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June 25, 2014, 10:35:24 PM
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Seals just want your bitcoins.
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June 26, 2014, 02:36:20 AM
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I'm looking to buy an account with 150k krill. As of now, I'm willing to pay $1000 USD (in BTC) for it. That could change if/when the site changes the krill program, which is probably inevitable.  

Email a screen shot showing the krill balance to me at SWCplayer@hushmail.com and once verified, we can make arrangments for the transfer. I'm only buying one account so first person to contact me that wants to sell gets my money.

Transaction will go thru a trusted escrow, so scammers don't waste your time or mine.

someone sold a 125k krill other day for 2btc I think I sincerely hope they don't change the krill standards as I krilled my ass off to get to 50k generating about 500usd rake in past 3 months.
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June 26, 2014, 08:32:00 PM
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I'm looking to buy an account with 150k krill. As of now, I'm willing to pay $1000 USD (in BTC) for it. That could change if/when the site changes the krill program, which is probably inevitable.  

Email a screen shot showing the krill balance to me at SWCplayer@hushmail.com and once verified, we can make arrangments for the transfer. I'm only buying one account so first person to contact me that wants to sell gets my money.

Transaction will go thru a trusted escrow, so scammers don't waste your time or mine.

someone sold a 125k krill other day for 2btc I think I sincerely hope they don't change the krill standards as I krilled my ass off to get to 50k generating about 500usd rake in past 3 months.


Accounts getting moved around so much, i don't know who is who anymore.
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June 27, 2014, 01:08:22 PM
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Just wanted to throw in my opinion.  Have gambled at almost every bitcoin site over the last 2 years.  Pretty much a daily player (mainly bitzino, or betcoin, but any of them)  Just recently realized theres a legitimate poker site.  Sealswithclubs!   Love the site,  but the fact that you have to wait 12-24 hours for a withdrawal, is shady.  All other sites (i've only played casino sites) withdrawal after maximum of 3 confirmations.  It just ties up your BTC so you can't trade/play with them unless you cancel the "pending withdrawal"  Im hesitant to deposit coins in there now that I see the withdrawal process.  If I'm wrong or there's a reason for this, then by all means let me know.  But I can't see an explanation as to why theres any delay in transferring BTC's to and from your wallets. 
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June 27, 2014, 01:18:08 PM
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I can come up with some reasons:

1) Nothing in hot wallets, all in cold wallets, so all your coins are safe even if a hacker can control the whole server.
2) Your withdrawal is manually approved, this is good against hackers / cheaters / colluders.

I personally really don't mind.

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June 27, 2014, 06:43:56 PM
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Dude you must not have played poker online before bitcoin. Lemme give you a quick little analogy. It was like the Beverly hillbillies before they struck oil. It's that much better lol. Most non-bitcoin sites take months to get you a check and you gotta pay them a big fee.
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June 27, 2014, 08:38:30 PM
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Player CLIMBO looking stake to play most all tournaments in the list.

If you believe that in poker you can make profit, please invest in me.

More info please contact me.


Good horse waiting you.


Thank you

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June 27, 2014, 09:38:33 PM
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I can come up with some reasons:

1) Nothing in hot wallets, all in cold wallets, so all your coins are safe even if a hacker can control the whole server.
2) Your withdrawal is manually approved, this is good against hackers / cheaters / colluders.

I personally really don't mind.

yep what he said i dont think instant cashouts is good for poker 4 to 12 hours is fine

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June 28, 2014, 09:23:39 PM
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I can come up with some reasons:

1) Nothing in hot wallets, all in cold wallets, so all your coins are safe even if a hacker can control the whole server.
2) Your withdrawal is manually approved, this is good against hackers / cheaters / colluders.

I personally really don't mind.

yep what he said i dont think instant cashouts is good for poker 4 to 12 hours is fine



Exactly.  I actually feel better about having the withdrawals manually approved.  The set up is a good balance between convenience and security.

And compared to other fiat poker sites, getting unlimited free withdrawals that show up in under 12 hours is pretty much instant.


