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February 10, 2015, 10:15:00 PM
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February 11, 2015, 01:10:27 AM
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February 11, 2015, 01:34:51 AM
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nice site im playing it but i dont like (all-in poker) tables with 2min buy-in 2max-buy in and blinds 1.99 small and 2 big one Smiley

Those are for degens. Best to stay out of those,
1) as poker is not provvably fair,

2) and its 50-50 chance,

3) so better play something provably fair, instead of playing those tables


1)  Huh

2)  Shocked Huh Huh Huh

3)  Roll Eyes Embarrassed Lips sealed Undecided Cry

I think you're wrong at least about (2) and (3).

Am I wrong  in saying that ? Or you are clueless about it ?

I think he is wrong mainly about (1) and (2).
And is right with (3)  only for people who don't have preflop poker skills.

How am I wrong about any of those ?
1. Is poker provably fair ?
2. You are all in on the 1BB table, no skill required, no matter what so ever. In heads up odds are always 50%.
3. Isn't that right ?

1) RNGs used to generate cards are fair but will not argue with you, or anyone else, if you belong to those people I use to define "rigtards" ( rigged poker theorists) because that discussion will still leave anyone of us on the same side. So I think you are wrong on this.

2) You are not forced to go allin: you have the options either to fold preflop or just call BB (and BB is 20% of maximum buyin at those tables). So there is a bit of skill involved (you should know what range of hole cards have >50% equity against another random couple of cards). So I can definitely state you are wrong on this particular opinion.

3) It is related to the previous point: if you have a clue of what to do, and depending on your oppononents skills, playing poker is definitely more convenient than playing any other casino games in which there is a predefined house edge (whose percentage depends on the game). So in some way you may be wrong on this one.

Be aware it is nothing personal at you or anyone else but it's just to share opinions and I'm ready to change mine once I'm proved to be wrong.  Smiley



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February 11, 2015, 05:59:57 AM
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Just want to thank everyone participating in our closed beta.

We will likely welcome 25k+ krillers very soon. 

Thanks very much for your continued support of SwC, this new platform is truly bitcoin poker 2.0


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1) RNGs used to generate cards are fair but will not argue with you, or anyone else, if you belong to those people I use to define "rigtards" ( rigged poker theorists) because that discussion will still leave anyone of us on the same side. So I think you are wrong on this.

2) You are not forced to go allin: you have the options either to fold preflop or just call BB (and BB is 20% of maximum buyin at those tables). So there is a bit of skill involved (you should know what range of hole cards have >50% equity against another random couple of cards). So I can definitely state you are wrong on this particular opinion.

3) It is related to the previous point: if you have a clue of what to do, and depending on your oppononents skills, playing poker is definitely more convenient than playing any other casino games in which there is a predefined house edge (whose percentage depends on the game). So in some way you may be wrong on this one.

Be aware it is nothing personal at you or anyone else but it's just to share opinions and I'm ready to change mine once I'm proved to be wrong.  Smiley



1. Yes , no point arguing over that as everyone has there own opinions.
2. I meant in a HU game. 90% of the time these games are HU and you don't have 3-4 players sitting on the table. If its 3 people, then you can only fold one turn, next you have to be all in no matter what.
3.Previous point
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February 11, 2015, 01:31:35 PM
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Good site, good amounts of traffic. Mobile client however could need some fixing, on my small screen chips stack up on one of my cards and I need to click my name to see the cards.

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February 11, 2015, 02:21:53 PM
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Good site, good amounts of traffic. Mobile client however could need some fixing, on my small screen chips stack up on one of my cards and I need to click my name to see the cards.

too many chips maybe, you should lose some  Grin Grin

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February 11, 2015, 04:22:08 PM
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cant connect to client and not to site. only me? thanks
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February 11, 2015, 05:00:04 PM
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cant connect to client and not to site. only me? thanks
Yup, site seems down. Having problem loading it too.

thanks still down here. any info from the house would be nice
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February 11, 2015, 05:56:31 PM
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cant connect to client and not to site. only me? thanks
Yup, site seems down. Having problem loading it too.

thanks still down here. any info from the house would be nice


"We've had a hardware failure and are working to resolve it.  ETA 2 hours." - https://twitter.com/SealsWithClubs/status/565568718747762690

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February 11, 2015, 05:58:24 PM
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cant connect to client and not to site. only me? thanks
Yup, site seems down. Having problem loading it too.

thanks still down here. any info from the house would be nice


"We've had a hardware failure and are working to resolve it.  ETA 2 hours." - https://twitter.com/SealsWithClubs/status/565568718747762690

How are refunds made in these cases ? Do they refund cash games and live pots as well ? or on;y the tournament buyins ?

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February 11, 2015, 06:26:58 PM
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cant connect to client and not to site. only me? thanks
Yup, site seems down. Having problem loading it too.

thanks still down here. any info from the house would be nice


"We've had a hardware failure and are working to resolve it.  ETA 2 hours." - https://twitter.com/SealsWithClubs/status/565568718747762690

How are refunds made in these cases ? Do they refund cash games and live pots as well ? or on;y the tournament buyins ?

