I wonder if is ok to play on paradise poker with low Poker Iq. If someone goes plus in the long run?
I’m up an unspectacular amount on Paradise ($400+ in 50 hours over seven weeks). The 2-4 and 3-6 seem 100% legit. The 10-20, well, don’t know and I am not going to risk that much when two guys with a cell phone can clean you out. The payouts are DEFINITELY legit (free, painless, and less than two weeks). Be warned though, the 3-6 is about three times as tough as any 3-6 game in real life. Also, they rake off 5.75% when you buy in (bankroll, not every game), but you get $5 credit for every hundred hands you play, so don’t sweat it. I urge you to try the play money tables. But sadly, most players actually try in the money games. I don’t have anything to do with the operators, and this is just personal experience, but I’ve been pretty happy.
I went up $600 at the 3/6, 5/10 in two days and cashed out. I periodically went back in with a $100 here and there and lost it. I’ve since deleted the software. It’s WAY TOO EASY to rack up a hefty Visa bill, if you ask me. I’m also little untrusting of the integrity. That’s strictly an opinion and only based on my perception.
I have played at paradise for 6 months now. At the moment I am 2200 $ up. This comes from playing Hold’em the lower limits (2/4 through 5/10). Beware that your opposition gets much tougher if you move om to 10/20. My best monthly result was in April (Up 1530 $ in 50 hrs of play). I have no hesitation in trusting the integrity of the game. Furthermore I am impressed by the service provided by their support department. The shortest time a check has taken from Costa Rica to Oslo, Norway is three days. Considering that Norway, like Sweden, is basically where Santa lives I find that rather impressive.