Boss Media poker-rooms?

YuraK

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Does anybody have list of Boss Media poker-rooms? Their site lists casinos only :(.
 

jetset

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Have you checked Poker Pulse.com? The Boss network is titled International Poker Network I believe.
 

paul1

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YuraK said:
Does anybody have list of Boss Media poker-rooms? Their site lists casinos only :(.

Here's a few off the top of my head.

Total Poker
Casino.net Poker
King Solomon's
Bowman's
CanBet Poker

I know there are others.
 

pokeraddict

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I was going to list them here but then i saw there are 30-40 of them. Go to this link Link Removed ( Old/Invalid) and anyone listed as "International Poker Network" is a Boss Media skin. Many are sportsbooks.
 

pokeraddict

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YuraK said:
Does anybody have list of Boss Media poker-rooms? Their site lists casinos only :(.

Here is the list I have compiled.

Aces.com, Ahead Poker, Allstarpoker.com, Bet Direct, BetEurope Poker Lounge, Betoto Poker Lounge, Bet USA, Betandwin.com, Bowans, Canbet Poker, Capital Poker, Celeb Poker, Fingertime Poker, Fonbet Poker, Fortune Poker, Gala Poker, Imperial Poker, Juega Poker, King Soloman's Poker, London Poker Club, Play Web Poker, Playersonly.com, Sportsfanatik.com Poker, Sporting Bet, Sporting Odds Poker, Sports.com, TGF Poker, Total Poker, and Wallstreet.com.
 

sal monella

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pokeraddict said:
Here is the list I have compiled.

Aces.com, Ahead Poker, Allstarpoker.com, Bet Direct, BetEurope Poker Lounge, Betoto Poker Lounge, Bet USA, Betandwin.com, Bowans, Canbet Poker, Capital Poker, Celeb Poker, Fingertime Poker, Fonbet Poker, Fortune Poker, Gala Poker, Imperial Poker, Juega Poker, King Soloman's Poker, London Poker Club, Play Web Poker, Playersonly.com, Sportsfanatik.com Poker, Sporting Bet, Sporting Odds Poker, Sports.com, TGF Poker, Total Poker, and Wallstreet.com.

Can anyone comment on the signup bonuses at these sites? I'd like to try the network, but I prefer sites where I can receive credit for a raked hand even if I fold pre-flop. I've checked on a few Boss sites, and they all seem to require a contribution to the pot.

Thanks.
 

paul1

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sal monella said:
Can anyone comment on the signup bonuses at these sites? I'd like to try the network, but I prefer sites where I can receive credit for a raked hand even if I fold pre-flop. I've checked on a few Boss sites, and they all seem to require a contribution to the pot.

Thanks.

I don't know which ones require contributed hands, yet I have heard the same thing.

Both Casino.net Poker and Total Poker are just raked hands. Each gives the 100 for 500 raked hands, which is pretty good. Others require 1000 hands for the same.

The 2-4 and 3-6 games don't rake till the pot reaches $20 so you may want to clear a bonus at 1-2 or 4-8, 5-10.

Good luck. Games get crazy. Buckle up! :D :thumbsup:
 

sal monella

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Thanks paul1. I'm still working my way through the Boss poker websites, but so far I haven't found any with better bonuses than Casino.net and Total. This could possibly be a recent change, but my impression is that probably all Boss/IPN sites require contributed hands.

Support at both Casino.net and Total says the hands need to be contributed, and according to the Canbet site, "raked hands refer to hands ... where the player contributes to the raked pot."
 

paul1

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sal monella said:
Thanks paul1. I'm still working my way through the Boss poker websites, but so far I haven't found any with better bonuses than Casino.net and Total. This could possibly be a recent change, but my impression is that probably all Boss/IPN sites require contributed hands.

Support at both Casino.net and Total says the hands need to be contributed, and according to the Canbet site, "raked hands refer to hands ... where the player contributes to the raked pot."

Well I could swear up and down that it was not contributed. I worked through the bonuses rather quickly. But I too have read or heard that they are contributed. And I guess I can't argue with what Support told you. This clearly means just one thing. I'm losing my mind. :eek2:

Really, I would have bet a hundred bucks that it is not contributed.

Also, Sal, I think King Solomons has the same $100 for 500 hands. And when I first did Bowmans, it was $100 for 500 hands but I see they have since changed it to 1000 hands.

By the way, you will not be able to deposit into two rooms with your Neteller. Or I should say, two rooms that are associated with WebDollar. Not all are WebDollar. The ones with sportsbooks are not, like CanBet and Bowmans, etc.

Good luck to you. :thumbsup:
 

paul1

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paul1 said:
Really, I would have bet a hundred bucks that it is not contributed.

I was just thinking after I posted the above response. I have a friend who I talk to all the time and he just went through the bonus. He sailed right through it very quickly. This is weird. I hear what you're saying about Support telling you.

Y'know, it wouldn't be a complete stretch of the imagination to find out that they are wrong or that it is supposed to be contributed but actually is not. I dunno. Nothing about Boss would surprise me. I've always kind of rooted for them. They seem to have integrity and I like that. But truely they are the gang that couldn't shoot straight. They seem to make a lot of poor decisions.

Anyway, you'll love the games. There's a lot of players from Turkey. Let's gamble!!!
 

sal monella

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I think support being wrong is a definite possibility. For me, the main problem with a contributed requirement is that it forces me to shift to stud or short-handed hold'em, whereas I'm more comfortable with full-ring hold'em.

You're correct on the King Solomons bonus, but they include the additional requirement that you have to play $1 and $2 tables. It's really frustrating trying new poker sites because you have to play "20 Questions" with support, and even then, you may not receive accurate answers. Casino terms and conditions are more complicated, but at least they're usually posted somewhere on the website.

Thanks for the WebDollar tip. I believe I've played two WebDollar casinos using Neteller, but this restriction is probably poker-specific. On another forum someone posted about a possible limit of three Boss poker sign-ups from one computer.
 

paul1

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sal monella said:
Thanks for the WebDollar tip. I believe I've played two WebDollar casinos using Neteller, but this restriction is probably poker-specific. On another forum someone posted about a possible limit of three Boss poker sign-ups from one computer.

I don't know why, but WebDollar is not allowing you to go into a second poker room with a Neteller deposit. Of course, you can use a credit card on the other one.

Also, I know there was once a 2 room limit, but now apparently it is three. Somehow I snuck into five right around the time of the upgrade. I dunno how, maybe my charming personality. :rolleyes:

I assume it has nothing to do with the computer, I think they just don't allow your name and info to open up a fourth account on the network. (this I assume, not possitive)
 
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