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December 04, 2017, 08:17:27 AM
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In early 2018 we will show the community an improved SwC Poker.

Quick reality check here...do you realize that "early 2018" is in a little over 3 weeks? If by "early" you mean "May" or "never," I recommend just stating that rather than setting player expectations and then going AWOL like you did with the "summer 2017" update.
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December 04, 2017, 08:44:55 AM
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1. Overkrill MTT is on Sunday, we may bring them back to other days.

Why did you remove them from the other days?  You introduced them as a make good for removing the guaranteed lifetime rewards of the high value krillrolls. 

Remember?

Why did you take them away without saying anything?  Why do you frequently go weeks at a time saying nothing?  Are you so busy that you can't check the one message board you post to daily?  What are you so busy doing, because it isn't: catching cheaters, improving the software, fixing the cashout issues, adding games, updating your site, updating your twitter, or promoting the site.  Do you have a day job? 


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3. We admit that we ran into problems with Android client and the community deserves an apology from us for lack of updates. We know you have been waiting a long time for client updates. We expect to show the community something new in early 2018. Our philosophy is based on not ever using outside help and doing every part internally so we can be sure of security. Our process makes for very slow development. We will make a call for alpha testers to help us debug the new client when we are ready to do so.

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We have been in touch with Marauders80, who offered us good advice from a long time high limit player. We are going to follow much of what he said. Rake tables are being discussed internally and will be lowered soon.


Two months ago you posted that you spoke to Marauders80 and got suggestions.  AND that you were working on lowering withdraws:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=962440.msg22604467#msg22604467

What have you done on those two fronts in the last two months?  It seems like you just say the same thing over and over and over again.  "We're working on _____ it'll be great in a few months!"  Yet nothing seems to be getting done.  Anyone can look through your post history and see the same thing for a new client.  Every few months it's "We're working on it!".  What have you gotten done so far?  What can you show people?  If you've been working on it for years and you don't even have an alpha, maybe it's time to stop taking so much pride in "not ever using outside help" (keep in mind that every piece of software your site has ever used has been rented/bought) and start paying people who can get stuff done?  This is assuming, of course, that you'd like to eventually have a site that has more than 5 average active players and a 24 hour high of 20 active players (numbers from pokerscout).

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December 04, 2017, 12:43:30 PM
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GUYS, WAIT!! Your criticism is too harsh!!!

don't be too hard on them! after all, SwC is a community project and not a full-blown casino, right?!
we have to be thankful for  whatever good things are already worrking, and if they have time, let them improve..
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December 04, 2017, 03:15:39 PM
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don't be too hard on them! after all, SwC is a community project and not a full-blown casino, right?!

As far as I'm aware there is absolutely no way in which SwC could be fairly described as a community project.
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December 04, 2017, 03:43:35 PM
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It is a great website, I like poker a lot and often play it for BTC. I would also recommend you the online casino from https://luckybity.com As you guys prefer cryptogambling, it is a great option for you. You can deposit Bitcoin or Ethereum as well as some other popular currencies there. Good luck with playing Wink
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December 04, 2017, 06:58:04 PM
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We are currently experiencing an outgoing email issue. Support ticket responses and password reset emails will not work during the outage.

Incoming email is working, so we have received your messages but responses will be delayed.

We will update when it is working again.

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December 04, 2017, 07:22:53 PM
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We are currently experiencing an outgoing email issue. Support ticket responses and password reset emails will not work during the outage.

Incoming email is working, so we have received your messages but responses will be delayed.

We will update when it is working again.

Why is this information not on your twitter or website?  Or 2p2?  Why do you communicate only here (where the lowest % of poker players congregate) and only occasionally?

Also I wonder why in the past month or two it seems like there are always massive issues.  Site going down, withdraws delayed, emails down.  All this is cropping up recently.  It's odd.  Comments?

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December 04, 2017, 09:49:17 PM
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Email is back up and working.

Password resets will now work as usual.

If you have a ticket waiting for us, we will respond to it soon.



Why is this information not on your twitter or website?  Or 2p2? 

Thank you for your questions.

Regarding TwoPlusTwo, they asked us for a monthly payment to continue answering questions on their forum and they did not accept Bitcoin.

