!  We wish everyone the best of luck!


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December 01, 2015, 07:25:10 PM
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I go to Betcoin.ag and see more people playing poker, communicating in the forum, the sportsbook, casino and the dice tournaments than ever.  270 people online right.  Keep doing what you are doing guys because as this forum proves you can't please everyone. 

On another note, will you be updating the post on the BitcoinTalk Tournament?   The OP didn't post last week.  Keep this tournament.

Thank you for your feedback.  Yes, traffic and activity continues to increase.  We are also working very hard on some additional improvements we hope to have ready by the beginning of the year.  You are certainly right about not being able to please everyone but we certainly will continue to try.

We have not heard from the OP organizer but plan on continuing with the tournament and will keep you posted.  You can check www.betcoin.ag for more information anytime as well. 

A good start to "try to please everyone" would be to answer the numerous people who have posted complaints or even questions.

The silence is deafening, especially when you manage to respond within 30 minutes to the two or three very obvious shill accounts who only say "I LIKE BETCOIN IT BE GOOD!"
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I go to Betcoin.ag and see more people playing poker, communicating in the forum, the sportsbook, casino and the dice tournaments than ever.  270 people online right.  Keep doing what you are doing guys because as this forum proves you can't please everyone. 

On another note, will you be updating the post on the BitcoinTalk Tournament?   The OP didn't post last week.  Keep this tournament.

Thank you for your feedback.  Yes, traffic and activity continues to increase.  We are also working very hard on some additional improvements we hope to have ready by the beginning of the year.  You are certainly right about not being able to please everyone but we certainly will continue to try.

We have not heard from the OP organizer but plan on continuing with the tournament and will keep you posted.  You can check www.betcoin.ag for more information anytime as well. 

A good start to "try to please everyone" would be to answer the numerous people who have posted complaints or even questions.

The silence is deafening, especially when you manage to respond within 30 minutes to the two or three very obvious shill accounts who only say "I LIKE BETCOIN IT BE GOOD!"

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I guess there are 240 shills playing at Betcoin right now then which is more than last week and certainly more than the week before.  Also, I was asked to simply not respond to these posts and I agreed to so but had to point out one last thing.  If you have such a problem with Betcoin, why do you play there?  May I reference your post just 2 weeks ago below:

What does Betcoin need to do to be able to allow it's players to access the WPN tournament feed again?  Do you think this will get ironed out before the start of the OSS, I'd really like to play.

Seems as the the most vocal are the most active as expected.  

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December 01, 2015, 11:02:11 PM
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I guess there are 240 shills playing at Betcoin right now

You guess wrong lol

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December 01, 2015, 11:06:39 PM
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Let us know when Betcoin is able to make up 1% of WPN players.  That would be sign of decent growth.

The "look how awesome we are - you calling us out for being dishonest and unethical is making us so much $$$" argument is BS and barely worth acknowledging at this point.

You must be a shill or very thick to be defending it.

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December 01, 2015, 11:54:02 PM
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question about the "market BTC->USD" conversion for WPN tournaments... If I cash in a tournament I play, do I get the price when the tournament started or when I bust/win? (seeing as late reg. is ridiculously long on many) Any information is appreciated.

Also, do the mBTC SNGs ever run? (or are most playing the fiat tourneys through WPN?)
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question about the "market BTC->USD" conversion for WPN tournaments... If I cash in a tournament I play, do I get the price when the tournament started or when I bust/win? (seeing as late reg. is ridiculously long on many) Any information is appreciated.

I think it would have to be the price when you get paid.

Suppose you buy in to a big tournament for $500 and end up winning $100k. WPN are going to pay betcoin in US dollars, not Bitcoin, and so betcoin are going to have to buy $100k worth of Bitcoin on an exchange. What if the price of Bitcoin had doubled since you bought in to the tournament? They're going to have to spend $200k to get you $100k worth of BTC at your buy-in price.

It's not like they're going to buy the $100k worth when you buy in, just in case you win. Because if you don't, and the price of Bitcoin halves while you're playing, they've lost $50k on the deal.

I don't know though - maybe they're happy to eat such losses.

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I guess I didn't word my question right... Okay, I register into ($500+40) the Main Event tourney (on Dec.6) TODAY (Dec. 1) in BTC... On Dec. 5th a family emergency comes up and I can't play, so I unregister. I SHOULD be refunded the amount of BTC I originally paid correct? (regardless of what the current price is at the time I unregistered)

where in the Betcoin T&C does it explain what happens in that type of scenario (i.e. possible BTC market price fluctuations in the event you have to unregister from a fiat tournament)
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Sunday December 6 Main Event, it would be nice to win a ticket through satellite, one time plz  Smiley

Pukis there are many many satty's to most of the great OSS Tournaments including the million dollar Sunday.  Be sure to check the lobby frequently.  Also each tournament will have a list of sattys that feed into it. 

