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/Jun/2013

Skill league scoring calculator

By: BEGR_Sasha @ 09:21 (EDT) / 539 / Comment ( 0 )

Don't you feel that when your league tourney starts, you play blind?

 

Once your skill league tournaments began, you may wonder:
* On which position you should make to ensure you at least get even and start to earn the league points.
* If you are already within the top 6.25% of the tourney, how many points will you gain, if another 10 players are busted out.
* If there are only 200 players remain, your stack is too short to stick around, should you shove with marginal hands?

Since you are already within the money or approaching to the money of the skill league leaderboard, it's no longer freeroll to you to play, any point of your score is a piece of your potential money. You earn it slowly, but you lose it quickly, especially when you are in the top of the list of the leaderboard.

http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/forum/showthread.php?51427-Skill-league-scoring-calculator-arrived

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