Regarding our website, we are redesigning it for better functionality to display alerts like email down and site maintenance.

Regarding Twitter, you are correct, we should have tweeted this.

SwC Poker has to fix our issues if we want to be competitive. We recognize them and we are building solutions. Internally, we have discussed how our players deserve a better SwC. We agree with you that we need to step it up. Early next year you will see it.

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December 04, 2017, 10:49:41 PM
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with 3 pokerhouses neae 3 of he mtrol. states could cause igo inf
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December 04, 2017, 11:38:29 PM
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Regarding TwoPlusTwo, they asked us for a monthly payment to continue answering questions on their forum and they did not accept Bitcoin.

That's to have your own self-moderated forum.  Anyone is allowed to post on the site for free.  There are tons of sites that have representatives that post on 2p2 that haven't paid to have their own self-moderated forum.  If they told you differently you should post those emails, it would cause a ton of outrage and improve your standing.

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Regarding our website, we are redesigning it for better functionality to display alerts like email down and site maintenance.

Let me guess...that's coming "in a few months"?  Why don't you update it to reflect what is currently going on on your site?  Why is the only place anyone can see what is actually going on on the site to check this random non-poker related message board?

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Regarding Twitter, you are correct, we should have tweeted this.

You haven't tweeted in two months.  Before that you hadn't tweeted in a month.  Before that it was a once-a-week to once-every-two-weeks event.  I've asked this before (ignored obviously) but what do you guys do all day?

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SwC Poker has to fix our issues if we want to be competitive. We recognize them and we are building solutions. Internally, we have discussed how our players deserve a better SwC. We agree with you that we need to step it up. Early next year you will see it.

You've been saying this...literally verbatim...for years now.  What have you done in the last two years to improve the site?  What has changed from then to now to make anyone believe that things are/will change?

And please don't say that we'll see in a few months.  It shouldn't be hard to say "We have done _____, ________, and _______; ________ is 75% of the way done, ___________ is 50% of the way done" etc.  A good example is the mobile client.  That's been "coming" for a very long time now.  It was supposed to be here over the summer.  It's now the winter.  What's finished on it?  How far along are you on the parts that aren't finished?  How many people are coding it?  How many hours have they been working on it thus far? 

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December 05, 2017, 02:00:31 AM
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I am surprised that nobody claims for a change of the chips value. Today, with bitcoin at 10 000$, there are no micro-stakes and the lower stake to play NLHE (for example) is an equivalent of NL20. If bitcoin continues to go up it will be worse.

What about 1 bitcoin = 10 000 chips instead of 1000 ?
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December 05, 2017, 03:18:35 AM
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Regarding TwoPlusTwo, they asked us for a monthly payment to continue answering questions on their forum and they did not accept Bitcoin.

That's to have your own self-moderated forum.  Anyone is allowed to post on the site for free.  There are tons of sites that have representatives that post on 2p2 that haven't paid to have their own self-moderated forum.  If they told you differently you should post those emails, it would cause a ton of outrage and improve your standing.
  

This is correct. 2+2 rep clarifies here: https://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/showpost.php?p=53201044&postcount=1242
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December 05, 2017, 12:28:05 PM
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the issue remains open: we need reduced cashout limit right now!

not some time anytime soon, like your vague promises!

50$ or 5 chip [10?] cashout request

c'mon let's be reasonable about cashouts, mkay?!

who's with me??! bump this post..
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December 06, 2017, 01:53:55 AM
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Regarding TwoPlusTwo, they asked us for a monthly payment to continue answering questions on their forum and they did not accept Bitcoin.

That's to have your own self-moderated forum.  Anyone is allowed to post on the site for free.  There are tons of sites that have representatives that post on 2p2 that haven't paid to have their own self-moderated forum.  If they told you differently you should post those emails, it would cause a ton of outrage and improve your standing.
  

This is correct. 2+2 rep clarifies here: https://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/showpost.php?p=53201044&postcount=1242

Here is quote from 2p2 mod:

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I guess so, although I have no idea what the miscommunication would have been. SealsWithClubs had a rep for quite some time, and they never had to pay us a cent for that:

TheTeam (https://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/members/359510/)

The account's still active, and could be used right now, but I'm not sure if sealswithclubs/swc has any of the same people involved.

