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  1. #11
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    RakeTheRake,

    It appears that you guys don't realize what happened last night. Cake opened the tourney to all Cake users. They removed the password. It even said so in the tourney lobby. It specifically said that the tournament was not a password/private tourney. In fact, the tourney that runs tonight says the same thing. There is no password. Everyone on the site can enter by simply clicking register. If you guys didn't know about this, then Cake has opened the RTR tournies to all Cake users without your permission.

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    Here's what it says in the tourney lobby right now:

    "To celebrate Thanksgiving, this is a NOT Private Tournament!"

    "There's no password on this"

    This wasn't a case of password thieves. The password protection was removed by Cake.

  3. #13
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    OK then its what I suspected, no passwords the last 2 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casper4455 View Post
    Here's what it says in the tourney lobby right now:

    "To celebrate Thanksgiving, this is a NOT Private Tournament!"

    "There's no password on this"

    This wasn't a case of password thieves. The password protection was removed by Cake.
    I believe you but it still asks me for a password!

    Cheers
    Best wishes

    Johnny

    Skype: rakeback1



    ALREADY HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH PARTY POKER? TRY RETAGGING IT TO US HERE

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    I use the original Cake, so if you're using Cake 2.0, then maybe that's the difference. All I know is there is no password protection on the original Cake software that I'm using. It seems to me that RTR would be upset with Cake over this issue. It's unfair to your members. Oh well, good luck all.

  6. #16
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    not to rude... but it even says right in the tournament lobby " this is NOT a private tournament, there is no password, please do not enter one when you register.

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    OK I also use Cake 1 software, maybe thats the reason.

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    *not to be rude

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    oh well.... i still would like to say i am very thankful for all the freerolls!!! <3 you RTR!!!

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    I contacted Cake again and they said that Cake had nothing to do with the password protection being removed. I understand this is all about a freeroll, but someone is lying. Online poker has enough black eyes this year. Someone needs to step up and clear this up. We don't need anymore shady BS going on. There's something very fishy about this situation.

    It's not like the tourney lobby could just "Magically" announce that the password was not needed. How about some answers?

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