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December 05, 2014, 09:13:43 AM
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Hi !
About the rake : is it contributed (like on pokerstars) or all the player in the table get the same number of krill in a raked hand ?
and the krill level is monthly or cumulative ? I mean if I reach "wave 3" in the current month, do i lose this vip level if i don't rake 2500 krill the next month ?
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It is not contributed it is dealt.  You don't lose krill due to inactivity, it is cumulative.

All this info, and more!, is on their website Cool

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December 05, 2014, 09:54:29 AM
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Hi !
About the rake : is it contributed (like on pokerstars) or all the player in the table get the same number of krill in a raked hand ?
and the krill level is monthly or cumulative ? I mean if I reach "wave 3" in the current month, do i lose this vip level if i don't rake 2500 krill the next month ?
thanks

It is not contributed it is dealt.  You don't lose krill due to inactivity, it is cumulative.

All this info, and more!, is on their website Cool

ty for the answer ! if i reach "wave 5" do i still "wave5" forever or my vip level decrease if i rake less ? that's what i want to understand
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December 05, 2014, 10:43:00 AM
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Hi !
About the rake : is it contributed (like on pokerstars) or all the player in the table get the same number of krill in a raked hand ?
and the krill level is monthly or cumulative ? I mean if I reach "wave 3" in the current month, do i lose this vip level if i don't rake 2500 krill the next month ?
thanks

It is not contributed it is dealt.  You don't lose krill due to inactivity, it is cumulative.

All this info, and more!, is on their website Cool

ty for the answer ! if i reach "wave 5" do i still "wave5" forever or my vip level decrease if i rake less ? that's what i want to understand

krill level never decreases, even if you don't play at all for months....these are current rules


here is a copy/paste from swc promo page:

".....Krill is cumulative and never resets..."

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December 05, 2014, 01:40:01 PM
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Hi !
About the rake : is it contributed (like on pokerstars) or all the player in the table get the same number of krill in a raked hand ?
and the krill level is monthly or cumulative ? I mean if I reach "wave 3" in the current month, do i lose this vip level if i don't rake 2500 krill the next month ?
thanks

It is not contributed it is dealt.  You don't lose krill due to inactivity, it is cumulative.

All this info, and more!, is on their website Cool

ty for the answer ! if i reach "wave 5" do i still "wave5" forever or my vip level decrease if i rake less ? that's what i want to understand

krill level never decreases, even if you don't play at all for months....these are current rules


here is a copy/paste from swc promo page:

".....Krill is cumulative and never resets..."
ty for the answer
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December 05, 2014, 04:06:34 PM
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I've been on seals for years and I only have like 900 krill.  It never goes down, and because I'm such a low-stakes dude, it rarely goes up in my case either Smiley

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December 05, 2014, 04:32:41 PM
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I've been on seals for years and I only have like 900 krill.  It never goes down, and because I'm such a low-stakes dude, it rarely goes up in my case either Smiley

its updated on daily basis. Is there an estimate of how much BTC should you have played with on the tables? or the amount of rake you would have to have generated to play?

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December 05, 2014, 06:43:09 PM
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I've been on seals for years and I only have like 900 krill.  It never goes down, and because I'm such a low-stakes dude, it rarely goes up in my case either Smiley

its updated on daily basis. Is there an estimate of how much BTC should you have played with on the tables? or the amount of rake you would have to have generated to play?


the krill is about the rake paid when playing a tourney or a raked cash game hand
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December 05, 2014, 07:40:58 PM
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I've been on seals for years and I only have like 900 krill.  It never goes down, and because I'm such a low-stakes dude, it rarely goes up in my case either Smiley

its updated on daily basis. Is there an estimate of how much BTC should you have played with on the tables? or the amount of rake you would have to have generated to play?


the krill is about the rake paid when playing a tourney or a raked cash game hand

Yes, but is each krill = 0.001 BTC or is it another amount?

The krill is explained here: https://sealswithclubs.eu/category/promotions/

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December 05, 2014, 08:10:21 PM
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please add a feature where you can filter out certain table limits.

the lobby is cluttered up with ridiculous high table limits where no one plays.
i´d really prefer a filter feature so I can filter out  anything above 50 mBTC buy-in (other players should of course
be able to set the table limit higher)


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December 05, 2014, 08:39:49 PM
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please add a feature where you can filter out certain table limits.

the lobby is cluttered up with ridiculous high table limits where no one plays.
i´d really prefer a filter feature so I can filter out  anything above 50 mBTC buy-in (other players should of course
be able to set the table limit higher)



Cant you do that by arranging the games based on the buyin size?

