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rob
02-27-2008, 08:57 AM
I caught word last night from one of you all that Cake no longer allows props (not our team, not taking signups) at NL games below 2/4. What this means for you is that the 1/2NL and lower games just got a lot softer. It might be a good time to give them a go: http://www.rakebacknation.com/cake-poker/.

Rob

ringb39
02-27-2008, 12:07 PM
I wouldn't have thought it was possible for them to get much softer.

g3m
02-28-2008, 07:19 PM
i didnt know we had a cake poker prop deal

Barton
02-28-2008, 08:25 PM
It's a standard 33% rakeback deal with no rules

EricBlade
03-01-2008, 03:19 PM
No, no, they just got a lot softer because I started playing there again :(

SplashMaster
03-25-2008, 04:15 PM
if we get the rakeback deal, are we eligible for rewards? I know we cant get the sign up bonus, but how bout the promotions the site offers?

thanks

rob
03-26-2008, 12:15 PM
You are eligible for bonuses and rewards if you're a rakeback player.

dsepe
03-26-2008, 01:08 PM
1) can we use Epassporte?

2) re-sizable tables?

3) what is the current sign-up bonus?

SplashMaster
03-26-2008, 01:45 PM
You are eligible for bonuses and rewards if you're a rakeback player.

great, thanks Rob

killab2482
03-26-2008, 02:03 PM
don't they take out all the promotions from our pay...For example, if we get an ipod or win a tourney with a gold card, don't they then subtract this ammount from our monthly pay. I believe this works with bonuses also. They simply subtract the bonus money from our rb money, so we cannot get both...Just wondering if this still holds true..thanks

SplashMaster
03-26-2008, 05:30 PM
You are eligible for bonuses and rewards if you're a rakeback player.

wait the sign up bonus too, Rob? it said "BONUS" deducted

cainer
03-26-2008, 06:30 PM
I had a rakeback account on redstar and i would guess it works the same on cake poker(same skin)

If u win anything from using your gold chips in a tourney, its your to keep

Same goes for the gold card, but, if u cash in a gold card for money, then that is subtracted

As for the sign up bonus, u get it but, not actually all of it. Ill explain

U deposit $500 and u will get a $500 sign up bonus as well. Lets say for the mnth, u generate $200 in rake. With the %33 rakeback u would then get paid $66 for that month, but, instead you have to subtract your bonuses that u cleared from the $200. Lets say u made $50 in bonuses, your then net rake would be $150 and not the $200. U would then get %33 rakeback on that $150 and/or recieve at months end $50 instead of the $68.

Final conclusion, with sign up bonus and rakeback on $200 rake generated u would get $50 in bonus money and $50 in rakeback for a total of $100


Without the sign up bopnus and a straight %33 rakeback deal would get u only $68. So, the bonus is beneficial. $32 less on straight rakeback of %33 as shown above expample.

SplashMaster
03-26-2008, 07:24 PM
I had a rakeback account on redstar and i would guess it works the same on cake poker(same skin)

If u win anything from using your gold chips in a tourney, its your to keep

Same goes for the gold card, but, if u cash in a gold card for money, then that is subtracted

As for the sign up bonus, u get it but, not actually all of it. Ill explain

U deposit $500 and u will get a $500 sign up bonus as well. Lets say for the mnth, u generate $200 in rake. With the %33 rakeback u would then get paid $66 for that month, but, instead you have to subtract your bonuses that u cleared from the $200. Lets say u made $50 in bonuses, your then net rake would be $150 and not the $200. U would then get %33 rakeback on that $150 and/or recieve at months end $50 instead of the $68.

Final conclusion, with sign up bonus and rakeback on $200 rake generated u would get $50 in bonus money and $50 in rakeback for a total of $100


Without the sign up bopnus and a straight %33 rakeback deal would get u only $68. So, the bonus is beneficial. $32 less on straight rakeback of %33 as shown above expample.


hey cainer,
thanks for the info

rob
03-27-2008, 10:50 AM
I had a rakeback account on redstar and i would guess it works the same on cake poker(same skin)

If u win anything from using your gold chips in a tourney, its your to keep

Same goes for the gold card, but, if u cash in a gold card for money, then that is subtracted

As for the sign up bonus, u get it but, not actually all of it. Ill explain

U deposit $500 and u will get a $500 sign up bonus as well. Lets say for the mnth, u generate $200 in rake. With the %33 rakeback u would then get paid $66 for that month, but, instead you have to subtract your bonuses that u cleared from the $200. Lets say u made $50 in bonuses, your then net rake would be $150 and not the $200. U would then get %33 rakeback on that $150 and/or recieve at months end $50 instead of the $68.

Final conclusion, with sign up bonus and rakeback on $200 rake generated u would get $50 in bonus money and $50 in rakeback for a total of $100


Without the sign up bopnus and a straight %33 rakeback deal would get u only $68. So, the bonus is beneficial. $32 less on straight rakeback of %33 as shown above expample.

Right on. Bonuses are deducted from total rake before the 33% is taken.

They also 'have the right' to deduct deposit fees, promotional gifts and other things, but from our reports it doesn't look like they're making those deductions yet. I would expect them to do so as they grow.

Rob

Barton
03-27-2008, 12:26 PM
They deduct deposit fees from their prop team. 8% for epass. (no new hires so don't bother looking)

cainer
03-28-2008, 01:41 AM
I was at red star(until my bonus cleared) and i never had any deposit fees or withdraw fees charged

Azspock
10-29-2008, 10:42 PM
Hey Rob,
Just signed up to be a prop for Cake through myhfriend Same Hong, and deposited money into the account to finally get started. Will I get a bonus on the deposit, since I havenever played at CAKE. And I am going to wait to play anyways until I get conformation? Azspock :)

Barton
10-29-2008, 11:29 PM
You will get a bonus but they will deduct it from your prop pay