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/Jan/2014

Micro freerolls are a waste of time ......

By: Fugu123 @ 11:48 (EST) / 423 / Comment ( 4 )

Just further proof that micro freerolls are a waste of time, ......22 065 players entered , almost 6hrs of playing time , finished 64th,  cashed $6

The problem I have with this is not just the amount won for the time spent playing , but the complete lack of quality to the game played. If I was learning at the same time, it would be ok, but there is no learning in a micro freeroll, it is just a game of chicken.

No one has anything invested so there is no real fear of losing. This is not how poker is meant to be played. There needs to be some sort of risk/reward involved in the game. That is where you learn.

Micro freerolls are for messing around when you have nothing else to do, or if you are desperately low in the bankroll department.

DO NOT PLAY THESE AND THINK YOU ARE LEARNING ANYTHING, OR THAT YOU ARE A GOOD PLAYER IF YOU WIN ONE. YOU ARE ONLY FOOLING YOURSELF....

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