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 Post subject: How does the 6-month rule work?
PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2004 12:14 pm 
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On the promo pages, it says: "If you have had an active Party Poker REAL money account in the past six months, you do not qualify."

So how does the six-month rule work? For instance, if I play at Party Poker, but then cash out and don't play real money for six months, I can sign up again as a new player? Or do you actually have to cancel your account?

I'm curious because I've signed up for about 8 poker rooms now and just don't play at some anymore. If I wait 6 months, can I sign up for them again through PSO without doing anything else, or do I have to cancel them outright?


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 Post subject: Re: How does the 6-month rule work?
PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2004 1:26 pm 
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JuryDuty wrote:
On the promo pages, it says: "If you have had an active Party Poker REAL money account in the past six months, you do not qualify."

So how does the six-month rule work? For instance, if I play at Party Poker, but then cash out and don't play real money for six months, I can sign up again as a new player? Or do you actually have to cancel your account?

I'm curious because I've signed up for about 8 poker rooms now and just don't play at some anymore. If I wait 6 months, can I sign up for them again through PSO without doing anything else, or do I have to cancel them outright?


You need to cancel them and then wait 6 months. You cannot cancel an account you made with PSO and then do the same promotion again 6 months later, however you can do that with an account you made some place else.


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So I'll need to email them and tell them to cancel the account--I can't just let it sit and die? Will do!


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JuryDuty wrote:
So I'll need to email them and tell them to cancel the account--I can't just let it sit and die? Will do!


You got it.


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