They have always been fair about refunds.  I believe that cash game hands are refunded as if they never took place but i am not 100% sure.  If you were right in the middle of a hand when the site went down and you think that you are owed, email support (@sealseithclubs.eu)  when the site is back up and I am sure that they will take care of it.

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February 12, 2015, 06:45:07 AM
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Chairman? ST6? Any updates on status? A tentative best guess ETA?

Fellow degens are now impatiently waiting...

Degens need to degen....
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February 12, 2015, 07:46:34 AM
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How are refunds made in these cases ? Do they refund cash games and live pots as well ? or on;y the tournament buyins ?

Can confirm as well that tournaments are given refunds, I have had the issue in the past.

Seems Seals still down. No gambling for tonight :/

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February 12, 2015, 08:08:37 AM
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2) You are not forced to go allin: you have the options either to fold preflop or just call BB (and BB is 20% of maximum buyin at those tables). So there is a bit of skill involved (you should know what range of hole cards have >50% equity against another random couple of cards). So I can definitely state you are wrong on this particular opinion.
I could be wrong here, as it is difficult to follow along all of these quotes when you drink as much as I do ... but I am pretty sure the original guy was referring to a 1bb table, and if that is the case, there isn't much fold opportunity until stacks get built up a bit.  On those tables, BB is the full buyin, and SB is .01 less than that.


No mate,
I'm pretty sure, but can't check it now because swc is down, that they are 1-1 chips (not BB) tables  meaning that either minbuyin and max buyin are set at 1 chip but BB is 0.20 chips and SB is 0.1 chips.

And so on with 2-2 tables (BB 0.40) etc etc

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February 12, 2015, 09:20:24 AM
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2) You are not forced to go allin: you have the options either to fold preflop or just call BB (and BB is 20% of maximum buyin at those tables). So there is a bit of skill involved (you should know what range of hole cards have >50% equity against another random couple of cards). So I can definitely state you are wrong on this particular opinion.
I could be wrong here, as it is difficult to follow along all of these quotes when you drink as much as I do ... but I am pretty sure the original guy was referring to a 1bb table, and if that is the case, there isn't much fold opportunity until stacks get built up a bit.  On those tables, BB is the full buyin, and SB is .01 less than that.


No mate,
I'm pretty sure, but can't check it now because swc is down, that they are 1-1 chips (not BB) tables  meaning that either minbuyin and max buyin are set at 1 chip but BB is 0.20 chips and SB is 0.1 chips.

And so on with 2-2 tables (BB 0.40) etc etc

Actually the 1 BB tables(say of 2 chip buy in) , have SB of 1.99 and BB of 2 . So you are all in even if you don't want to be on SB

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February 12, 2015, 09:25:49 AM
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2) You are not forced to go allin: you have the options either to fold preflop or just call BB (and BB is 20% of maximum buyin at those tables). So there is a bit of skill involved (you should know what range of hole cards have >50% equity against another random couple of cards). So I can definitely state you are wrong on this particular opinion.
I could be wrong here, as it is difficult to follow along all of these quotes when you drink as much as I do ... but I am pretty sure the original guy was referring to a 1bb table, and if that is the case, there isn't much fold opportunity until stacks get built up a bit.  On those tables, BB is the full buyin, and SB is .01 less than that.


No mate,
I'm pretty sure, but can't check it now because swc is down, that they are 1-1 chips (not BB) tables  meaning that either minbuyin and max buyin are set at 1 chip but BB is 0.20 chips and SB is 0.1 chips.

And so on with 2-2 tables (BB 0.40) etc etc

There are both.

There are 5bb tables like you described, and 1bb tables like Irregardless described.

The original post was referring to the 1bb tables:

nice site im playing it but i dont like (all-in poker) tables with 2min buy-in 2max-buy in and blinds 1.99 small and 2 big one Smiley

As it gets deeper there is more skill involved, but mainly it's just a way to flip and gamble for fun.

Side note to 50k+ krillers: while the main site is down the beta client is still up and running right now.


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February 12, 2015, 02:08:27 PM
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Sidenote: I am a 50k+ Kriller, but I have never downloaded the beta version, nor do I have a link for it. As I understand, I could find the link if I go to my account page. Unfortunately being able to do this would require me being able to log onto the main site, hence, this essentially doesn't help at all....
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February 12, 2015, 03:11:07 PM
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Sidenote: I am a 50k+ Kriller, but I have never downloaded the beta version, nor do I have a link for it. As I understand, I could find the link if I go to my account page. Unfortunately being able to do this would require me being able to log onto the main site, hence, this essentially doesn't help at all....

yeah if you didn't download you can't get in because eu where the link to download is  unaccesible. They haven't updated twitter in 16 hours which is a little lame.
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