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Robin White (Eileen61)

/Feb/2012

vip points

By: Eileen61 @ 12:45 (EST) / 295 / Comment ( 0 )

I have been playing ring games since I started playing money games and have never gotten very many vip points.  With this new way of giving them out I am now making even less vip points.  I assume poker stars wants me to play more hands when I am in a ring game, but I do not play crap cards so I guess that I am never going to get much in the way of vip points.  I will probably play even fewer ring games now.

I also don't understand why in the .01-.02 cent games there are so many players that don't seem to be able to make a decision in a timely manner.  Every time I am at a table and I see the count down to the next milestone hand the rest of the players seem to play slower instead of faster.  At that rate any of the tables that I am a are never going to be in a milestone hand.

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