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Created by bigspenda73 on October 2, 2009

Definition

One form of awarding frequent player points is to use a dealt rake system, where every player at the table receives an equal amount of points regardless of who put money in the pot.

Example

Dealt rake systems tend to favor tighter players, as they can earn as many FPPs as looser players, with out the risk of playing as many pots.



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