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    What is an "NB player"?

    Found on here:
    https://www.raketherake.com/leaderbo...es-race-3-1715

    I've been tagged through Cake Poker with rakeback for a very long time now. Are NB players new players?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KoRnholio View Post
    Found on here:
    https://www.raketherake.com/leaderbo...es-race-3-1715

    I've been tagged through Cake Poker with rakeback for a very long time now. Are NB players new players?
    Hey KoRnholio,

    It should say

    "NB: Players must rake...."

    We were missing a ':'

    NB means Nota Bene or "Note well" ...it's like saying "Heads up, players need to rake $200 in a week...."

    Apologies for any confusion
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    Just so it is crystal clear... If I rake less than $200 at regular tables, I am still eligible for a prize based on my leader board position, right?

    And for heads up play, $200+ rake in that week is required?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KoRnholio View Post
    Just so it is crystal clear... If I rake less than $200 at regular tables, I am still eligible for a prize based on my leader board position, right?

    And for heads up play, $200+ rake in that week is required?
    Hey K

    All your rake is counted each week...doesnt matter where you play, ring, heads up or tourneys
    Best wishes

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    Oh, "heads up" as in "attention:"?

    If I rake under $200 in that week, will I still receive the prize corresponding to my place on the Cake poker weekly RTR leader board? If not, I have no reason to try to grind out $200 rake in such a short time. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KoRnholio View Post
    Oh, "heads up" as in "attention:"?

    If I rake under $200 in that week, will I still receive the prize corresponding to my place on the Cake poker weekly RTR leader board? If not, I have no reason to try to grind out $200 rake in such a short time. Thanks.
    Hey K

    Yes "heads up" as in "attention"

    There is no separate RTR race at Cake. The 4x $15,0000 raaces are shared between about 5 affiliates. They are the races where you need to rake $200 to win a prize each week.

    Hope that clears up any confusion?
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    So the prize pool is not really 15000 per week.
    Also when was this written there as today is first time i realized it is there?
    This is really nasty (I have different word in my mind) to announce something like this with one small line.

    But hey this is online poker, where everybody is trying to trick other to give them as much money as possible. Too bad also poker sites and rakeback providers are doing it.

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    Hey Zlad

    Nobody is trying to trick anybody and certainly not us. after $140million returned to players, why would we start with cheating you out of a few $$$?

    They promotion did not have a $200 rule for about the last 2 or 3 (I forget how long this promo has run) years until recently.

    It is standard practice that all players must read the T&Cs of any promotion they are entering for this very reason. The $200 condition is in plain site and at the same size font as the other text.

    Hope that answers your question
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    That is a terrible new rule hope they change that there going to lose my business. They already take over 3 months to process a withdrawal. Looks like this site is about done for.

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    TY all

    We do continue to make Cake/Juicy aware of all your comments and I am sure the other affiliates involved do also. Apparently this information was mentioned in newsletters sent out by the rooms so going forward we suggest people do take a quick look at these when they come in
    Best wishes

    Johnny

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