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Author Topic: SealsWithClubs.eu | Largest Bitcoin Poker Site | No Banking | Fast Cashouts  (Read 1360917 times)
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October 28, 2014, 11:36:18 PM
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How has the action been on this website?   I have been considering playing here for quite some time, but have not done so yet.   

I am specifically interested in heads up hold em and heads up omaha games....  what do you guys think?
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October 29, 2014, 05:04:25 AM
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How has the action been on this website?   I have been considering playing here for quite some time, but have not done so yet.   

I am specifically interested in heads up hold em and heads up omaha games....  what do you guys think?

What limits are you looking to play? Heads up Omaha runs less often, though if you sit you'll probably get action pretty quickly. HU NL is always running at .25/.5 and higher, and if you're looking for lower, just sit at a table and you'll get action Smiley. Also HU SNG's are always running.
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October 29, 2014, 07:45:38 PM
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IF I PROMISED YOU A HAT BUT LAZILY HAVEN'T SENT IT TO YOU PLEASE POST HERE OR PM ME

GETTING SERIOUSLY MOTIVATED TO SEND THESE TOMORROW

ALREADY HAVE INFO FOR:
-GOLDBACH
-TARYN
-SHANE


IF YOU THINK YOU SHOULD BE ON THIS LIST HIT ME WITH AN ADDRESS / SORRY FOR LATENESS



Hey Micon. What do I have to do to get a SWC hat ? Would love to have one !

Gotta play live tournaments to provide you some visibility Wink
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October 29, 2014, 08:35:44 PM
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IF I PROMISED YOU A HAT BUT LAZILY HAVEN'T SENT IT TO YOU PLEASE POST HERE OR PM ME

GETTING SERIOUSLY MOTIVATED TO SEND THESE TOMORROW

ALREADY HAVE INFO FOR:
-GOLDBACH
-TARYN
-SHANE


IF YOU THINK YOU SHOULD BE ON THIS LIST HIT ME WITH AN ADDRESS / SORRY FOR LATENESS



Hey Micon. What do I have to do to get a SWC hat ? Would love to have one !

Gotta play live tournaments to provide you some visibility Wink

is there a sealswithclub online store to buy shirts, hats, coffee mugs etc?
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October 29, 2014, 09:39:11 PM
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IF I PROMISED YOU A HAT BUT LAZILY HAVEN'T SENT IT TO YOU PLEASE POST HERE OR PM ME

GETTING SERIOUSLY MOTIVATED TO SEND THESE TOMORROW

ALREADY HAVE INFO FOR:
-GOLDBACH
-TARYN
-SHANE


IF YOU THINK YOU SHOULD BE ON THIS LIST HIT ME WITH AN ADDRESS / SORRY FOR LATENESS



Hey Micon. What do I have to do to get a SWC hat ? Would love to have one !

Gotta play live tournaments to provide you some visibility Wink

I'm curious about what it takes as well, Smiley. I play live events locally -- not major ones...

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October 29, 2014, 09:51:15 PM
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any plans to switch to bits?

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October 30, 2014, 01:30:58 AM
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any plans to switch to bits?



Do you mean use bits not use chip again??

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October 30, 2014, 02:05:32 AM
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withdraw very quickly , thanks
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October 30, 2014, 04:22:32 PM
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is there a sealswithclub online store to buy shirts, hats, coffee mugs etc?

>> http://gettoknowbitcoin.com/seals-with-clubs-hat-order/ <<<

so i don't have to actually mail something Smiley

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October 31, 2014, 02:51:28 PM
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any plans to switch to bits?

Do you mean use bits not use chip again??

What are these guys saying.  Bits are 0s or 1s, used for all computer data transfer at the raw form.  Chips are a potato snack or something in your CPU which processes bits.

Seals poker chips are pegged to the bitcoin (this is bitcointalk.org folks).  Am I missing something here?

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October 31, 2014, 03:40:28 PM
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Is there anyway to see the average rake per day for each category of blinds and table?
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October 31, 2014, 04:17:36 PM
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any plans to switch to bits?

Do you mean use bits not use chip again??

What are these guys saying.  Bits are 0s or 1s, used for all computer data transfer at the raw form.  Chips are a potato snack or something in your CPU which processes bits.

Seals poker chips are pegged to the bitcoin (this is bitcointalk.org folks).  Am I missing something here?

Yes you are.  2 bits is 25 cents therefore 1 bit is 12.5 cents.