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December 06, 2014, 08:08:03 AM
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please add a feature where you can filter out certain table limits.

the lobby is cluttered up with ridiculous high table limits where no one plays.
i´d really prefer a filter feature so I can filter out  anything above 50 mBTC buy-in (other players should of course
be able to set the table limit higher)



Cant you do that by arranging the games based on the buyin size?

I think the request is so that, let's say there are buy-ins of 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500. He wants to see tabled of 100 and under. He can filter out the 200/500 tables. Now he can organize what's remaining based on # of players to see which ones are most active. Your method would require analyzing each table to see what's free and what's active.

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December 06, 2014, 09:06:37 AM
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December 06, 2014, 10:03:22 AM
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please add a feature where you can filter out certain table limits.

the lobby is cluttered up with ridiculous high table limits where no one plays.
i´d really prefer a filter feature so I can filter out  anything above 50 mBTC buy-in (other players should of course
be able to set the table limit higher)



Cant you do that by arranging the games based on the buyin size?

I think the request is so that, let's say there are buy-ins of 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500. He wants to see tabled of 100 and under. He can filter out the 200/500 tables. Now he can organize what's remaining based on # of players to see which ones are most active. Your method would require analyzing each table to see what's free and what's active.
Oh ok, but when I go about arranging based on players, there are hardly more than 10 tables occupied by players at a given time, usually it isn't confusing to see the stakes.

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December 06, 2014, 10:12:14 AM
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I enjoy my poker experience with poker seals. I recommend to all of you to give it a try. It is more user friendly than poker stars

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December 06, 2014, 11:18:45 AM
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I enjoy my poker experience with poker seals. I recommend to all of you to give it a try. It is more user friendly than poker stars
I don't think its more userfriendly than stars since the software doesn't get heavy upgrades,
 but it is definitely the best option for people who can't play on stars and might want to play poker with bitcoins.

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December 06, 2014, 12:35:33 PM
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I enjoy my poker experience with poker seals. I recommend to all of you to give it a try. It is more user friendly than poker stars

Seals is a great page but it is very far away from pokerstars. Pokerstars is the reference of all by too much
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December 06, 2014, 05:30:18 PM
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please add a feature where you can filter out certain table limits.

the lobby is cluttered up with ridiculous high table limits where no one plays.
i´d really prefer a filter feature so I can filter out  anything above 50 mBTC buy-in (other players should of course
be able to set the table limit higher)



Cant you do that by arranging the games based on the buyin size?

I think the request is so that, let's say there are buy-ins of 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500. He wants to see tabled of 100 and under. He can filter out the 200/500 tables. Now he can organize what's remaining based on # of players to see which ones are most active. Your method would require analyzing each table to see what's free and what's active.
Oh ok, but when I go about arranging based on players, there are hardly more than 10 tables occupied by players at a given time, usually it isn't confusing to see the stakes.

As Bitcoin takes off and more people move to it, population should increase as well. Better to deal with problematic changes before the site is highly trafficked than after, Smiley.

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December 06, 2014, 06:00:17 PM
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I enjoy my poker experience with poker seals. I recommend to all of you to give it a try. It is more user friendly than poker stars

Seals is a great page but it is very far away from pokerstars. Pokerstars is the reference of all by too much
Its primarily because stars has over 30K players almost all the time. And they can afford to make significant changes with the rake they get.
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December 07, 2014, 05:30:46 AM
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Maybe its Doug Lee.

I have defintiely seen HU bots on seals. They are everywhere .I hope seals tightens up against these people.

1)  apologies for not addressing this sooner.
2)  apologies in general for not playing must SwC recently: ST6 has needed my guidance for new software creation, and there are many parts to inspect.  We are closer than you think.
3) please list me all the usernames you feel are bots.  I remember playing a username that was bot-like during the 25 chip sunday HU-ament a few weeks ago.  I sent my analysis to ST6.




def aab for the reasons I stated, though I think he has been vetted by seals admin I am really incredulous as to how. Even if he uses automation 70 percent of the time should be enough to boot him No one I have ever played online sitsout all his blinds and other hands and comes back in and sits out until he gets a good hand whereupon he comes back in.

aab intentionally slow plays the bubble of krillroll which is also against the rules.  Though, I guess aab does seals a service by creating less overlay.
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December 07, 2014, 06:59:49 AM
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aab intentionally slow plays the bubble of krillroll which is also against the rules.  Though, I guess aab does seals a service by creating less overlay.

Against what rules?
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