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  1. Looking for a third site to throw $100 onto and try to grind some sort of roll. Looking for suggestions. (not CAKE). I was thinking of either UB/AP, Carbon, or Titan. Any recommendations, pros/cons/alternatives? Looking for something to suit a european schedule.
  2. UB/AP
  3. why not cake?
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    Originally Posted by ficha19 View Post

    why not cake?

    dunno, i play on it sometimes and just don't like the feel of the software. I find the sng's fill up way to slow and there aren't enough micro/low limit tourneys that suit my free time. Good customer support though, gotta give em that.
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  5. Go w/Carbon and at least if you sign up through P5s, you'll get rakeback. I still like Cake better because there are more players.

    But I'm on a mission to keep people away from UB...here's why..

    http://www.pocketfives.com/poker-for...-at-ub-4540937
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  6. Ive played on both Carbon and Absolute/UB.

    I feel like AP/UB is stagnant and will never reach above the players they have now

    but Carbon is bound to blow up. It's grown alot since when I first signed onn a year ago. Go with carbon.
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  7. dont bother with ub/ap
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    Originally Posted by ShyGuy03533 View Post

    Ive played on both Carbon and Absolute/UB.

    I feel like AP/UB is stagnant and will never reach above the players they have now

    but Carbon is bound to blow up. It's grown alot since when I first signed onn a year ago. Go with carbon.

    Ditto-AP\UB have NO traffic, esp. for SNG's. Pulled my money out of there. Carbon has nice software and lots of donks, but get ready for A LOT of brutal beats!!!!!!
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  9. Titan Poker may be best for a European schedule. Both Titan and Carbon have some particularly soft games available. Carbon may end up being a great choice for you because of the extra $15k we give away to our players there every month--you can really up your intake with stuff like that. Good luck, whichever way you choose.
     
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    Originally Posted by Adam View Post

    Titan Poker may be best for a European schedule. Both Titan and Carbon have some particularly soft games available. Carbon may end up being a great choice for you because of the extra $15k we give away to our players there every month--you can really up your intake with stuff like that. Good luck, whichever way you choose.

    Is it possible to get RB on an existing account at either of these sites? I signed up to both in the past but never played and never made deposits (ignorant of rakeback at the time).
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  11. iPoker Network (Titan) does not allow rakeback. They have a nice VIP program that is available to all players and lets you exchange points for cash.

    Regarding Carbon, your best bet would be to play on a different skin on the same network. For instance, we also offer 30% rakeback on both PokerNordica and RPM Poker, which are the exact same thing in terms of player base, game availability, etc. We run a monthly $4k rake race on PokerNordica currently, and it's very easy to cash in that race.
     
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  12. merge network. RPM POKER, carbon's an old dog. GO!
  13. Thanks Adam

    I opted for TITAN, and I was very impressed with the customer service. They hooked me up with some bonuses and freeroll tokens though their on-line chat and were extremely helpful. Nice first impression.
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  14. titan /thread. Very good customer service, decent bonuses, softish games.

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