It's good to have a bit of luck while playing at Seals Smiley

I had a bit part in the new play.

He bit off more than he could chew.

I had to get a new bit for my horse.

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October 31, 2014, 11:06:17 PM
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It's unlikely that SwC will ever change from 1000 chips = 1 bitcoin.  I have read lots about using "bits" recently, and IMO it's proper from some bitcoin businesses, but not for SwC.

Still yet to mail hats.  Sorry guys.  I swear I'm working hard to build a better SwC.  That's no bullshit.


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October 31, 2014, 11:08:30 PM
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So 2 bits is a fraction of the US dollar?  That's totally weird.

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November 01, 2014, 04:22:23 AM
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Two tournaments for a $2900+ first prize I've been in the past 3 weeks  I've been down to 2-3 tables with one of the leading chip stacks and somebody cracks my 3 of a kind and 2 pair with a flush draw to put me down to the short stack. K7H raise to 2400 pre flop, flop comes A72hch. Bet 4500, call. Turn Kd, bet 4500 call. River Ad bet 7000 call. Guy shows AJ. Other time it was 3oak on the flop I had Q8ch, hand before break where everyone gets free food that's still in. Flop comes 884cdc. I bet 1/2 pot, guy pushes, then leading stack pushes with 85cc and a fucking club comes on the turn. Ofc no club on the river though.

Then I go to the blackjack table and put my buy in down and get an ace-eight. Dealer shows a 4, guy hits with 14 (You should NEVER do this when a dealer is showing something like a 4) and gets a king which would of busted the dealer. Dealer has 14 then goes 2-4 to get 20. I'm starting to think of not gambling on weekends because it's just a bunch of people looking for something to do instead of actually playing. It should be a good thing but with all those people even with the odds on your side you're still going to get fucked.
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November 01, 2014, 05:16:02 AM
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Just going to wash away that bad beat story with this bitcoin pumpkin.

Gotta keep it clean around here.


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November 01, 2014, 11:01:49 AM
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is there a sealswithclub online store to buy shirts, hats, coffee mugs etc?

>> http://gettoknowbitcoin.com/seals-with-clubs-hat-order/ <<<

so i don't have to actually mail something Smiley

Haaa, will order one for sure, as soon I won the price of the hat on a SWC table Wink
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November 02, 2014, 05:08:49 PM
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I copied this from 2+2,the player seems to be from Germany. I think SWC should serve poker players world wide and try slowly expand gtd tournaments to early hours.



Re: Seals With Clubs-Bitcoin poker room
So it's 11am on a sunday, I'm loggin to seals and what do I see in the mtt section? (BTC=326$)

10:00 - 5 Chip Deep 75 GTD - with 9 players so 30 chip overlay ( = 1,63$ BI with 24$ gtd, 14,67$ BI)
11:00 - no game
12:00 - Boozehound Freeroll - I am not playing these (0/54 plrs regged) - 1 Chip per Entrant = 0,33$ Value
12:30 - 1 Chip normal - no GTD = 0,33$ BI
13:00 - Boozehound PLO Freeroll
13:30 - 2 Chip Rebuy no GTD = 0,66$ BI
14:00 - no game
15:00 - 5 chip slow no GTD = 1,63$ BI
17:00 - 20 Chip Deep - 160 GTD = 6,52$ BI with 52,16$ GTD


This is awful.
1. lower the 75GTD to 45GTD since this tourney kinda always has overlay. Rather than overlaying the money away, put these into the smaller games with no GTD.
2. put a GTD on the 1 chip and 2 chip. With them being less than 1$ Buy-In, it's absurd not to have a GTD on them. Make the GTD for 9 players, this looks appealing for regging but doesn't produce huge overlays. On the 5 chip tournament with no gtd I'd try 25 chip as a guarantee and may rise it to 45.
3. 7 hours between two games with a gtd? That sucks. Looks bad for everyone looking at the schedule
4. w/o the Boozehound Freerolls, there should be a game running every hour. Even if it's only a 1 chip. The timeframe between 10-12.30 and 13.30-15.00 and 15.00-17.00 is completely empty.
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November 02, 2014, 05:19:54 PM
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Micon, I like your bitcoin symbol on the pumpkin  Grin. Good casinò anyway, this evening I will play some hand with my bitcoin friend Smiley

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November 02, 2014, 07:35:11 PM
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Def. going to expand the MTT list when we blow up early next year. 


for now, let's realize SwC doesn't recognize DST, and everything may be 1 hr earlier to you.

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