is an online gambling portal dedicated in poker tournaments. Having been online since 2009, this poker affiliate website features one of the largest collections of online poker tournament strategy articles and guides to help poker players perform better in multi table tournaments (MTT).
Whether it is the Sunday Millions or just a $10 buy-in multi table tournament, players and visitors to the site can find over 75 articles focused on poker tournaments to crack open the big fields including articles on advanced multi table tournaments such as Hand Selection, Range Balancing, 3/4 Betting, Shoving Ranges and many more on advanced tournament concepts.
You can also find reviews of the best poker room to play multi table tournaments, which MTT training sites to sign up to, and information on poker software to help you win. Each poker room featured on the site is well reviewed with complete information beginning with a summary of the poker room along with information on its sign up bonus, software, game variety, loyalty rewards, promotions, support, deposit and cashout methods and even screenshots of the poker room.
On the main page covers the top 5 poker rooms, US friendly poker rooms, and you can find casinos as well. By subscribing to MosesBet Newsletter, you get MTT Push/Shove Chart and Entry to Freerolls for free.
Interview with the webmaster of MosesBet.com:
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1. Are you a full-time gambling webmaster, or have you got another job as well?
I started as a webmaster in 2009 and quit my job in 2010 to become a full-time webmaster.
2. How long have you been involved in the gambling industry? What drew you to being a webmaster?
I started playing online poker in 2007. After playing nearly every evening for 2 years and after investing plenty of time into improving my skill and learning poker strategies, I discovered that it was also possible to earn money without having to grind poker tournaments: by becoming an affiliate and by running a poker strategy website.
3. What did you do before you became a webmaster?
I had a well-paid low-stress office job but it felt like I was wasting my lifetime.
4. How do your family and friends feel about your work as a gambling webmaster?
I think most of them still don't fully understand what I'm actually doing but they are impressed by the lifestyle that I have, in particular to my freedom regarding how and where I spend my time.
5. One of the biggest issue affiliates face is time management. What tips can you offer your fellow webmasters?
Honestly, I also have this problem of low efficiency and long hours at the computer, but I still enjoy it, even if checking stats is not a productive taskâ€¦ One suggestion I have is with e-mails. Set up rules which move your emails into the desired folders, open Outlook only at specific times, or at least disable the â€œnew e-mailâ€ notifications. The same goes for Skype. Turn it off or switch to invisible mode at the very least.
6. Where do you go or what do you do when you need to get as far away from work as possible?
I love my work. During the past 4 years there was only one day when I wasn't online. But as I can fully decide what to do with my time, I spend much time with my family and during the summer months, we move to another country and spend our daytime at the beach.
7. What do you like about the gambling industry?
It's easy to set up affiliate accounts (filling an online form is usually enough) and to start promoting gambling sites.
8. What don't you like about the gambling industry?
The sudden changing terms, in particular from large brands and revenue share programs. Affiliate agreements are really a pain. Often the affiliate programs don't give you the impression that you are a partner, but rather tolerated as long as they can make money through you.
9. What do you look for when you sign up with an affiliate program, and why?
It must be a brand that exists for a longer time and that it has at least an OK reputation in the affiliate community.
10. What's your favourite affiliate program to work with so far, and why?
A program that has a friendly, knowledgeable affiliate manager who keeps his promises and treats affiliates like long-term partners.