Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Interview with "eudodo": fixed limit helped him to get a spot in the top 10!

interview with eudodo

Another week and another player in the top 10 promotion!

"eudodo" just made it and as before we ask him to share a few comments with the tuktuk community :).

Here is an extract of that interview:

Tuk: "Could you please give us a short description of you and your poker career?"
"eudodo": "I am 33 years old, living in London and playing poker a bit longer than a half year. Actually, I started playing poker just before I found PS site.
At the start I played mainly in tournaments. I still remember these freelrolls with over thousand of participants and the fact that usually I got busted on a bubble. It was a long lesson.
In meantime I started reading a lot about poker. There is a lot of books about fixed limit and I took this direction. The content of PS site consolidated my knowledge and it helped me a lot. Now I feel that I am 'fixed' for life."

Tuk: "Do you still remember how did you find tuktukbkk.blogspot.com?"
"eudodo": "I found tuktukbkk.blogspot.com on some site with poker news. There was a brief info about tuktuk-TAF model and PS."

Tuk: "What made you register?"
"eudodo": "At the start I was sceptical but I decided to have a look and see. I thought that as long as I do not need to pay anything and submit certain personal details I cannot lose anything. If you want to play poker you definitely need to take a risk, so it was not a huge decision. However, in case of tuktuk-TAF model and PS site, there was no risk involved. (I could have go all-in)"

Tuk: "What do you think of this "tuktuk" model of giving back the TAF (Tell-a-friend) money?"
"eudodo": "This is a kind of extension of TAF system that offers PS. And a pleasant surprise. Here again, you cannot lose anything but you can gain a little extra and if you want you can have some connection with other members of PS via Tuk."

Tuk: "To whom would you suggest this type of model?"
"eudodo": "The model is for everyone. Once you understood that registering directly to a poker room is usually the worst option (most often you do not get the best deal with your first deposit or rake-back - sometimes no rake-back!), you will appreciate the value of registering via various sites that offer you something extra.

Tuk: "Anything special message you would like to leave for those who arestill in doubt that this is for real and it works?"
"eudodo": "Doubts? You have 30 seconds to respond ... Decision making is a key point in poker."

Tuk: "And any hints/tips you would like to leave for those still runningtowards the 5000 StrategyPoints mark?"
"eudodo": "Try to be consistent and work on your game. Check the site you are playing on and the number of points that you can get. It is very tough to get more points on micro-limits on a site like for example Poker Stars, where they do not count partial points. (this suppose to be changed in the nearest future). But the key is to improve your game. With time you will change your limit and everything will accelerate. Good luck at the tables!"

Thank you so much "eudodo" for an excellent interview!!!

Please consider also the confirmation of the payment of $100 to your Full Tilt account as you requested:

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What are you waiting for? Get on board and start playing with our free money! The TukTuk Poker model rocks! :)

All the best,

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Monday, May 18, 2009

Interview: StusMagic made it to the top 10 and received $100!

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If you have been following my blog for a while you know that I have been running a special promotion on top of the tuktuk poker model where the first 10 players who make the 5000 strategy points will receive 100% of the TAF money I get from pokerstrategy.

Well guess what? We have another player in that group - StusMagic just made it! Congratulations!

We asked him a few questions and here is an extract of that interview:

"My name is Dino and I am from Croatia and I am 18 years old Ive been playing poker for 8 months and i was using lots of free money offers coz I was affraid to lose my own money so free money sites were option.

Before I found pokerstrategy i was playing without brm and any strategy was getting my first 50$ to like 300$ in one day then lose it all second day and search for next site for 50$.

I found your blog on google search when i searched all kind of offers and I was confused coz I had to read articles to get free 50$.I failed from first time coz i didnt read any of articles and I tho it was piece of cake things about poker basics but i saw its more complicated then that and I read it all and started to play by that strategy(sss).

Your offer was better then most of other sites coz all i found was 10$-50$ that actually worked.I think your model is good way to earn some extra cash and I think its good model for everyone,I cant think of anyone who wouldnt have use of some extra cash :D.

For those still running towards the 5000 StrategyPoints mark I can only say this things:

1.Stick to brm and never go to higher limits than your bankroll can afford
2.When you feel like tilting take a break instead of loosing another buyin or more buyins
3.Never give up"

Thank you so much Dino for your kind words!!! Please consider also the confirmation of the payment of $100 to your pokerstars account:

Payment on Pokerstars

I will soon update you all on the top 10 list. All I can say is that there are still a few places left so get on board and start playing with our free money!

All the best,

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Moving to a new address - http://tuktukpoker.blogspot.com


I have been working in the past days in a new look for my site and its with great pleasure that I would like to present you the new home for the tuktuk poker model.

Please add to/change from your favorites the address - http://tuktukpoker.blogspot.com

After 1 month all visitors that are still using the old address will be automatically redirect to the new blog.

So what do you think? Does it look better? I would love to to receive your comments on the new look!

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