My thoughts on RAKE! So for a while now there has been a misconception that I think raising the rake in poker games is “good for poker.” I’ve never actually said that, but I understand where the confusion may come from because I was talking about some things (facts) that a lot of pros don’t want to hear, and like a game of broken telephone, my position has been distorted.
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Rake is a contentious topic on poker forums It’s very much like a business with a high turnover but small profit margin like a local store. One increase in prices from a supplier or a new tax increase, while seemingly small, could render the business unprofitable.Phil Galfond shares his thoughts about rake increases, his own poker room, and the future of online poker as a whole. However, rake talks are back, this time around thanks to Phil Galfond, a man who poker community knows and respects.. Currently, Bhupans of the world are playing with higher rake and against the same tough competition.At PokerMagnet, we understand that rake is a necessary evil from a player’s standpoint! Being poker players ourselves, we’ve spent countless hours complaining about how poker operators in India charge exorbitant amounts of rake without even providing world class software and customer support. Well, that’s set to change.
Each time you play a hand of online poker a small percentage of the pot is taken, or raked, by the house. Getting a portion of this money back is called: rakeback. The rakeback at poker rooms varies, but on average you can receive 30% to 50% of your monthly rake back in your online poker account.Read More
Online poker rooms make their money by automatically taking a cut of each pot played. This is called the 'rake'. The House takes a rake to cover its costs of providing you with the software and game and of course to make a profit too. Now you know about it, you’ll notice it disappearing from pots (usually only when a flop is seen).Read More
Poker Heats Things Up With Chili Connect. As Bob Dylan famously crooned, “The times, they are a-changin’.” Along with recent news of several on-land Casino proprietors joining forces with some of the best poker directory recently announced its plans to forever change the course of internet gambling. Earlier this month, it was announced that the well-to-do internet casino is developing a.Read More
WHAT IS RAKE AND RAKEBACK? Rake is a fee which is something every poker player pay to the poker room for playing online poker.This fee is taken from each pot wchich you play when playing online poker.Read More
Although TonyBet Poker currently does not have rakeback (a VIP rakeback system is coming soon), the max rake on any game is just 1%.TonyBet should continue to grow, with smooth software and being the first site of its kind.Read More
The following is a glossary of poker terms used in the card game of poker.It supplements the glossary of card game terms.Besides the terms listed here, there are thousands of common and uncommon poker slang terms. This is not intended to be a formal dictionary; precise usage details and multiple closely related senses are omitted here in favor of concise treatment of the basics.Read More
The world of poker is laden with misconceptions. And first among them is the very one I’m seeing from a stricken Baba Anya: equating poker with gambling.Read More
Petition to Eliminate WSOP Main Event Rake Interesting, Pointless.. Please eliminate the “rake” (i.e., portion withheld for expenses) on player buy-ins into the World Series of Poker (WSOP.Read More
The answer to that is a small four-letter word that plays an integral part of the poker economy, RAKE.In poker terminology, “rake” is a percentage of money the platform provider keeps from almost every cash game pot or tournament entry fee. Understanding The Basics A casual poker player probably doesn’t think too much about how the poker platform makes money.Read More
Rake is the scaled commission fee taken by a cardroom operating a poker game. It is generally 2.5% to 10% of the pot in each poker hand, up to a predetermined maximum amount. There are also other non-percentage ways for a casino to take the rake. Some cardrooms will not take a percentage rake in any community card poker game like Texas hold 'em when a hand does not have a flop. This is called.Read More