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Why Should You Play With Rakeback?

To become a winning poker player you have to adapt a strategy that gives you an advantage over your opponents. In the long run, you can only win if you are a better poker player than the ones you are playing against. This is true, but many players forget that being a superior player isn.t always enough.

All poker rooms, both online and offline, take rake from every pot that reaches a certain size. That money leaves the table for good and can no longer be won by any player. This is a factor you have to take into consideration when you play poker. If two equally skilled players would play for 1000 hours they would probably win and lose equally much. But in reality, none of them would actually win, all because of the rake the poker rooms deduct from the pots.

If you wish to become a winning player you have to beat, both your opponents, and the rake. This is where rakeback comes in. A player that plays a lot of poker also pays a lot of rake. It is not unusual that a player pays hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars to the poker rooms every month. To cut down on the .house-advantage. I recommend that you find a rakeback deal as good as possible. When you are playing with poker rakeback you will get a percentage of your rake refunded to you every moth, money that otherwise would be gone forever. At smaller stakes that money often turns a losing moth into a winning.

There is no reason why you should play without rake back. Look for the best rakeback offer, sign up, and start earning money. It.s just as easy as that.
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