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Home Games

By: Belnik @ 08:31 (EST) / 128 / Comment ( 1 )

I am excited about the new Home Games feature, but I was hoping they would allow the creators to sponsor freerolls, and add a larger variety of tournament buy-ins and structures.  I currently have 10 members in my league all players that I know personally, but I was hoping it would grow more.  We've tried to have several games, but none have had enough players to actually get played.  Right now I am looking for some micro-low stakes players to play some $1.10 and $1.40 tournaments.  If you are interested in joining this league, please let me know, I have some higher stakes players, and once I get the group going good, we will have $1.10 - $11 tournaments regularly, and I will keep a few cash tables open that can be played on at anytime.  Once again, please contact me if you'd like to join, and I'll see you on the felt!

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