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question about the "market BTC->USD" conversion for WPN tournaments... If I cash in a tournament I play, do I get the price when the tournament started or when I bust/win? (seeing as late reg. is ridiculously long on many) Any information is appreciated.

I think it would have to be the price when you get paid.

Suppose you buy in to a big tournament for $500 and end up winning $100k. WPN are going to pay betcoin in US dollars, not Bitcoin, and so betcoin are going to have to buy $100k worth of Bitcoin on an exchange. What if the price of Bitcoin had doubled since you bought in to the tournament? They're going to have to spend $200k to get you $100k worth of BTC at your buy-in price.

It's not like they're going to buy the $100k worth when you buy in, just in case you win. Because if you don't, and the price of Bitcoin halves while you're playing, they've lost $50k on the deal.

I don't know though - maybe they're happy to eat such losses.

Dooglus is correct here.  You are paid at the current market rate in bitcoin.  Great feedback and good question. 

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December 02, 2015, 01:56:37 AM
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I guess I didn't word my question right... Okay, I register into ($500+40) the Main Event tourney (on Dec.6) TODAY (Dec. 1) in BTC... On Dec. 5th a family emergency comes up and I can't play, so I unregister. I SHOULD be refunded the amount of BTC I originally paid correct? (regardless of what the current price is at the time I unregistered)

where in the Betcoin T&C does it explain what happens in that type of scenario (i.e. possible BTC market price fluctuations in the event you have to unregister from a fiat tournament)

When you buyin there is an exact amount of chips that you buyin at the current market price that is logged in the database.  When you unregister you are given that exact amount of chips back.  This is a very good question. 


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I guess there are 240 shills playing at Betcoin right now then which is more than last week and certainly more than the week before.  Also, I was asked to simply not respond to these posts and I agreed to so but had to point out one last thing.  If you have such a problem with Betcoin, why do you play there?  

Because I need to make a living.  My mortgage needs to be paid and my family needs food to eat.  Unfortunately, I'm in a location with very limited options as far as online poker goes and Betcoin is the only way I can access the WPN network, which provides a ton of value for my online play.  As they've never fucked with my deposits or withdraws, and I know people who have made more than me who have never had a problem, I'm completely comfortable with their solvency and integrity on the financial end.  I just think they do a bad job on a lot of aspects of their business, specifically support.  And I'd like them to do a better job at it!  It would help me directly by giving me a smoother user experience and it'll help me long term by getting their business to grow and attract more recreational players.

The question I have is, why do you not have a problem with all of these things that people are pointing out that are very blatantly bad?  Are you not knowledgeable to understand why these things are a problem?  If so, educate yourself!  Are you just a troll?  If so, shame on you.  Honestly, those are the only two realistic possibilities, short of you not being a real player at all.
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December 02, 2015, 03:03:08 AM
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I guess there are 240 shills playing at Betcoin right now then which is more than last week and certainly more than the week before.  Also, I was asked to simply not respond to these posts and I agreed to so but had to point out one last thing.  If you have such a problem with Betcoin, why do you play there?  

Because I need to make a living.  My mortgage needs to be paid and my family needs food to eat.  Unfortunately, I'm in a location with very limited options as far as online poker goes and Betcoin is the only way I can access the WPN network, which provides a ton of value for my online play.  As they've never fucked with my deposits or withdraws, and I know people who have made more than me who have never had a problem, I'm completely comfortable with their solvency and integrity on the financial end.  I just think they do a bad job on a lot of aspects of their business, specifically support.  And I'd like them to do a better job at it!  It would help me directly by giving me a smoother user experience and it'll help me long term by getting their business to grow and attract more recreational players.

The question I have is, why do you not have a problem with all of these things that people are pointing out that are very blatantly bad?  Are you not knowledgeable to understand why these things are a problem?  If so, educate yourself!  Are you just a troll?  If so, shame on you.  Honestly, those are the only two realistic possibilities, short of you not being a real player at all.

Also, what does ftwbtc1 really think he is accomplishing by making statements like this:

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I guess there are 240 shills playing at Betcoin right now then which is more than last week and certainly more than the week before

Lets just pretend it's a true statement -

Is it anything other than an obvious attempt to silence those of us who have have an issue with how Betcoin conducts business?

Considering the following statements Betcoin has made to me, how possible is it that he is not a shill using the same pathetic strategy?

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You are helping as we can track the clickthroughs coming from bitcointalk and the specific threads they come from. 

