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    IMO

    do they really have a clue of what the hell there doing?,

    just take a look at the pso warm up now, all you need is 1525..hmmm

    in the 1800et theres 628 players.

    for six pay outs, l will pass on that, thank you.

    as for the changes to the league games, looks like its going to be a donk shovefest,

    but l will wait and see.

    maybe pso staff should play a month, just so he may have a clue to want this pso skill league
    is really,

    just a thought..............hiccup
    Poker Rule #1....Never listen to me...hiccup

    7 Time Bracelet Winner



  • #2
    I agree. no more warm up games for me. To many players for a small reward. Thats to much time to waste.
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    • #3
      all it took last month was 1525 also.

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      • #4
        Yeah eff Aqua's right was only 1525 from the jump. Sure as Hell alot more peeps jumping this month though to be sure.

        As far as the changes in the League go I have'nt played one yet but here's my take:

        Let's all think back to the moment for each of us when the lightbulb went off and we figured out exactly what type of style we were each going to have to adopt to be capable of getting out of this league what we wanted,and the requisite adjustments to our individual games that entailed.

        Compared to THAT adjustment period what it will take to deal with the tweaks that PSO has made here should'nt be that big a deal.

        I guess we'll see....................

        If playing under the new specs makes eff drink more what I'll recoup in my large shares of Labatt's and Crown Royal stock should more than compensate any declining residuals I see from PSO anyway.
        Last edited by fadmin; Wed Feb 02, 2011, 05:43 AM.

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        • #5
          It is incredible. The very first Warm-up Game had 177 players, the fewest I have ever seen. The game I am playing as I type this, has 628 players, the most ever. I'll play for the enjoyment, but I no longer hold out hopes of getting into the top six. This reminds me of the $90K daily satelites. In those, you face 40,000 players and 80 get a prize, a rate of 1 per 500 players. The Warm-up games are a shade better, 1 ticket per 120 - 130 players, roughly. They doubled the odds against you winning and that gives the donkeys a slight edge.

          If you consider the astrology freerolls, like Hubble, the winning odds are 1 in 125 players. (9,000 players divided by 72 tickets = 125) Congrats folks, we have a new freeroll astrology game.

          Here's hoping that in the near future, there will be a revision of the minimum score and we will reduce the number eligible back down to where the odds are more reasonable, say the previous 50 - 60 to 1 odds.

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          • #6
            there are 4674 that can play the warm ups this mo.

            last mo. it was 3918

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            • #7
              hmm

              Originally posted by Moxie Pip View Post
              Yeah eff Aqua's right was only 1525 from the jump. Sure as Hell alot more peeps jumping this month though to be sure.

              As far as the changes in the League go I have'nt played one yet but here's my take:

              Let's all think back to the moment for each of us when the lightbulb went off and we figured out exactly what type of style we were each going to have to adopt to be capapable of getting out of this league what we wanted,and the requisite adjustments to our individual games that entailed.

              Compared to THAT adjustment period what it will take to deal with the tweaks that PSO has made here should'nt be that big a deal.

              I guess we'll see....................

              If playing under the new specs makes eff drink more what I'll recoup in my large shares of Labatt's and Crown Royal stock should more than compensate any declining residuals I see from PSO anyway.

              l'm at the wait and see right now, but my fast guess is that it will be a shove fest.

              also mox....buy more stock

              cheers
              Poker Rule #1....Never listen to me...hiccup

              7 Time Bracelet Winner


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              • #8
                Originally posted by Cairn Destop View Post
                It is incredible. The very first Warm-up Game had 177 players, the fewest I have ever seen. The game I am playing as I type this, has 628 players, the most ever. I'll play for the enjoyment, but I no longer hold out hopes of getting into the top six. This reminds me of the $90K daily satelites. In those, you face 40,000 players and 80 get a prize, a rate of 1 per 500 players. The Warm-up games are a shade better, 1 ticket per 120 - 130 players, roughly. They doubled the odds against you winning and that gives the donkeys a slight edge.

                If you consider the astrology freerolls, like Hubble, the winning odds are 1 in 125 players. (9,000 players divided by 72 tickets = 125) Congrats folks, we have a new freeroll astrology game.

                Here's hoping that in the near future, there will be a revision of the minimum score and we will reduce the number eligible back down to where the odds are more reasonable, say the previous 50 - 60 to 1 odds.
                when the first one started today alot of people did not have there tickets in time to get in

                good luck

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