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Pokerstars Home Games: your feedback

Discussion in 'Casinomeister's Poker Room' started by PlayM777, Mar 29, 2017.

    Mar 29, 2017
  1. PlayM777

    PlayM777 Dormant account

    Occupation:
    business
    Location:
    Canada
    Hello, everybody! I would like to get your feedback about Home Games of Pokerstars. I want to try, but have a lot of questions and misunderstandings.

    For what is it? What is the purpose of them?

    Home Games for free? What is the profit for the owner of the club? And what about commercial purposes?

    This feature Pokerstars created a long time ago. Something changed since that? Pokerstars improved something in Home Games? What advantages and disadvantages?

    How much people can be in the club? And how much club can I join? How many tables can I play? Can I organize tournaments every day?
    What about rake, cash out, limits, bonuses, tournaments, and software of Home Games itself?
     
  2. Apr 21, 2017
  3. elkoxon

    elkoxon Newbie member

    Location:
    Czech
    The main purpose of the home games (as the name itself suggests) is the possibilty for the player to play with his friends like at home. You invite only your friends to the club and voila. If someone plays with friends live games, this is an alternative.

    Not about making money
     

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