I've never had any communication with SWC that I can find.

If they want to have a branded account, be able to promote promos, etc., that would require advertising with us. But if they want a rep like they had before, that was able to answer non-promotion related questions, they're more than welcome to have one. They can email me at the address in my profile, or email 2+2 directly.
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December 06, 2017, 01:34:58 PM
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When you will credited my account back, i didnt recive email about moving to new software and i loose about 2K usd.

You tell me that i must read forums and news about moving to new SWC client.

Why you just didnt send emails about this to players.

Huh
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December 07, 2017, 02:21:55 AM
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There's a bug on the ring game buy-in screen that has been there forever. It defaults to the minimum buy-in. Each time, I change that to max and check the "remember my buy-in" box and click ok. Come back next day, same table, defaults back to minimum amount.
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December 07, 2017, 02:48:22 PM
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I am surprised that nobody claims for a change of the chips value. Today, with bitcoin at 10 000$, there are no micro-stakes and the lower stake to play NLHE (for example) is an equivalent of NL20. If bitcoin continues to go up it will be worse.

What about 1 bitcoin = 10 000 chips instead of 1000 ?

Currently the first stake to play NLHE is NL30$. Do you plan to react when it will NL100$ and the room empty ?
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December 07, 2017, 04:11:27 PM
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How is it possible for the site to continuously reduce guarantees, promotions, and tournament buy-ins, but yet they can't change one number in the cashier? LOL!

SWC has ALWAYS made it a habit to DECREASE payouts with the INCREASE of the price of bitcoin, in their own words, 'to reflect the current value of bitcoin', yet the minimum withdraw stays the same. Essentially making it harder and harder to withdraw your coins from the site, since the 100 remaining players are too frightened to play pretty much anything above the absolutely lowest stakes games available.

I could be wrong, although I haven't been wrong about anything regarding SWC in the past, but the whole story of it taking time to address the cashout issue seems like a dick move to make it as hard as possible for recreational players to move chips off site for as long as possible.

Not to mention, now that SWC has inevitably had a significant amount of passive net worth increase from the INSANE growth bitcoin has experienced in the last month or so, it would be nice if they actually took A MOTHERFUCKING IOTA of that money and used it to 1)address glaring problems that have been going on with their current site for almost 3 years now, instead of basically telling the remaining loyal players to deal with it or fuck off, 2)invest in actual developers, not your friend's roommate's cousin, to develop the alleged new client that is supposed to be coming out, 3)buy a fucking ounce of integrity, particularly when it comes to being forthright and honest about issues that have nothing to do with the security of the site, which is a veil they like to hide behind in order to avoid answering the hard questions.

SWC has been handling it's player base with retard gloves for easily the past 1.5 years+. And I've been calling them out on it since even before that. While I'm glad more of you are finally seeing the reality of the situation, I wonder if more people had been vocal at the onset of these issues if we would still find ourselves in this position.

But I digress, SWC, you can file this under W, with the rest of my posts in this thread, for Wasted Time.

Regards,
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December 08, 2017, 02:13:02 AM
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Yeah!!! Waiting for this

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December 08, 2017, 04:03:24 AM
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When BTC went to $2700 in July, I had a chat w glitch in the chat box and then wrote to management.  Within 12 hours, they reduced rake.  That was pretty awesome customer service.  But they betrayed their capabilities.

That rake structure has remained in place as BTC surpasses $15k.

I multi tabled a 1/2 limit and 2/4 limit game for a bit tonight.  The rake cap in the 1/2 was .7 chips, or something like $12/hand.  In the 2/4 game the rake cap was only .6 chips or like $10/hand, cuz there were only 3 of us.  

That's the issue that impacts me the most, though the high withdrawal threshold definitely impacts more players and I don't understand why we have to wait until "early '18" (which could be a vague way of saying late March for all I know) for these changes.  It begs the question: should we stop playing until "early '18"?    

New client should be ready for alpha testing soon and maybe it cost a lot of money to produce.  Management has told me that in combination w other key changes that - no more tablestarter, flat rb based on krill, lower rake, consistent and varying promos, larger presence in the community/social media - this new client will be a game-changer.  

Now that we know they could lower rake and withdrawal threshold within 12 hours, I can see why people are frustrated.








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