Thumbs down for JuicyStakes by Joe boley on 11 Feb 2014
rating 3 / 5
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Easy Money at Juicy Stakes/Revolution Gaming by supa on 10 Nov 2012
rating 3 / 5
It hasn't been long since my account was transferred from Cake Poker to Juicy Stakes so I can't speak much about how they handle support or cash outs. I can however testify to how easy it is to make a killing at Revolution Gaming.
As a mediocre micro stakes 6max cash player I've found the player pool on Revolution to be lol terribad. Games from 4nl to 50nl are filled with fish and most of the solid regs are easily exploited because they aren't interested in getting into big pots with other regs. A high 3bet% is key to dominating vs most regs here, just watch for when they start adjusting and playing back at you.
Starting tables is a must do at Juicy Stakes. Tables usually fill up quickly and leap to the top of the table vpip% list. Variance can be brutal at these tables but if you have any clue what you're doing you'll come out way ahead over a larger sample.
Rake is a bit high on Revolution so having rakeback is crucial. Rakeback is 36% and I highly suggest using RakethRake as your Rakeback provider. RTR has a monthly $5000 freeroll with, from what I've seen, a player pool usually comprised of bad cash game regs so if you have any tournament experience you have a huge edge. I've actually never deposited a dime on Revolution, having started my roll by placing in the money in one of the RTR freerolls. Another perk to using RTR is they'll help you're cash outs move along faster. Just email them when you've cashed out and they'll take it from there.
I haven't taken advantage of many of the bonuses offered at Revolution however I've found the Gold Card tournaments to be worth their weight in... wait for it... gold. It takes a little work to catch on to but once you learn how to buy and sell gold cards these tournies are like printing money, and I suck at tournaments.
If you're an American player stuck playing 4nl with a breakeven winrate on one those other US friendly sites you'd do well to mooooooove (couldn't resist) over to Juicy stakes in my opinion.