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We would like to provide a bonus for you to come back in and enjoy the great community, but I guess we need to answer some questions you have?

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You are definitely helping bring in new users and we appreciate it.
 

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Again, we appreciate your vigor and posts.  You should be earning from the traffic you are sending over. 

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I am the forum rep and as advised by owners, staff etc. going back and forth in a forum is never productive, but staying on the first page in the thread is very beneficial for Betcoin as the referrals from BitcoinTalk have never been higher.  We will continue to work hard to make everything as perfect as possible at Betcoin and you will always be welcome back.

By the way, despite all the thanks, offers of bonuses and invitations to return any time...

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What happened?
The owner of this website (poker.betcoin.ag) has banned your IP

Hey betcoin, how about a response? 

Why do you keep telling me and others that I am welcome back and want to give me bonuses then ignoring me when I ask why the hell I'm still banned then?

If you don't respond, how can anyone conclude anything other than you are full of shit.


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December 02, 2015, 04:08:52 AM
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Lets just pretend it's a true statement -

Is it anything other than an obvious attempt to silence those of us who have have an issue with how Betcoin conducts business?

Considering the following statements Betcoin has made to me, how possible is it that he is not a shill using the same pathetic strategy?




Well, there are obviously two options.  The first is that it's some sort of Betcoin-related account used to troll people who have legit issues.  While that's obv a possibility, I'd guess that it's less likely as the main support account(s) seem to have no problem being unprofessional on their own and you'd imagine that a mod/admin would be able to sniff out IP matches pretty quickly.

The second and, imo, more likely situation is that it's someone who just isn't very knowledgeable.  They have a childlike mentality of "I like _____, therefore _______ is good, therefore anyone who doesn't like ______ is bad/wrong".  Obviously in poker, having opponents with this sort of mentality is great because they never examine anything and continue to make the same mistakes over and over again.  In real life, when you are trying to discuss things logically...that's where it becomes aggravating.
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December 02, 2015, 06:41:20 AM
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I guess there are 240 shills playing at Betcoin right now then which is more than last week and certainly more than the week before.  Also, I was asked to simply not respond to these posts and I agreed to so but had to point out one last thing.  If you have such a problem with Betcoin, why do you play there?  May I reference your post just 2 weeks ago below:

What does Betcoin need to do to be able to allow it's players to access the WPN tournament feed again?  Do you think this will get ironed out before the start of the OSS, I'd really like to play.

Seems as the the most vocal are the most active as expected.  

Thank you for the support and comments, we welcome everyone at Betcoin Poker and appreciate you playing with us. 

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We will keep you updated!



Now at BETCOIN POKER, ACR and the WPN!!!!

We’re bringing HUGE tournament poker action back with the Online Super Series V!  With bigger prize pools and even more added tournaments from November 27th to December 6th, this series is one you won’t want to miss! This 10 days of jam packed excitement leads up to the currently 3,000 BTC ($1,000,000) Guaranteed prize pool Main Event on December 6th at 5pm EST!

The OSS V offers something for every type of poker player.  The series will hold diverse game types including Texas Holdem, Pot-Limit Omaha and PLO8 games with re-buy and re-entry structures along with an assortment of buyins.

With 76 tournaments and over currently 7,800 BTC ($2.6 million) in prize pools the OSS V is bound to have a number of events to fit your needs!!  We wish everyone the best of luck!


We are getting a lot of questions PM on at Betcoin.ag regarding the full schedule so we wanted to share the full schedule here:


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Hey betcoin, how about a response? 



Why do you keep telling me (and others) that I am welcome back and that you want to give me bonuses and answer my questions...then you just ignore me and leave account banned/ip blocked.


We would like to provide a bonus for you to come back in and enjoy the great community, but I guess we need to answer some questions you have?

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question about the "market BTC->USD" conversion for WPN tournaments... If I cash in a tournament I play, do I get the price when the tournament started or when I bust/win? (seeing as late reg. is ridiculously long on many) Any information is appreciated.

I think it would have to be the price when you get paid.

Suppose you buy in to a big tournament for $500 and end up winning $100k. WPN are going to pay betcoin in US dollars, not Bitcoin, and so betcoin are going to have to buy $100k worth of Bitcoin on an exchange. What if the price of Bitcoin had doubled since you bought in to the tournament? They're going to have to spend $200k to get you $100k worth of BTC at your buy-in price.

It's not like they're going to buy the $100k worth when you buy in, just in case you win. Because if you don't, and the price of Bitcoin halves while you're playing, they've lost $50k on the deal.

I don't know though - maybe they're happy to eat such losses.

I think you get the same conversion rate...I don't think the btc/usd rate changes that often here that it would change within the span of a tournament.
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