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BadBeatSab's road to poker redemption.

/May/2013

30.5.13

By: BadBeatSab @ 05:54 (EDT) / 183 / Comment ( 0 )

I have played very little poker in the last few months by my usual standard, and i like it.  I think this will be the new normal for me. Very part time poker.

Anyways, first game in over a week last sunday saw me get a 3rd place in FTP rush $11 MTT.  Was a silly mistake of mine to exit in 3rd place but nevertheless $271 for a few hours was ok.

Very dissapointed with FTP prize pools now though. But I guess that cannot be helped, understandable as it is player pool dependant.

What I am more dissapointed with now though from Full Tilt Poker is the new MTT structures and games, regarding late rego(which runs way too long imo)

Also pretty much all the scheduled MTT on FTP that are non turbo have escelating blind level times.  I know this has been a feature of FTP for a long time, but does it have to be for every scheduled MTT?  Why cant they have a select group off MTT that only have 10 min blind levels from start to finish or 15 min levels. FTP seems to have every other feature in their tournaments.

Surely given that FTP is owned by Pokerstars they can employ some of the sucessful MTT structures from Pokerstars and have a variety of scheduled MTT blind structures. NOT EVERY SCHEDULED MTT NEEDS TO INCREASE TIMES OF BLIND LEVELS IMO.

Cheers. BBS.

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