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June 28, 2014, 10:25:40 PM
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You guys should change the ratio of chips:BTC
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June 29, 2014, 12:26:05 AM
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You guys should change the ratio of chips:BTC

Good argument

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June 29, 2014, 03:09:41 AM
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You guys should change the ratio of chips:BTC
umm, no
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June 29, 2014, 02:38:51 PM
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Just wanted to throw in my opinion.  Have gambled at almost every bitcoin site over the last 2 years.  Pretty much a daily player (mainly bitzino, or betcoin, but any of them)  Just recently realized theres a legitimate poker site.  Sealswithclubs!   Love the site,  but the fact that you have to wait 12-24 hours for a withdrawal, is shady.  All other sites (i've only played casino sites) withdrawal after maximum of 3 confirmations.  It just ties up your BTC so you can't trade/play with them unless you cancel the "pending withdrawal"  Im hesitant to deposit coins in there now that I see the withdrawal process.  If I'm wrong or there's a reason for this, then by all means let me know.  But I can't see an explanation as to why theres any delay in transferring BTC's to and from your wallets. 

Yeh, Depending on the stakes you want to play, you can always deposit 5-6 times the BI you play, and can keep the rest of your bitcoin in your PC wallet.
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June 29, 2014, 06:14:30 PM
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Where is FreeMoney? Where is Mikon?

It is troubling for me, that nobody from Seals bather address players concerns any more, and are no part of public discussion (bitcointalk, grindabit, 2+2).
There is no place where you can go, post your idea or concern and get answer or opinion from Seals for everybody to see.
If I compare it with situation a year ago it seems like Seals management lost interest.
Issues like krill reward system, software etc. should be discuss publicly with Seals participation. If Seals management don't care, why should players?
Mikon start lately OFFICIAL "Crowdsource MTT Schedule" Thread  on grindabit and soon disappear, so did his newly appointed assistant Glitch.
xxHaZ posted his concerns about Seals traffic and some ideas how to help on grindabit, but nobody bother to answer. Seals should support players like this, not ignore them.
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June 29, 2014, 06:20:22 PM
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Player CLIMBO looking stake to play most all tournaments in the list.

If you believe that in poker you can make profit, please invest in me.

More info please contact me.


Good horse waiting you.


Thank you

Is this poker-lingo or just nonsense?  I'm not enough of a poker player to tell.  However, I have read a lot of auto-translated nonsense on this forum.

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June 29, 2014, 06:57:51 PM
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This user is currently ignored ^^^ make the freerolls bigger and cancel krillrolls he says complete imbecille.
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traffic on seals has been fantastic the last 8 months imo,

I'd not support the cancelling of Krillrolls, afterall they have been around for a while so many have invested time and money into building their krillroll status. Freerolls seem way more scammy to me so I'm surprised to hear that others found it to be more so in the Krillroll.  Overall I find there is decent traffic at the site the last few days I've popped in.  I could be wrong but I just got that feel but it could have been the regulars with diff accounts lol.
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June 29, 2014, 07:08:04 PM
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Player CLIMBO looking stake to play most all tournaments in the list.

If you believe that in poker you can make profit, please invest in me.

More info please contact me.


Good horse waiting you.


Thank you

Is this poker-lingo or just nonsense?  I'm not enough of a poker player to tell.  However, I have read a lot of auto-translated nonsense on this forum.

I'm just looking stake to play poker.

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June 29, 2014, 07:57:12 PM
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Player CLIMBO looking stake to play most all tournaments in the list.

If you believe that in poker you can make profit, please invest in me.

More info please contact me.


Good horse waiting you.


Thank you

Is this poker-lingo or just nonsense?  I'm not enough of a poker player to tell.  However, I have read a lot of auto-translated nonsense on this forum.

I'm just looking stake to play poker.

What about the "horse"?



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June 29, 2014, 08:43:26 PM
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You guys should make a table where you have to go all-in every time. You could just make heads up tables that could do this or triples. 
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June 29, 2014, 09:02:08 PM
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You guys should make a table where you have to go all-in every time. You could just make heads up tables that could do this or triples. 

I'm not sure that would still qualify as poker.  Maybe it would, but it seems like the ability to fold or not call is crucial to the definition of the game.

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