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/Oct/2010

PSO Idea for working people

By: Angus -SG- @ 10:29 (EDT) / 406 / Comment ( 4 )
I don't know about you, but I am unable to play in 5 tournaments a day like some of the top PSO players do.  I feel there should be a 1 or 2 tourney a day limit for the league.  If you happen to bust in 900th place that day, so be it.  Each tourney would be that much more important.  There is absolutely no way I can reach 1900+ points unless I make final table like every single tourney I am able to play in.  I think it could also eliminate a lot of the donk type moves people play because they won't be able to just play in the next tourney starting 2 hours later. 

The times of the tourneys should stay the same, but we should only be allowed to play in 1 or 2 per day... tops.  It would definitely help some of the better players in this league... who actually work for a living.

Thoughts?
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