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    Default Poker Bargains on First Ever Poker Auction Site www.bidibot.com

    A new penny auction site BIDIBOT.COM has recently launched, the difference between this and other sites of this nature is that the product range is entirely poker and casino related, i.e. poker credits on sites such as Betfair, 888poker and PokerStars to name a few as well as tournament entries into the British Championships, GUKPT, EPT's and online events such as WCOOPs.

    The company is still fairly young and there are a huge amount of bargains to be found there, in the past 2 weeks we have seen two GUKPT main even seats go for the incredible price of $3.18 and $16.09, subsequent to that two of the very popular Ipads have sold for under $4.

    More recently the online poker giant Pokerstars have partnered with BidiBot and regular auctions for entry to the Sunday Warm Up and the Sunday Million are being featured as well as a large number of other auctions for significant sums of credit and tournament tickets for sites such as Betfair, 888, Victory Poker and GCasino.

    Here is how it works...

    We are currently running an introductory promotion which means you will receive ten free bids for signing up (no promo code required). Many of the auctions are 'free bid' meaning all you pay for is the final price of the auction. This always guarantees large percentage discounts.

    If you are not aware of this type of site, under normal circumstances you buy a package of bids for a set amount, when you bid your account is debited 1 credit but the auction price increases by only 1 cent. The auction clock resets by 30 seconds each time you bid, when the clock reaches zero we have a lucky winner.
    Payment can be made by Visa, Visa debit, Mastercard or Neteller.

    We also run a vast number of lucky chance auctions, these are restricted to our players who are unfortunate to have not won an auction.

    So go register, get stuck in and let me know how you get on. Good luck and have fun

    The site is BIDIBOT.COM

    I am happy to answer any questions you may have, please feel free to leave a post or PM me, in case I have missed anything, here is a recent review from Online Casino directory

    'Limited Bankrolls will Love Bidibot.com
    Sunday, August 15th, 2010
    If you love to gamble but have a limited bankroll, you are going to love the website Bidibot.com. The owners of the website came up with an ingenious idea how to allow gamers with limited cash to still earn points to various games around the world. At the website you can get in on a variety of satellite games to big name tournaments and earn credits for entry to some other tournaments. If you have a limited bankroll, this is the perfect idea for you to work with. The website was started by a group of professional poker players who saw the growth of the game, but the stifling properties of the market. Let’s face it, the market hasn’t returned to normal just yet. In fact, it still is lagging behind in a lot of industries. People don’t yet have the discretionary funds they once did pre-recession. Casinos have to be creative and work with people if they expect them to continue to log in for gambling.

    The reality of gambling is that there are many other things people can spend their money on. In today’s market, it’s hard to find the extra hundred dollars to wager with and hard to justify spending money on gambling. For those who have problems or had to cut gambling out of their scheduled at the height of the recession, returning to the pastime may be a little easier thanks to Bidibot.com. The website allows gamblers to big in auctions. It is a lot like Ebay, or any other auction-oriented website. You can bid on prizes like poker tournament buy-ins and have a great chance to win your way into a big-name event. Some packages you can wager on come with travel expenses, hotel stays, food and stipends for the days the tournament lasts. This is an awesome way to work with the limited resources of gamers today and help them to get in on the biggest and best tournaments. You can log into the website and shop for the tournaments you want to take a shot at winning and then start the bidding. It’s the perfect way to take advantage of gambling fun, while still watching your bankroll.'

    Good luck and happy bidding.

    www.bidibot.com
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    Has anyone ever used a penny auction site before?

    I've actually tried a couple before after my friend told me she won a bunch of stuff on them. The concept is quite interesting... although it took me a while to wrap my head around the whole thing.

    From what I've heard, a good "strategy" to these things is to build up a good reputation of being stubborn and not giving up. Basically, to bully you way on each and every auction you enter, even continuing to bid when you're going to lose money, just to keep up your image. It's kind of like being a Sherif at the poker table just to keep people honest, although it's supposed to work a bit better on these auction sites.

    Also, I hear it's good to have a lot of money for bids, so that you don't get close to out-waiting your competition, only to lose because you ran out of bids... it's kind of like being a short stack at a table and waiting forever for AA or KK, only to finally win, but it not being worth it.

    Anyway, I just thought that it's neat to see somebody make a penny auction site that is catered to poker. It's neat because most of the stuff at penny auction sites aren't stuff you want, like a coffee maker or fancy broom, heh (catered to the housewives that seem to be the largest demographic). Also might be fun to play some auctions on bidibot while playing poker waiting for your hands.

    I haven't tried bidibot out yet, but might....

    BTW, this is probably an EXCELLENT way for people to get money on cardrooms who aren't able to deposit! <-- Just thought of that!
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    I just deposited $100 myself and received 210 bids due to their 100% deposit bonus + the $100 bonus. I'll let you guys know if I win anything :-)
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    Glad to see it worked out for you , but probably as the site gets popular the autobidders will get in there and suck out the value .

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    I entered a few auctions this morning and won 1 for $100. It was rather silly though, as I was in an insane bidding war against another user and we both spent an arm and a leg trying to outmuscle each other. In the end though, I held firm and won. Heh, he is probably pissed because he spent a ton of bids against me.

    With the 100% deposit bonus and $100 bid package bonus, I'm in the green (black) so far since each bid actually cost me less than $0.50 each, but I hope to not spend nearly as many bids in the future. The good thing is that I don't think that guy will ever try to compete against me anymore. Now I just need to make my presence known to others... but it can be very expensive to build such a strong "table image".

    I might compete for the $645 PokerStars multipack tomorrow, otherwise I think I will wait for the next iPad auction to come along and see if I can win that.

    You can see the auction I won here: $100 CREDIT | BIDIBOT.COM. I won the $100 auction for $2.85.

    Anyone else gonna try Bidibot? So far I have made a profit, and even if I lose the rest of my auctions I will still have broke even (-$2.85) since I only deposited $100.
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    Looks pretty cool...never tried anything like that, but I always love a good bargain!
    Well over $300,000 free every month in 2011 with freerolls, rake races, and rake chases!

    www.RakeGuard.com has the highest rakeback percentages available.

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    Question: How are tourney buyins on Stars transferred to the winning bidder, and how do the buyers and sellers feel secure?
    Well over $300,000 free every month in 2011 with freerolls, rake races, and rake chases!

    www.RakeGuard.com has the highest rakeback percentages available.

    RakeGuard...more than just rakeback.

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    "OVERBIDDER" - Great name to scare the competition .

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    Yeah, so don't bid against me... better for all of us :-)
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