Here is the answer from the support
"Thank you for contacting GGPoker Support.
Unfortunately France & Czech Republic is not an eligible region to travel to play GGPoker.
As a general rule, if the GGPoker software can be accessed from a player's country of residence, then they can play at GGPoker without any issues.
Although unfortunately France & Czech Republic cannot be selected at registration, provided your account is fully verified from an eligible country and accessible at the IP-level, you won't be further impeded from the cashier or poker games, and can deposit and play as normal."
Aug. 1, 2021 | 3:07 p.m.
I know GGpoker is forbidden in most european countries, but if I already have an account registered in an authorized country and go to Europe for holidays (France or Czech Republic for example), can I access the network, or my IP will be detected and I'll be declined the access?
July 31, 2021 | 8 p.m.
I've been asking myself the same question lately. How many times do you buy in early, and end-up looking at a player who just registered 2min ago and already doubled up with now 40BB, meanwhile you are struggling since the last 2 hours and got only 15 / 25bb left?
I consider myself good at playing short stack, and like you thetiburon, I bought again recently into some tournaments in late registration, and ended scoring them. So I keep trying these days, early registration and late registration, let's see how it goes. But I've been asking myself, is there any data which already exist on this topic? What do some pros consider about this?
Because there is also another point to consider: the time spended at the tables. I play around 200h per month, and late registration helps me to reduce that, and so I can organize my sessions differently. Of course if it's in my interest to start early, I'll do it. But I wonder..