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Remote poker

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by cerebus, Dec 5, 2009.

  1. cerebus

    cerebus Newbie

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    Hi please excuse my ignorance.

    If i want to be able to play poker with a german ip for example.

    what would i have to rent? would a vps or vpn allow me to conect to them and run the software on the foreign machine?

    or do i have to find someone who will rent me a remote access desktop?

    Thanks in advanced
     
  2. linkme

    linkme Regular Member

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    You idealy want a dediacted windows box located in germany if you want to run the software there. you can always just run the software localy and use a proxy or vpn.
    you could also find someone on here that would rent you a box with rdc

    so essentially .. yes all your suggestions would work :p + proxy
     
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  3. yarjar

    yarjar Junior Member

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    I'm intrigued, it never actually occurred to me to do this. How would you handle identification to the poker site? Or are the ones abroad more relaxed?
     
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    keinehabe Supreme Member

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    none of poker networks are '' relaxed '' with verification of customers ... but ... let's say will not ask you the ADN fingerprints and so on ... :) . Otherwise ... playing poker remotely it's quite easy just need some vps / dedi with windows installed , with some ram and video memory ... :) then ... start -> run -> mstsc .... you will figure yourself what you have to do from here :) ...