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Showle
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what is a prima site?

Postby Showle » Wed Aug 10, 2005 9:55 pm

noob question but i bet i'm not the only one who doent get it. how does a prima site differ from say, AP or PP?
Pred1984
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Postby Pred1984 » Fri Aug 12, 2005 11:51 pm

mainly different software
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Postby Dientiong » Mon Oct 31, 2005 7:50 pm

I find it hard to believe nobody has answered this with a more in depth answer yet.

A prima site is one that is part of the Prima network.  It is a group of sites that share the same software.  

Off the top of my head, here are a few:

Poker333
Royal Vegas
Trident
Wild Jack
The Gaming Club

Another network is Playtech:

Noble
Titan
Fair Poker
Ahmand1976
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Networks

Postby Ahmand1976 » Mon Oct 31, 2005 9:12 pm

Howdy Y'all -

These "Networks" not only share software but they share tourneys and players as well. For example, you can log in through BET-365 and join a tourney yet be up against others who have logged in through Royal or any other Prima site. They do have room specific tourneys as well but those are pretty rare. Also, most sites within any one network share the same rules regarding deposit bonuses and withdrawal requirements and such.

For example, the Play-Tech sites GM mentioned host mostly R/A (Re-Buy/Add-On) tourneys yet Club Dice also has their own "CD Tour" which is site specific. In other words, you can't play the CD Tour from Noble or Fair like you can their typical tourneys.

I hope that adds to GM's explanation a bit and I wish you luck!

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